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A funeral voucher for an NHS worker who died at Covid-19 stopped outside the hospital where she was working.

Jane Murphy, 73, who worked as a clinical support worker at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, died on April 16 from coronavirus.

The funeral of & # 39; the beloved & # 39; The mother-of-two took place this morning at the Mortonhall Crematorium of Edinburgh.

Lovely known as & # 39; Ma Murphy & # 39 ;, Jane's coffin was transported from Lime Grove in Mayfield, Edinburgh to the A&E Department of & # 39; e Criminal, to give staff the opportunity to honor their last respect. payment.

NHS worker Jane Murphy's funeral service arrives Thursday at the Accident and Emergency Department at the Royal Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

Hospital workers and staff are applauding as they pay homage to the 73-year-old, who died on April 16

Hospital workers and staff are applauding as they pay homage to the 73-year-old, who died on April 16

Friends, colleagues and staff of the hospital look and applaud as flowers are placed in Murphy's hearse

Friends, colleagues and staff of the hospital look and applaud as flowers are placed in Murphy's hearse

For the past six years, her son Stephen Murphy has also worked as a clinical support worker at A&E, and sometimes crossed over with his mother on the job.

He and his brother Brian, both raised in Mayfield and still living there, paid tribute to their mother.

Murphy (pictured), who worked as a clinical support worker at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh and became affectionately known to colleagues & # 39; s & # 39; Ma Murphy & # 39;, died on April 16 at Covid 19

Murphy (pictured), who worked as a clinical support worker at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh and became affectionately known to colleagues & # 39; s & # 39; Ma Murphy & # 39;, died on April 16 at Covid 19

The brothers said: & # 39; You were taken too quickly and too fast.

& # 39; You were not alone, we were at your bedside until your last breath.

& # 39; We miss you and will never forget you.

& # 39; Rest In Peace mother much love. & # 39;

It is thought a garden bench may be set up to honor Jane & # 39; s memory, but plans have not yet been confirmed.

Janice Alexander, director of the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, said: & # 39; Jane was an exceptionally well respected and experienced colleague at the Royal Infirmary, which will be missed by many.

& # 39; From everyone on & # 39; e site, and across the high NHS Lothian, I want to extend our heartfelt thoughts and wishes to Jane & # 39; s family at this difficult time. & # 39;

NHS worker Neil Murray said: & # 39; I have worked with Jane for five years, she was friendly, caring and had a great sense of fun.

& # 39; She will be sorely missed. & # 39;

Saxophonist Trav Saxingh shared a video of him playing a song in remembrance of & # 39; dedicated NHS hero.

He said, & # 39; She was a carpenter and a beloved staff.

& # 39; She continued to work and refused to retire from & # 39; e NHS and she had been there as a mentor for nurses and doctors who are now consultants and counselors and nurses for seniors.

NHS staff stand outside the Accident and Emergency Department at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary to pay homage

NHS staff stand outside the Accident and Emergency Department at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary to pay homage

NHS staff comfort and comfort each other after the funeral permit Thursday morning the A&E passed in Edinburgh

NHS staff comfort and comfort each other after the funeral permit Thursday morning the A&E passed in Edinburgh

In Skegness, Lincs, an honor guard was formed to hear from a retired secretary, Jeannette Field, who also lost her life after contracting the coronavirus.

Field, 71, died of Covid-19 while her husband Robert, 70, sat in a coma after she was also hit by the deadly virus.

The retired NHS secretary devoted her very professional life to health care and helped raise thousands to buy a scanner to help lung and heart patients.

Tragically, while her husband Robert died in a coma for his life, Jeanette was hit with the virus and died on April 4.

Robert remains in the hospital and was unable to attend his wife's funeral on Monday, April 27 so his family filmed the ceremony.

The video shows the couple's neighbors not forming an honor guard when the hearse arrived at their home in Skegness, Lincs.

Neighborhood residents commemorate their respect as the guy makes his way through the streets of Skegness with Jeannette Field

Neighborhood residents commemorate their respect as the guy makes his way through the streets of Skegness with Jeannette Field

Jeanette, 71, was hit with the virus and died on April 4, while her husband Robert fought for his life in a coma

Jeanette, 71, was hit with the virus and died on April 4, while her husband Robert fought for his life in a coma

Order of service books were made available to neighbors and flower petals were distributed along the borders.

After a few minutes, while neighbors, family and friends expressed their respect, the hearse moved off as a lonely trumpet piece titled & # 39; a Silencio & # 39; was played by her friend Stephen Walker.

Jeanette & # 39; s daughter-in-law Lisa Field said: & # 39; Jeannette was a selfless and caring woman who devoted most of her life to the NHS.

& # 39; She worked for over 25 years, worked her way up to sister department and was occasionally in charge of two departments at The Manor Hospital and George Eliot Hospital in Nuneaton.

& # 39; When her husband, Robert Field, of 28, was moved to Skegness on business, they decided to stay and made the resort their home.

Sadly, Robert Covid-19 contracted on Friday, March 27 and was taken directly to

Pilgrim, but within 12 hours his health deteriorated and he was put in an induced coma and ventilated.

& # 39; Jeannette was very concerned about Robert and was even told that he fought for his life on a few occasions.

& # 39; Eight days after Robert's own fight began with Covid, who kept him in a coma for almost four weeks, his beloved wife Jeannette had died at home from the terrible virus.

Field's neighbors and friends line the streets to applaud the remembrance of a retired NHS secretary Thursday morning

Field's neighbors and friends line the streets to applaud the remembrance of a retired NHS secretary Thursday morning

Friends and neighbors mourn each other as they say goodbye to a retired NHS secretary on Thursday

Friends and neighbors mourn each other as they say goodbye to a retired NHS secretary on Thursday

& # 39; Robert is now out of danger and making positive steps toward a full recovery and, when he was once strong enough, he was told by his daughter Sarah that Jeannette had died. He is passionate. & # 39;

Jeanette worked for more than ten years as secretary to Dr Cyril Nyman, a heart specialist at Pilgrim Hospital in Boston, Lincs.

He described Jeannette as & # 39; an incredible woman & # 39; and together, they have raised thousands to buy a scanner to help heart and lung patients.

The family has now written to their local MP to lobby Parliament to ensure GP surgeons and funeral directors have sufficient PPE.

Lisa said, & # 39; The family believes this is the continuing legacy of & # 39; a proactive measure that Jeannette took in her own career as a servicewoman of the NHS. & # 39;

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