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List of deaths from the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic

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This is a list of notable people who died from coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), as a result of infection by the virus SARS-CoV-2 that spread during the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic.

List of deaths in 2020

Date of death Country of death Name Nationality Age Notes
January 25 China (Wuhan) Liang Wudong Chinese 60 Doctor, first death due to hospital-acquired infection[1]
January 26 China (Wuhan) Wang Xianliang Chinese 62 Former chief of Ethnic and Religious Affairs Commission of Wuhan[2]
January 27 China (Wuhan) Yang Xiaobo Chinese 57 Former mayor of Huangshi[3]
January 31 China (Wuhan) Wen Zengxian Chinese 68 Former Deputy director-general of the Civil Affairs Department of Hubei Province[4]
February 6 China (Wuhan) Qiu Jun Chinese 72 Bodybuilder[5]
February 7 China (Wuhan) Hong Ling Chinese 53 Geneticist, professor[6]
February 7 China (Wuhan) Li Wenliang Chinese 33 Ophthalmologist, the first person to warn about the outbreak[7]
February 10 China (Wuhan) Lin Zhengbin Chinese 62 Organ transplantation expert[8]
February 13 China (Wuhan) Liu Shouxiang Chinese 61 Watercolor painter and professor[9]
February 14 China (Wuhan) Liu Fan Chinese 59 Deputy Chief Nurse of Wuchang Hospital[10]
February 15 China (Wuhan) Duan Zhengcheng Chinese 85 Industrial engineer and inventor[11]
February 27 Iran (Tehran) Hadi Khosroshahi Iranian 81 Cleric and diplomat, former Ambassador to the Vatican[12]
March 2 Iran (Tehran) Mohammad Mirmohammadi Iranian 71 Senior adviser to Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei[13]
March 5 Iran (Tehran) Hossein Sheikholeslam Iranian 67 Politician and diplomat[14]
March 7 Iran (Langarud) Reza Mohammadi Langroudi Iranian 91 Ayatollah[15]
March 7 Iran (Tehran) Fatemeh Rahbar Iranian 55/56 Member of Parliament[16]
March 9 Italy (Treviso) Italo De Zan Italian 94 Cyclist[17]
March 9 South Korea (Daegu) Lee Cha-su South Korean 62 Politician and activist[18]
March 9 Iran (Tehran) Mohammad-Reza Rahchamani Iranian 67 Member of Parliament[19]
March 10 Iran (Tehran) Mohammad Kiavash Iranian 89 Politician[20]
March 10 Spain (Madrid) Marcelo Peralta Argentinan 59 Saxophonist and teacher[21]
March 12 Italy (Asti) Giovanni Battista Rabino Italian 88 Former member of Parliament[22]
March 13 Iran Nasser Shabani Iranian General, senior commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps[23]
March 14 Italy (Milan) Piero Schlesinger Italian 89 Jurist and banker[24]
March 15 Italy (Milan) Vittorio Gregotti Italian 92 Architect[25]
March 15 Turkey (Üsküdar) Aytaç Yalman Turkish 79 General, former Commander of the Turkish Army[26]
March 16 France (Ajaccio) Nicolas Alfonsi French 83 Politician and lawyer, former Member of Senate and Mayor of Piana[27]
March 16 Italy (Crema) Sergio Bassi Italian 69 Folk singer-songwriter[28]
March 16 Iran (Qom) Hashem Bathaie Golpayegani Iranian 78/79 Cleric and Member of Assembly of Experts[29]
March 16 Italy (Mestre) Francesco Saverio Pavone Italian 75 Magistrate[30]
March 16 Iran (Tehran) Fariborz Raisdana Iranian 71/72 Economist and professor[31]
March 17 United States (Seattle) Stephen Schwartz American 78 Pathologist[32]
March 18 Burkina Faso (Ouagadougou) Rose Marie Compaoré Burkinabé 61 2nd Vice President of the National Assembly of Burkina Faso[33]
March 18 Italy (Carrara) Luciano Federici Italian 81 Footballer[34]
March 18 France Jean Leber French 80/81 Violinist[35]
March 18 France (Paris) Henri Richelet French 75 Painter[36]
March 18 United States (Scarsdale) Sérgio Trindade Brazilian 79 Chemical engineer and researcher, member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change[37]
March 19 Italy (Bergamo) Innocenzo Donina Italian 69 Footballer[38]
March 19 Iran (Tehran) Hamid Kahram Iranian 61/62 Politician and veterinarian[39]
March 19 France (Paris) Aurlus Mabélé Congolese 66 Musician and composer[40]
March 19 Italy (Fidenza) Antonio Michele Stanca Italian 77 Geneticist[41]
March 20 Spain (Madrid) Carlos Falcó Spanish 83 Grandee of Spain, socialite and entrepreneur[42]
March 20 France (Paris) Jacques Oudin French 80 Former senator[43]
March 20 Italy (Vicenza) Marino Quaresimin Italian 82 Politician[44]
March 21 Philippines (Manila) Aileen Baviera Filipino 60 Political scientist and sinologist[45]
March 21 Spain Vicenç Capdevila Spanish 83 Former Mayor of L'Hospitalet de Llobregat and former Deputy[46]
March 21 France (Paris) Marguerite Aucouturier French 87 Psychoanalyst[47]
March 21 France (Lille) Jean-Jacques Razafindranazy French 68 Doctor[48]
March 21 Spain (Madrid) Lorenzo Sanz Spanish 76 Businessman, former president of Real Madrid[49]
March 22 Spain (Barcelona) Germà Colón Spanish 91 Philologist[50]
March 22 Spain (Alicante) Benito Joanet Spanish 84 Footballer and coach[51]
March 22 Spain (Ciudad Real) José María Loizaga Viguri Spanish 83 Businessman[52]
March 22 United States (New York) Mike Longo American 83 Jazz pianist, composer, author[53]
March 23 United States (Craryville) Maurice Berger American 63 Art curator and professor[54]
March 23 Spain (Segovia) Lucia Bosè Italian 89 Italian neorealism actress, Miss Italia 1947[55]
March 23 Spain (Madrid) José Folgado Spanish 75 Businessman, economist and politician[56]
March 23 United Kingdom Paul Karslake British 65 Artist[57]
March 23 Zimbabwe (Harare) Zororo Makamba Zimbabwean 30 Journalist
March 23 Pakistan (Gilgit) Usama Riaz Pakistani 26 Medical doctor[58]
March 23 Italy (Syracuse) Calogero Rizzuto Italian 65 Architect and historic preservationist[59]
March 23 United States (Schenectady) Walter Robb American 91 Engineer, executive, and philanthropist[60]
March 23 France (Clamart) Lucien Sève French 93 Philosopher and political activist[61]
March 23[a] United Kingdom William Stern British 84 Businessman, survivor of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp[62]
March 23 United States (New York) Nashom Wooden American 50 Performance artist[63]
March 24 Italy (Genoa) Lorenzo Acquarone Italian 89 Lawyer and politician and MP [64]
March 24 France (Melun) Manu Dibango Cameroonian 86 Saxophonist and songwriter[65]
March 24 Hungary (Budapest) Steven Dick British 37 Diplomat[66][67]
March 24 United Kingdom (London) Mohamed Farah Somali 59 Footballer[68]
March 24 United States (Ridgewood) Alan Finder American 72 Journalist[69]
March 24 United States (Sarasota) Terrence McNally American 81 Playwright and screenwriter[70]
March 24 France (Paris) John F. Murray American 93 Pulmonologist[71]
March 24 Dominican Republic (Santo Domingo) Jenny Polanco Dominican 62 Fashion designer[72][73]
March 25 Netherlands (Tilburg) Harry Aarts Dutch 90 Politician, former member of the House of Representatives[74]
March 25 Italy (Santa Maria Nuova) Danilo Barozzi Italian 92 Cyclist[75]
March 25 United States (New York) Mark Blum American 69 Actor[76]
March 25 United States (Montclair) Floyd Cardoz American 59 Chef and television personality[77]
March 25 Brazil (São Paulo) Martinho Lutero Galati Brazilian 66 Conductor[78]
March 25 France (Paris) Paul Goma Romanian 84 Political dissident and writer[79]
March 25 Italy (Milan) Detto Mariano Italian 82 Musician and composer[80]
March 25 Italy (Brescia) Angelo Moreschi Italian 67 Apostolic Vicar of Gambella[81]
March 26 Philippines (Manila) Menggie Cobarrubias Filipino 66 Actor[82]
March 26 Sweden Olle Holmquist Swedish 83 Trombonist[83]
March 26 France (Paris) María Teresa of Bourbon-Parma Spanish 86 Princess, activist and political sociologist[84]
March 26 Brazil (São Paulo) Naomi Munakata Brazilian 64 Conductor[85]
March 26 Italy (Lucca) Luigi Roni Italian 78 Singer[86]
March 26 United States (New York) Michael Sorkin American 71 Architect, critic[87]
March 26 United Kingdom (Rutherglen) Hamish Wilson British 77 Actor[88]
March 27 Brazil (Rio de Janeiro) Daniel Azulay Brazilian 72 Comic book artist[89]
March 27 Spain (Logroño) Jesús Gayoso Rey Spanish 48 Civil Guard Lieutenant colonel and head of GAR[90]
March 27 United States (Dallas) Orlando McDaniel American 59 American football player[91]
March 27 United States (Rockport) Michael McKinnell American 84 Architect[92]
March 28 Sweden (Stockholm) Kerstin Behrendtz Swedish 69 Radio broadcaster[93]
March 28 Spain Chato Galante Spanish 71 Activist and former political prisoner[94]
March 28 Uruguay (Montevideo) Rodolfo González Rissotto Uruguayan 70 Politician[95]
March 28 United States (Great Neck) William B. Helmreich American 74 Sociologist, Professor[96][97]
March 28 United States Pearson Jordan Barbadian 69 Sprinter[98][99]
March 28 United Kingdom (London) Azam Khan Pakistani 93 Squash player[100]
March 28 France (Paris) Michel Tibon-Cornillot French Philosopher and anthropologist[101]
March 28 United States William Wolf American 94 Film and theater critic[102]
March 29 United States (New York) Peg Broadbent British 56 CFO of Jefferies Group[103]
March 29 Spain (Madrid) José Luis Capón Spanish 72 Football player[104]
March 29 France (Paris) Patrick Devedjian French 75 President of Hauts-de-Seine, former government minister[105]
March 29 United States (Nashville) Joe Diffie American 61 Country singer[106]
March 29 United States (Salt Lake City) Robert H. Garff American 78 Businessman and former Speaker of the Utah House of Representatives[107]
March 29 United States (New York) Maria Mercader American 54 Television news producer and journalist[108]
March 29 United States (New York) Alan Merrill American 69 Lead singer of Arrows and songwriter[109]
March 29 France (Angers) Francis Rapp French 93 Medievalist historian[110]
March 29 Italy (Ponte San Pietro) Angelo Rottoli Italian 61 Boxer[111]
March 29 Japan (Tokyo) Ken Shimura Japanese 70 Comedian[112]
March 29 France (Villeneuve-Saint-Georges) Henri Tincq French 74 Journalist[113]
March 30 United States (New York) Lorena Borjas Mexican 59 Transgender and immigrant rights activist[114]
March 30 United States (New York) James T. Goodrich American 73 Neurosurgeon[115]
March 30 United Kingdom David Hodgkiss British 71 Chairman of Lancashire County Cricket Club[116]
March 30 Serbia (Belgrade) Milutin Knežević Serbian 71 Serbian Orthodox bishop[117]
March 30 France (Neuilly) Joachim Yhombi-Opango Congolese 81 Former President and Prime Minister of the Republic of Congo[118]
March 31 Belarus (Vitebsk) Viktar Dashkevich Belarusian 75 Stage actor[119]
March 31 Senegal (Dakar) Pape Diouf Senegalese 68 Journalist, former president of Olympique de Marseille[120][121]
March 31 France (Strasbourg) Rafael Gómez Nieto Spanish 99 Soldier, last surviving member of La Nueve.[122]
March 31 United Kingdom (Glasgow) James Gordon British 83 Businessman and politician, founder of Radio Clyde, member of the House of Lords[123]
March 31 United Kingdom (London) Andrew Jack British 76 Dialect coach and actor[124]
March 31 United States Cristina Monet-Palaci American 64 Musician[125]
March 31 Sweden (Stockholm) Tomas Oneborg Swedish 62 Photographer[126]
March 31 South Africa (Umhlanga) Gita Ramjee South African 63 HIV prevention researcher[127]
March 31 United States (New York) Wallace Roney American 59 Jazz trumpeter[128]
March 31 United Kingdom Peter J. N. Sinclair British 73 Economist[129]
March 31 Spain Daniel Yuste Spanish 75 Cyclist[130]
March 31 United States (Los Angeles) Julie Bennett American 88 Voice actor[131]
April 1 Serbia (Belgrade) Branislav Blažić Serbian 63 Surgeon and politician, former Minister of Environmental Protection[132]
April 1 United States (Hyattsville) David C. Driskell American 88 Visual artist and academic[133]
April 1 United States (Greenwich) Kevin Duffy American 87 Former judge for the U.S. District Court for Southern New York[134]
April 1 Bernard Epin French 83 Writer and literary critic[135]
April 1 United Kingdom (London) Nur Hassan Hussein Somali 83 Former Prime Minister of Somalia[136]
April 1 United States (New Orleans) Ellis Marsalis Jr. American 85 Jazz pianist[137]
April 1 United States (Poughkeepsie) Adam Schlesinger American 52 Songwriter, member of Fountains of Wayne[138][139][140]
April 1 United States (Saddle River) Bucky Pizzarelli American 94 Jazz guitarist[141]
April 2 Spain (Madrid) Goyo Benito Spanish 73 Footballer[142]
April 2 United States (New York) Patricia Bosworth American 86 Actress and author[143]
April 2 Lebanon (Beirut) Bernardita Catalla Filipino 62 Philippine ambassador to Lebanon[144]
April 2 Italy (Romano di Lombardia) Zaccaria Cometti Italian 83 Footballer[145]
April 2 Argentina (Mendoza) Juan Giménez Argentine 76 Comic book artist and illustrator [146][147]
April 2 United Kingdom (Bristol) Eddie Large British 78 Comedian[148][149]
April 2 United States Aaron Rubashkin American 92 Businessman[150][151]
April 2 India (Amritsar) Nirmal Singh Khalsa Indian 67 Singer, Ragi of Darbar Sahib[152]
April 2 France (Lens) Arnold Sowinski French 89 Footballer[153]
April 3 United States (Sioux Falls) Bob Glanzer American 74 Politician, member of the South Dakota House of Representatives[154]
April 3 Spain (Madrid) Francisco Hernando Contreras Spanish 74 Housing developer[155]
April 3 Ecuador (Guayaquil) Rodrigo Pesántez Rodas Ecuadorian 82 Writer and poet[156]
April 3 United Kingdom (London) Tim Robinson British 85 Writer and cartographer[157]
April 3 Italy (Cesena) Sergio Rossi Italian 84 Shoe designer[158]
April 3 United States Arlene Stringer-Cuevas American 86 Former member of the New York City Council[159]
April 4 Jay Benedict American 68 Actor[160]
April 4 Belgium (Brussels) Philippe Bodson Belgian 75 Businessman and politician[161]
April 4 United States (Shelter Island) Forrest Compton American 94 Actor[162]
April 4 Brazil (São Paulo) Florindo Corral Brazilian 70 Businessman[163]
April 4 United States (New Orleans) Tom Dempsey American 73 American football placekicker[164]
April 4 France (Paris) Xavier Dor French 91 Embryologist and anti-abortion activist[165]
April 4 United States (New York) Muhammad Sirajul Islam Bangladeshi 77 Former member of parliament[166]
April 4 France (Paris) Marcel Moreau Belgian 86 Writer[167]
April 4 United Kingdom (Bath) Alexander Thynn British 87 Aristocrat, 7th Marquess of Bath[168]
April 5 Egypt (Cairo) Mahmoud Jibril Libyan 67 Politician, formerly acting Prime Minister[169]
April 5 United Kingdom (London) John Laws British 74 Former Lord Justice of Appeal[170]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Death announced on this date

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