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NHS hospital worker, 41, dies from coronavirus after catching it while working on the wards 

An NHS hospital worker was described as having a ‘heart of gold’ after health chiefs announced she had died from coronavirus.

Healthcare assistant Jenelyn Carter, 41, had been working on the wards of Morriston Hospital in Swansea when she contracted Covid-19.

Philippines-born Jenelyn, of Ammanford, South Wales, was treated by her own colleagues after being admitted for the virus but died.

Tributes have been paid to a nurse with a 'heart of gold' after she died from Coronavirus

Tributes have been paid to a nurse with a 'heart of gold' after she died from Coronavirus

Tributes have been paid to a nurse with a ‘heart of gold’ after she died from Coronavirus

Mark Madams, Morriston Hospital's nurse director said: 'Jenelyn would go the extra mile for anyone, and was a lovely caring person inside and out, with a heart of gold'

Mark Madams, Morriston Hospital's nurse director said: 'Jenelyn would go the extra mile for anyone, and was a lovely caring person inside and out, with a heart of gold'

Mark Madams, Morriston Hospital’s nurse director said: ‘Jenelyn would go the extra mile for anyone, and was a lovely caring person inside and out, with a heart of gold’

Her employers Swansea Bay University Health Board announced her death saying she was ‘well loved’ by patients and colleagues.

A spokeswoman said: ‘We are deeply saddened to report that one of our healthcare assistants who was being treated for COVID-19 has died.

‘Jenelyn Carter worked on the admissions ward at Morriston Hospital and was well loved by all her colleagues and patients.’

Tributes have been paid to Morriston Hospital Nurse Jenelyn Carter who was well loved by all her colleagues and patients died after being treated for Covid19

Mark Madams, Morriston Hospital's nurse director said: 'Jenelyn would go the extra mile for anyone, and was a lovely caring person inside and out, with a heart of gold'

Mark Madams, Morriston Hospital's nurse director said: 'Jenelyn would go the extra mile for anyone, and was a lovely caring person inside and out, with a heart of gold'

Mark Madams, Morriston Hospital’s nurse director said: ‘Jenelyn would go the extra mile for anyone, and was a lovely caring person inside and out, with a heart of gold’

Mark Madams, Morriston Hospital’s nurse director said: ‘Jenelyn would go the extra mile for anyone, and was a lovely caring person inside and out, with a heart of gold.

‘We are devastated by her death and offer our sincere condolences to her family and friends.’ 

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