Hundreds line streets to pay tribute to NHS doctor who died from virus

____________________________________________________  More on coronavirus: ____________________________________________________ Streets were lined with well-wishers, some of whom were in tears, as the hearse approached the Garden City Medical Centre, where Dr Al-Dubbaisi worked. Dr Jeff Schryer, a local GP and chairman of the NHS Bury clinical commissioning group, said: “Dr Al-Dubbaisi cared for generations of the same families from his practice in Holcombe Brook for many years, he will be sorely missed by his work family and patients.” Dr Al-Dubbaisi also worked at Bardoc, an out-of-hours healthcare service for local communities. Gallery: Heroes of the coronavirus pandemic (Photos) Since the beginning of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, doctors, nurses and paramedics have been working round the clock while risking their lives, along with many unsung heroes such as the grocery store workers, truck drivers and workers in the sanitation department. Kids offer free lunch to a truck driver at a rest area in Sacaton, Arizona, U.S., on March 31. Medical staff conduct health screening for homeless people on Day 2 of the national lockdown at the Durban Exhibition Centre in South Africa on March 28. A priest makes the cross sign while holding a confession in the church's parking lot while maintaining a safe distance, in Bowie, Maryland, U.S., on March 20. Engineers at Rice University work to create a low-cost ventilator that could be used to treat coronavirus patients, in Houston, Texas, U.S., on March 29. The theatre company has joined the broad movement of institutions and volunteers who responded to the call of making urgently needed protection masks.