A doctor who died after contracting Covid-19 “touched a lot of lives” helping people, his brother has said. Dr Irfan Halim, 45, who worked at Swindon’s Great Western Hospital, was taken ill on 10 September after collapsing on a coronavirus ward where he was working. The father-of-four died nine weeks later, not knowing that his father had also died in September. Amir Halim told the BBC he would make sure his brother’s children knew “what an amazing person he was”. Paying tribute to him, he said: “He was always very happy, very energetic. Till the day he passed a week ago he was exactly the same.”

Source: BBC

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