Devi Nurjandoa is a 58-year-old rehabilitation therapist and nurse who has worked in the NHS for more than 15 years.

The mother-of-two, who was born in Mauritius and lives in south London, caught Covid at the beginning of April. She spent almost two months in hospital.

She is acutely aware from personal experience and many reports, that people from ethnic minorities are at greater risk of being exposed to the virus, linked to the jobs they do as well as where they live.

But she says if people from these backgrounds stopped working, her department and much of the hospital would probably grind to a halt.