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Prime Minister pays tribute to frontline workers who have died from Covid-19

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Prime Minister pays tribute to frontline workers who have died from Covid-19

Prime Minister pays tribute to frontline workers who have died from Covid-19

Boris Johnson pays tribute to Belly Mujinga, a railway ticket office worker who died with coronavirus after being spat at while on duty.

The PM said the deaths of 144 NHS workers and 131 social care staff have been reported as involving Covid-19.


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