In Pictures: Nation pays tribute to fallen key workers

People across the UK have fallen silent to remember key workers who have lost their lives during the coronavirus pandemic.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson stood alongside Cabinet Secretary Mark Sedwill and Chancellor Rishi Sunak to observe the silence at 10 Downing Street
Prime Minister Boris Johnson stood alongside Cabinet Secretary Mark Sedwill and Chancellor Rishi Sunak to observe the silence at 10 Downing Street (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
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Staff members fell silent outside the Royal Derby Hospital (Jacob King/PA)
Coronavirus – Tue Apr 28, 2020
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon stood outside St Andrew’s House in Edinburgh to observe the silence (Jane Barlow/PA)
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Staff outside Salford Royal Hospital in Manchester (Peter Byrne/PA)
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Emotional scenes at Salford Royal (Peter Byrne/PA)
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Shoppers queued in the rain outside Costco in Thurrock during the minute’s silence (Gareth Fuller/PA)
Coronavirus – Tue Apr 28, 2020
Staff observed the silence at Camberwell bus depot in London (Dominic Lipinski/PA)

At Windsor Castle silence fell under the arches of the Guardroom as Guardsman from Nijmegen Company stood to pay their respects. #neverforgotten#minutesilencepic.twitter.com/DDSvr7ec28

— The Grenadier Guards (@GrenadierGds) April 28, 2020

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