Ruth May, England’s chief nurse paid a tribute to the two nurses who lost their lives to coronavirus by mentioning them in her emotional speech to the people of the UK. In a video message, Ruth urged the people to stay inside for Aimee and Areema, the two frontline nurses who died after contracting COVID-19 while at their jobs, serving other patients infected with the deadly virus. Also Read - Delhi Police' Head Constable Gets Heart-Warming Letter From 8-Year-Old Daughter, Viral Message Will Move You to Tears

In a viral video speech, the chief nurse asked the people to stay at home for those two corona heroes who sacrificed their lives because of them. She mentioned that the weather during the weekend is going to be pleasantly warm attracting people to come and enjoy it outside their houses. But, they should limit themselves between the walls of their houses and follow the lockdown. “I ask to remember Aimee and Areema. Please stay at home for them. They were one of us, they were one of my profession, of the NHS family. I worry that there’s going to be more and I want to honour them today and recognise their service,” Ruth said in the video. Also Read - Invoking Power of 9: Viral Messages Claim PM Modi is 'Lighting Energy of Planet' With Diyas to Fight COVID-19



Aimee O’Rourke, 39, died on Thursday night at the QEQM Hospital in Margate, Kent after she was diagnosed with fatal lung disease two weeks back. Another nurse, Areema Nasreen, 36, died the same night after a few hours in the ICU at Walsall Manor Hospital in West Midlands where she had been working.

Both the nurses were ranked highly in their jobs and had friends and relatives mourning the death. The UK death toll due to the coronavirus has risen to over 3600 with more than 38,000 people infected with the virus.