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Funeral Directors James Collier and David Bell wearing mask and gloves transport the coffin of care worker Janet Livingston, 60, who died of COVID-19, at Emslie S. Collier and Son Funeral Directors in Montrose, east Scotland on May 4, 2020, to be loaded into the hearse and driven to the crematorium for the funeral service. - Janet Livingston, a 60-year-old care worker, fell ill nearly three weeks ago after she returned home from a shift at a care home where three people had been infected with COVID-19. Despite initially testing negative for the virus she developed a high fever of 39 degrees and difficulty breathing. She died of COVID-19 in hospital with her 25-year-old son Jamie at her side. Jamie then had to go directly home to self-isolate for two weeks at his home in the coastal village called Ferryden in east Scotland, emerging to attend Janet's funeral on May 4, 2020. (Photo by Andy Buchanan / AFP) / AFP PHOTO ESSAY BY ANDY BUCHANAN
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