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Liz Glanister was a “long-serving” nurse at a Liverpool hospital has died after testing positive for COVID-19.
Staff nurse at Aintree University Hospital Liz Glanister died on Friday, the trust which runs it said.
Dianne Brown, chief nurse at Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, said it was with “great sadness” to confirm Ms Glanister had died.
She added she would be “sadly missed by all those who knew and worked with her”.
Ms Brown said in a statement: “It is with great sadness that I can confirm that Liz Glanister, a long-serving staff nurse at Aintree University Hospital, sadly passed away at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital on Friday after being tested positive for Covid-19.
“All our thoughts are with Liz’s family at this time and we offer them our sincere condolences.
“Liz will be sadly missed by all those who knew and worked with her.”
Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson paid tribute to Ms Glanister, tweeting: “Our deepest sympathy goes to family and friends and shows again the dangers and sacrifice our health workers are making daily.”
So sad to hear the news that Staff Nurse Liz Glanister from Aintree Hospital has died on Friday after testing positive and suffering from Covid-19 Our deepest sympathy goes to family and friends & shows again the dangers and sacrifice our health workers are making daily #RIPLIZ
“All our thoughts are with Liz’s family at this time and we offer them our sincere condolences. Liz will be sadly missed by all those who knew and worked with her.”
Coventry’s family paid tribute to her as a “very well-respected midwife”, adding: “Our hearts are broken at the loss of our loving, wonderful and caring mum, sister, daughter and grandmother. We each know how much she loved and cherished us. Her love for us all was unfailing and her strength in the way she cared and supported us will fill our memories.”
Coventry’s family said she had trained as a midwife later in life to “follow her dream”. She “saw the midwifery team at the Princess Alexandra hospital as her other family”, the family statement said, noting how proud she was of her work. She had worked at the hospital for a decade.