List of deaths due to COVID-19

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

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List of deaths in 2020

Notable people who have died from COVID-19 infection in 2020
DateNameAgeNotesPlace of deathRef(s)
25 January Liang Wudong 60Doctor of Otorhinolaryngology (first death due to hospital-acquired infection)China (Wuhan) [1]
26 January Wang Xianliang 62Director of the Ethnic and Religious Affairs Commission of Wuhan (2012–2017)China (Wuhan) [2]
27 January Yang Xiaobo 57Mayor of Huangshi (2009–2014) & Delegate to the National People's Congress (2013–2018)China (Wuhan) [3]
6 February Qiu Jun 72BodybuilderChina (Wuhan) [4]
7 February Hong Ling 53Professor of Genetics at Huazhong University of Science and Technology China (Wuhan) [5]
7 February Li Wenliang 33Doctor of Ophthalmology at Central Hospital of Wuhan (whistleblower of the COVID-19 outbreak in Wuhan)China (Wuhan) [6]
10 February Lin Zhengbin 62Doctor of Organ transplantation China (Wuhan) [7]
13 February Liu Shouxiang 61Professor of Watercolor painting at Hubei Institute of Fine Arts China (Wuhan) [8]
14 February Liu Fan 59Deputy Chief Nurse of Wuchang HospitalChina (Wuhan) [9]
15 February Duan Zhengcheng 85Professor of Industrial Engineering at Huazhong University of Science and Technology and Academian of the Chinese Academy of Engineering China (Wuhan) [10]
19 February Ke Huibing 41Professor of Management Science at Huazhong University of Science and TechnologyChina (Wuhan) [11]
27 February81Iranian Ambassador to the Vatican (1981–1986)Iran (Tehran) [12]
29 February56Member of the Islamic Consultative Assembly (2020)Iran (Rasht) [13]
2 March71Member of the Expediency Discernment Council (2018–2020) & Vice President of Iran (1994–1998)Iran (Tehran) [14]
5 March67Member of the Islamic Consultative Assembly (2004–2008) and Iranian Ambassador to Syria (1998–2003)Iran (Tehran) [15]
7 March91 Ayatollah Iran (Langarud) [13]
7 March55Member of Islamic Consultative Assembly (2004–2016 & 2020)Iran (Tehran) [16]
9 March94CyclistItaly (Treviso) [17]
9 March Lee Cha-su 62Chairman of Buk District Council South Korea (Daegu) [18]
9 March67Head of State Welfare Organization (2001–2005) and Member of Islamic Consultative Assembly (1984–2000)Iran (Tehran) [19]
10 March89Member of Islamic Consultative Assembly (1980–1988)Iran (Tehran) [20]
10 March59Argentine-born saxophonistSpain (Madrid) [21]
11 March Roberto Stella 67PhysicianItaly (Como) [22]
12 March88Member of the Senate of the Republic (1992–1994) and Member of the Chamber of Deputies (1983–1992)Italy (Asti) [23]
13 March62General and senior commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Iran [24]
14 March89President of the Banca Popolare di Milano (1971–1993)Italy (Milan) [25]
15 March92ArchitectItaly (Milan) [26]
15 March79 Commander of the Turkish Army (2002–2004) and General Commander of the Gendarmerie of Turkey (2000–2002)Turkey (Istanbul) [27]
16 March83Member of Senate (2001–2014) and Deputy of the National Assembly (1973–1978 & 1981–1988)France (Ajaccio) [28]
16 March69Folk singer-songwriterItaly (Crema) [29]
16 March78–79 Member of the Assembly of Experts (2016–2020)Iran (Qom) [30]
16 March75MagistrateItaly (Venice) [31]
16 March75EconomistIran (Tehran) [32]
17 March78Professor of Pathology at University of Washington United States (Seattle) [33]
18 March612nd Vice President of the National Assembly of Burkina Faso (2015–2020)Burkina Faso (Ouagadougou) [34]
18 March81FootballerItaly (Carrara) [35]
18 March75PainterFrance (Paris) [36]
19 March69FootballerItaly (Bergamo) [37]
19 March61–62Member of Islamic Consultative Assembly (2000–2004)Iran (Tehran) [38]
19 March66Musician and composer originally from the Republic of the Congo France (Paris) [39]
19 March77GeneticistItaly (Fidenza) [40]
20 March83 Grandee of Spain Spain (Madrid) [41]
20 March82 Mayor of Vicenza (1995–1998)Italy (Vicenza) [42]
20 March91Roman Catholic priestItaly (Imperia) [43]
21 March87PsychoanalystFrance (Paris) [44]
21 March60 Political scientist and sinologist Philippines (Manila) [45]
21 March83Member of the Congress of Deputies (1977–1979) and Member of the Parliament of Catalonia (1980–1984)Spain (L'Hospitalet de Llobregat) [46]
21 March81Member of the Senate (1986–2004)France (Paris) [47]
21 March68Doctor of PediatricsFrance (Lille) [48]
21 March76President of Real Madrid (1995–2000)Spain (Madrid) [49]
21 March84Hungarian-born businessman and survivor of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp United Kingdom [50]
22 March91 Philologist Spain (Barcelona) [51]
22 March84Footballer and coachSpain (Alicante) [52]
22 March83BusinessmanSpain (Ciudad Real) [53]
22 March83Jazz pianistUnited States (New York City) [54]
23 March63Chief Curator of the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture United States (Copake) [55]
23 March89Italian actress and Miss Italia 1947Spain (Segovia) [56]
23 March76Executive director of the World Bank (2001–2005)United States (Palm Beach) [57]
23 March82 British Ambassador to Austria (1989–1992) [58]
23 March75Member of the Congress of Deputies (2004–2008) & Secretary of State for Budgets, Expenses and Energy (1996–2004)Spain (Madrid) [59]
23 March65ArtistUnited Kingdom [60]
23 March30JournalistZimbabwe (Harare) [61]
23 March26DoctorPakistan (Gilgit) [62]
23 March65Architect and historic preservationistItaly (Syracuse) [63]
23 March91EngineerUnited States (Schenectady) [64]
23 March93PhilosopherFrance (Paris) [65]
23 March90Romanian-Hungarian puppet actor and EsperantistItaly (Piacenza) [66]
23 March50Drag QueenUnited States (New York) [67]
24 March89Member of the Chamber of Deputies (1994–2006) and Member of the Senate of the Republic (1987–1994)Italy (Genoa) [68]
24 March91Czechoslovakian-born American rabbi and real estate developerUnited States (New York) [69]
24 March86Saxophonist and songwriter, originally from CameroonFrance (Paris) [70]
24 March37British Deputy Ambassador to HungaryHungary (Budapest) [71]
24 March59Somali international footballerUnited Kingdom (London) [72]
24 March72JournalistUnited States (Ridgewood) [73]
24 March81Playwright and screenwriterUnited States (Sarasota) [74]
24 March93American pulmonologist, chief of Pulmonology at San Francisco General Hospital France (Paris) [75]
24 March62Fashion designerDominican Republic (Santo Domingo) [76]
25 March90Member of the House of Representatives (1973–1993)Netherlands (Tilburg) [77]
25 March92CyclistItaly (Santa Maria Nuova) [78]
25 March69ActorUnited States (New York) [79]
25 March59Chef and television personalityUnited States (Montclair) [80]
25 March66ConductorBrazil (São Paulo) [81]
25 March84Political dissident and writer, originally RomanianFrance (Paris) [82]
25 March82Musician and composerItaly (Milan) [83]
25 March67 Apostolic Vicar of Gambella Italy (Brescia) [84]
26 March66ActorPhilippines (Manila) [85]
26 March60Fashion designerPhilippines (Muntinlupa) [86]
26 March83TrombonistSweden [87]
26 March86Princess, activist and political sociologistFrance (Paris) [88]
26 March64ConductorBrazil (São Paulo) [89]
26 March78SingerItaly (Lucca) [90]
26 March71Architect and criticUnited States (New York) [91]
26 March77ActorUnited Kingdom (Rutherglen) [92]
26 March75CyclistSpain [93]
27 March72Comic book artistBrazil (Rio de Janeiro) [94]
27 March48Head of GAR Spain (Logroño) [95]
27 March64CEO of Swiss Re (2009–2012) [96]
27 March59 American football playerUnited States (Dallas) [97]
27 March84ArchitectUnited States (Beverly) [98]
28 March89Academic, neurologist and sports writerTurkey [99]
28 March69Radio broadcasterSweden (Stockholm) [100]
28 March71Activist and former political prisonerSpain [101]
28 March70Minister of National Defense (1995–1996)Uruguay (Montevideo) [102]
28 March74Professor of Sociology at The Graduate Center, CUNY United States (Great Neck) [103]
28 March86French illustratorFrance (Paris) [104]
28 March69Sprinter, represented Barbados at the 1976 Summer Olympics United States [105]
28 March93Pakistani squash playerUnited Kingdom (London) [106]
28 March97Philosopher and anthropologistFrance (Paris) [107]
28 March94Film and theater criticUnited States (New York) [108]
29 March94Journalist and children's television creatorUnited States (New York) [109]
29 March72FootballerSpain (Madrid) [110]
29 March75 President of the General Council of Hauts-de-Seine (since 2007) and Member of the National Assembly (2010–2017)France (Paris) [111]
29 March61Country singerUnited States (Nashville) [112]
29 March78Speaker of the Utah House of Representatives (1985–1987)United States (Salt Lake City) [113]
29 March54Television news producer and journalistUnited States (New York) [114]
29 March69Lead singer of Arrows and songwriterUnited States (New York) [115]
29 March62PhotographerSweden (Stockholm) [116]
29 March93Medievalist historianFrance (Angers) [117]
29 March61BoxerItaly (Ponte San Pietro) [118]
29 March70ComedianJapan (Tokyo) [119]
29 March74JournalistFrance (Paris) [120]
30 March59Mexican American transgender and immigrant rights activistUnited States (New York) [121]
30 March74ActressUnited Kingdom [122]
30 March73Professor of Neurosurgery at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine United States (New York) [123]
30 March71Chairman of Lancashire County Cricket Club (since 2017)United Kingdom [124]
30 March71Serbian Orthodox Eparch of Valjevo Serbia (Belgrade) [125]
30 March74FEMA Director of the Office of Federal Coordinating OfficeUnited States (Holyoke) [126]
30 March76Broadcaster and sports journalistEcuador (Guayaquil) [127]
30 March81 Prime Minister of the Republic of the Congo (1993–1996) and President of the Republic of the Congo (1977–1979)France (Neuilly) [128]
30 March80German-born ballet master and teacherUnited States (New York) [129]
31 March88Voice actorUnited States (Los Angeles) [130]
31 March75Stage actorBelarus (Vitebsk) [131]
31 March68President of Olympique de Marseille (2005–2009)Senegal (Dakar) [132]
31 March99 Spanish Civil War and World War II veteran, last surviving member of La Nueve France (Strasbourg) [133]
31 March83Member of the House of Lords (1997–2020) and founder of Radio Clyde United Kingdom (Glasgow) [134]
31 March76Dialect coach and actorUnited Kingdom (London) [135]
31 March64MusicianUnited States (New York) [136]
31 March63HIV prevention researcherSouth Africa (Umhlanga) [137]
31 March59Jazz trumpeterUnited States (Paterson) [138]
31 March73EconomistUnited Kingdom [139]
1 April63 Minister of Environmental Protection (1998–2000)Serbia (Belgrade) [140]
1 April88Visual artist and academicUnited States (Hyattsville) [141]
1 April87Judge for the U.S. District Court for Southern New York (1972–1998)United States (Greenwich) [142]
1 April83French writer and literary critic [143]
1 April83 Prime Minister of Somalia (2007–2009)United Kingdom (London) [144]
1 April85Jazz pianistUnited States (New Orleans) [145]
1 April94Aeronautical engineer and space scientistUnited States (Silver Spring) [146]
1 April94Jazz guitaristUnited States (Saddle River) [147]
1 April52Songwriter, member of Fountains of Wayne United States (Poughkeepsie) [148]
1 April99Nurse and social workerFrance (Paris) [149]
2 April73FootballerSpain (Madrid) [150]
2 April86Actress and authorUnited States (New York) [151]
2 April62Philippine ambassador to LebanonLebanon (Beirut) [152]
2 April83FootballerItaly (Romano di Lombardia) [153]
2 April98Catholic priest and missionaryFrance (Paris) [154]
2 April108Allergist and immunologistUnited Kingdom (London) [155]
2 April76Comic book artist and illustratorArgentina (Mendoza) [156]
2 April51Technology reporter and editor, first internet writer for the Associated Press United States (New York) [157]
2 April78ComedianUnited Kingdom (Bristol) [158]
2 April86–87Pathologist, academic and medical doctorTurkey [159]
2 April82Writer and poetEcuador (Guayaquil) [160]
2 April84Shoe designerItaly (Cesena) [161]
2 April92BusinessmanUnited States (New York) [162]
2 April67Singer, Ragi of Darbar Sahib [163] India (Amritsar)
2 April89FootballerFrance (Lens) [164]
2 April53 Regent of North Morowali (since 2016)Indonesia (Makassar) [165]
2 April75Professor of Ethnobotany at the University of Hawaii United States (Honolulu) [166]
3 April92Professor of Industrial Microbiology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology United States (Madison) [167]
3 April96French military officerFrance (Paris) [168]
3 April74Member of the South Dakota House of Representatives (since 2017)United States (Sioux Falls) [169]
3 April74Housing developerSpain (Madrid) [170]
3 April104WriterCanada (Longueuil) [171]
3 April81Surinamese ambassador to the Netherlands (1981–1982)Netherlands (Rotterdam) [172]
3 April76 President of the National Congress of Ecuador (2005)Ecuador (Guayaquil) [173]
3 April85Writer and cartographerUnited Kingdom (London) [174]
3 April71–72Member of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey (1987–1991)Turkey [175]
3 April86Member of the New York City Council (1976–1977)United States (New York) [176]
4 April68American actorUnited Kingdom (London) [177]
4 April75Member of the Senate (1999–2003)Belgium (Brussels) [178]
4 April94ActorUnited States (Shelter Island) [179]
4 April73 American football playerUnited States (New Orleans) [180]
4 April91Embryologist and anti-abortion activistFrance (Paris) [181]
4 April89Barbadian-born Jamaican Olympic cyclistUnited States (New York) [182]
4 April87Chief of the United Nations Human Rights Council United States (New York) [183]
4 April63French drummer, member of the Gibson Brothers [184]
4 April72BusinessmanEcuador (Guayaquil) [185]
4 April77Member of the Jatiya Sangsad (1973–1982)United States (New York) [186]
4 April56Actor and artistUnited States (New York) [187]
4 April86Belgian writerFrance (Paris) [188]
4 April75Doctor and author (writing as Anton Sebastian)United Kingdom (London) [189]
4 April87Member of the House of Lords (1992–1997)United Kingdom (Bath) [190]
4 April79DoctorIndonesia (Jakarta) [191]
4 April95Member of the French resistance France (Paris) [192]
4 April93Tunisian decorator and designerFrance (Paris) [193]
5 April91ActressUnited States (Akron) [194]
5 April67Acting Prime Minister of Libya (2011)Egypt (Cairo) [195]
5 April74 Lord Justice of Appeal (1999–2016)United Kingdom (London) [196]
5 April83French historian [197]
6 April89Ecofeminist artistUnited States (New York) [198]
6 April79Playwright and screenwriterSpain (Lleida) [199]
6 April76President of Repsol YPF (1996–2004)Spain (Toledo) [200]
6 April66JournalistUnited States (Nassau County) [201]
6 April88French historian [202]
6 April77American-born mathematician and professor of Philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Israel (Jerusalem) [203]
6 April95 Ukrainian Catholic Archeparch emeritus of Philadelphia United States (Philadelphia) [204]
6 April72Chairman of the Islamic Commission of Spain (2016–2020)Spain (Madrid) [205]
7 April79Olympic ice hockey playerSwitzerland [206]
7 April82LinguistFrance (Aix-en-Provence) [207]
7 April85Actor and directorFrance (Paris) [208]
7 April89Journalist and television producerFrance (Paris) [209]
7 April80ActorUnited States (Los Angeles) [210]
7 April98HistorianUnited States (Greenwich) [211]
7 April88 Chabad-Lubavitch RabbiUnited States (New York) [212]
7 April89Traditional Somali MusicianUnited Kingdom (London) [213]
7 April72Armenian-born physicistRussia (Moscow) [214]
7 April89Historian, academic and dissident [215] Czech Republic (Prague)
7 April77Military officerGuyana (Georgetown) [216]
7 April71British professor of Criminology at the University of Kent [217]
7 April89Hasidic rabbiUnited States (New York) [218]
7 April73Singer and songwriterUnited States (Nashville) [219]
7 April95British police officer and boxing administrator [220]
7 April56Middle-distance runnerItaly (Potenza) [221]
7 April89Priest andfootball managerIreland (Dublin) [222]
7 April78Venezuelan theologian and exegete Italy (Rome) [223]
7 April68Actor and comedianCanada (Montreal) [224]
7 April64Music producerUnited States (New York) [225]
8 April89Filipino-American television and radio hostUnited States (New York) [226]
8 April81American-Canadian vertebrate paleontologist and director of the Redpath Museum (1985–1991)Canada (Montreal) [227]
8 April95American publisher [228]
8 April81FootballerSpain (Madrid) [229]
8 April77Member of the Vermont House of Representatives (2013–2019)United States (Vermont) [230]
8 April93FootballerItaly (Milan) [231]
8 April83 Jesuit priest and theologianFrance (Lille) [232]
8 April79Canadian-American voice actor and theatrical performer, director and teacherUnited States (Seattle) [233] [234]
9 April54Member of the Louisiana House of Representatives (since 2020)United States (Raceland) [235]
9 April54Belgian sound engineer [236]
9 April80British statistician [237]
9 April95Macanese-born Canadian martial artistCanada (Toronto) [238]
9 April84French activist [239]
9 April89French footballer and coach [240]
9 April43CricketerUnited Kingdom (Basingstoke) [241]
9 April86Member of the Legislative Assembly of São Paulo (1987–2019)Brazil (São Paulo) [242]
9 April71Russian-born British composerUnited Kingdom (London) [243]
10 April93Iraqi architect, photographer and activistUnited Kingdom (London) [244]
10 April80FootballerNetherlands (Amsterdam) [245]
10 April57–58 House and R&B vocalistUnited States (New York) [246]
10 April88Olympic swimmerSweden (Stockholm) [247]
10 April88 Ombudsman of Spain (2000–2010), Minister of Justice (1988–1991) and Member of the Congress of Deputies (1977–2000)Spain (Madrid) [248]
10 April88Dutch-Surinamese priestNetherlands (Boxmeer) [249]
10 April62Rector of the Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons (2015–2020)Ghana (Accra) [250]
10 April83Puerto Rican author, independence activist and intellectualSpain (Madrid) [251]
11 April89Member of the House of Lords (1991–1997) and Bishop of Coventry (1985–1997)United Kingdom [252]
11 April84French actress and director [253]
11 April77Real estate executiveUnited States (New York) [254]
11 April82British mathematicianUnited States (New Brunswick) [255]
11 April97Artistic directorUnited States (New York) [256]
11 April84English abstract artistFrance (Paris) [257]
12 April81Olympic long-distance runnerSpain (Guadalajara) [258]
12 April79British footballer and manager [259]
12 April79 Sephardi Chief Rabbi of Israel (1993–2003)Israel (Jerusalem) [260]
12 April87Actor and singerFrance (Montbard) [261]
12 April80Editor and journalistCanada (Montreal) [262]
12 April79ComedianUnited Kingdom [263]
12 April87Editor and publisherCuba (Havana) [264]
12 April93Jesuit priest and theologianFrance (Lille) [265]
12 April86Filmmaker and screenwriterUnited States (New York) [266]
12 April70Chairman of the Mexican Stock Exchange (2015–2020)Mexico (Mexico City) [267]
12 April96HistorianSpain (Madrid) [268]
12 April58Justice Minister of Hirshabelle State (2017–2020)Somalia (Mogadishu) [269]
12 April73Member of the National Assembly (1983–1987)Cameroon (Douala) [270]
12 April35Surinamese singer and percussionistNetherlands (Amsterdam) [271]
13 April76Spanish footballer [272]
13 April84Jamaican radio broadcasterUnited States (New York) [273]
13 April70President of the Corts Valencianes (2011–2014) and Director General of the Police (1996–2002)Spain (Valencia) [274]
13 April67Executioner and anti-death penalty advocateUnited States (Richmond) [275]
13 April81American biologist [276]
13 April78Jesuit priest and historianFrance (Paris) [277]
13 April93Lithuanian-born Israeli partisan and Holocaust survivorUnited States (New York) [278]
13 April90FilmmakerFrance (Paris) [279]
13 April82 Electrochemist United States (Bloomington) [280]
13 April71Rabbi and politicianUnited Kingdom (London) [281]
13 April50CricketerPakistan (Peshawar) [282]
13 April63 Regional Councillor of Grand Est for Bas-Rhin (since 2016)France (Strasbourg) [283]
13 April91AnimatorUnited States (Los Angeles) [284]
14 April73Leader of the Independent Turkey Party (since 2002)Turkey (Trabzon) [285]
14 April89Scholar of Old English literatureUnited States [286]
14 April77 Footballer and hurler Ireland (Portlaoise) [287] [288]
14 April70Archbishop of Paraíba (2004–2016)Brazil (Fortaleza) [289]
14 April90 Holocaust survivor United States (New Jersey) [290]
14 April91American art historian [291]
14 April87Guyanese writerUnited Kingdom (London) [292]
14 April99FootballerUnited Kingdom (Farnworth) [293]
14 April80ImmunologistPortugal (Lisbon) [294]
14 April94Human rights activist and aide to Eleanor Roosevelt United States (Philadelphia) [295]
14 April67Olympic modern pentathleteUnited Kingdom (Peterborough) [296]
15 April51Radio and television hostSweden (Stockholm) [297]
15 April77Cinematographer ( E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial , The Color Purple , Empire of the Sun )United States (Los Angeles) [298]
15 April84Jazz bassistUnited States (New York) [299]
15 April78Actor and comedianFrance (Paris) [300]
15 April88Atmospheric physicistUnited Kingdom (Dolgellau) [301]
15 April84Czech-American screenwriterUnited States (New York) [302]
15 April92Jazz composer and alto saxophonistUnited States (New York) [303]
15 April81PhotographerUnited States (Buffalo) [304]
15 April56Iranian photographerUnited Kingdom (London) [305]
15 April82Bishop of Mweka (1989–2016)Democratic Republic of the Congo (Kinshasa) [306]
15 April86–87Academic, lawyer and a founder of the Istanbul University School of Political SciencesTurkey (Istanbul) [307]
16 April79Italian mobster (Sicilian Mafia) and pentito France (Paris) [308]
16 April71Member of the Congess of Deputies (2000–2014) and President of the Government of Aragon (1995–1999)Spain (Madrid) [309]
16 April89Lawyer and juristUnited States (New York) [310]
16 April70Chilean writerSpain (Oviedo) [311]
17 April86 United States Army soldier and a recipient of the Medal of Honor United States (Opelika) [312]
17 April76FootballerUnited Kingdom [313]
17 April67 Chief of Staff to the President of Nigeria (since 2015)Nigeria (Lagos) [314]
17 April84Jazz musicianUnited States (New York) [315]
17 April86Archaeologist and dog breederUnited States (New York) [316]
17 April56Olympic swimmerIndonesia (Jakarta) [317]
17 April89Operatic sopranoUnited States (New York) [318]
17 April64Bass guitarist, member of The Soft Boys United Kingdom (London) [319]
17 April85Disc jockeyUnited States (Wynnewood) [320]
17 April70Professor of Neurosurgery at the Autonomous University of Madrid Spain (Madrid) [321]
18 April74Diplomat and businessmanSweden (Stockholm) [322]
18 April92Indian journalistUnited Kingdom (London) [323]
18 April84Dutch actressNetherlands (Rotterdam) [324]
18 April78Tibetan-Italian lamaItaly (Verbania) [325]
18 AprilChief of Staff to the President of Guinea (since 2018)Guinea (Conakry) [326]
18 April81Race car driverUnited States (Denver) [327]
18 April86Wrestling refereeUnited States (New York) [328]
18 April74Football player and managerItaly (Milan) [329]
18 April81ActorFrance (Paris) [330]
19 April80Baseball playerUnited States (New Britain) [331]
19 April66Justice of the New York Supreme Court (since 2015)United States (New York) [332]
19 April83Paper sculptor, set designer and television personalityCanada (Longueuil) [333]
19 April81ActorFrance (Paris) [334]
19 April99 Minister of the Interior (1983–1985)Chile (Santiago) [335]
19 April76ComposerRussia (Moscow) [336]
20 April80Commissioner on the Climate Change Commission (2009–2016) and Member of the Senate (1987–1998)Philippines (Manila) [337]
20 April52DoctorUnited Kingdom (Derby) [338]
20 April59NovelistUnited States (Washington, D.C.) [339]
20 April82 Casteller Spain (Vilafranca del Penedès) [340]
21 April79British footballerIreland (Dublin) [341]
21 April61–62Member of the National Assembly of Mali (since 2013)Mali (Niono) [342]
21 April64Journalist, political prisoner and anti-ETA activistSpain (Madrid) [343]
21 April69Lawyer, civic activist and advocate for Italian American rights issuesUnited States (New York City) [344]
21 April84Member of the Colorado Senate (2000–2008) and House of Representatives (1992–2000)United States (Steamboat Springs) [345]
21 April88Scientist, public administrator, and academicUnited States (Redwood City) [346]
21 April88Japanese karate masterUnited States (Philadelphia) [347]
21 April87Television producer and writer ( The Virginian , Ironside , Magnum, P.I. )United States (Woodland Hills) [348]
21 April63Jazz guitaristFrance (Brest) [349]
21 April88Member of the Chamber of Deputies (1983–2003 and 2007–2011)Brazil (Belém) [350]
21 April72–73Human geographer, expert on cultural tourism and heritage preservation Spain (Madrid) [351]
21 April77Member of the House of Representatives (1986–2002)Netherlands (Nunspeet) [352]
22 April88Flamenco singer and dancerSpain (Mandayona) [353]
22 April78British chemist [354] [355]
22 April82Jazz saxophonistUnited States (Philadelphia) [356]
23 April89GolferUnited Kingdom (Maidstone) [357]
23 April35DJ and rapperUnited States (New York) [358]
23 April63Actress, voice actress and television presenterJapan (Tokyo) [359]
23 April75FootballerNetherlands (Amsterdam) [360]
24 April Carlos Ernesto Escobar Mejía 57 U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detaineeUnited States (National City) [361]
24 April77NephrologistUnited States (Newton) [362]
24 April54Deep house DJUnited States (Detroit) [363]
24 April74Diplomat and diplomatic analystJapan (Tokyo) [364]
25 April91Percussionist and music educatorUnited States (Wynnewood) [365]
25 April92Businessman, engineer and art collectorBrazil (Recife) [366]
25 April94Holocaust survivorBelgium (Brussels) [367]
25 April76Book collectorUnited States (New York) [368]
25 April90American conductorUnited Kingdom (Leicester) [369]
25 April65PhotographerSweden (Stockholm) [370]
26 April85Spanish-born auxiliary bishop emeritus of Boston United States (Boston) [371]
26 April69Member of the Legislative Assembly of Amazonas (1991–2002)Brazil (Manaus) [372]
26 April [lower-alpha 1] 73English footballer [373]
26 April67Leader of Opposition in Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (since 2010)India (Ahmedabad) [374]
26 April75 Member of the European Parliament (2004–2014) and Member of the Senate (1995–2004)France (Avignon) [375]
27 AprilRabbi Yehudah Jacobs 80–89 Mashgiach ruchani at Beth Medrash Govoha United States (Lakewood Township, New Jersey) [376]
27 April James Mahoney 62Pulmonologist and internistUnited States (New York City) [377]
27 April70JournalistPakistan (Rawalpindi) [378]
27 April80Member of the Chamber of Deputies (1987–1991; 1997–1999 and 2001–2014)Brazil (Belém) [379]
27 April89Olympic long-distance runnerItaly (Bari) [380]
27 April52Gospel musicianUnited States (Jacksonville) [381]
27 April80Thai-born painter, sculptor, and printmakerNetherlands (Amsterdam) [382]
28 April84OrganistUnited States (Chicago) [383]
28 April91Kenyan Roman Catholic prelate, former bishop of Meru Italy (Turin) [384]
28 April59Mayor of Tanjung Pinang (since 2018)Indonesia (Tanjung Pinang) [385]
29 April80Art historian, critic and curatorItaly (Milan) [386]
29 April86 American football playerUnited States (Philadelphia) [387]
29 April84Military Officer, footballer, manager and administratorIreland (Ennis) [388]
29 April93Member of the Amadeus Quartet and cellistUnited Kingdom (London) [389]
30 April85SingerMexico (Mexico City) [390]
30 April71Businessman and sports executiveFrance (Bourg-en-Bresse) [391]
30 April79Anthropologist and ethnologistCanada (Montreal) [392] [393]
30 AprilMember of the Nasarawa State House of Assembly (since 2015)Nigeria (Keffi) [394]
1 May88Chinese-American writerUnited States (Washington, D.C.) [395]
1 May65Member of the Parliament of Catalonia (1984–1988)Spain (Castelldefels) [396]
1 May77Olympic water polo playerBrazil (São Paulo) [397]
2 May77Member of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab (1997–1999)Pakistan (Sargodha) [398] [399]
2 May [lower-alpha 1] 63American home care worker and labor organizer [400]
2 May83 Ice hockey player and coachUnited States (Savannah) [401]
2 May79Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario (1985–1995) [402]
2 May83American organic chemist [403]
2 May92Intelligence officerUnited States (Falmouth) [404]
2 May70Commander of the Afghan National Police (2010–2016)Afghanistan (Kabul) [405]
2 May91FootballerUnited Kingdom (Leicester) [406]
2 May96GeologistUnited States (Manassas) [407]
2 May62Judicial Member of Lokpal (since 2019) and Chief Justice of Chhattisgarh High Court (2018–2019)India (New Delhi) [408]
3 May71Member of The Stranglers and keyboardistUnited Kingdom [409]
3 May52TheologianTurkey (Istanbul) [410]
3 May69Tibetan-Swiss humanitarianSwitzerland (Chur) [411]
3 May96 American football player and coachUnited States (Rockville) [412]
3 May55Minister of Employment, Labor and Social Protection (since 2017)Niger (Niamey) [413]
4 May73Author and lyricistBrazil (Rio de Janeiro) [414]
4 May92Preservationist (Monuments Men)United States (Westland) [415]
4 May64Composer and singerNorth Macedonia (Skopje) [416]
5 May57 Paleobotanist and ecology professorUnited States [417]
5 May62Singer-songwriterBrazil (São Paulo) [418]
6 May69Swiss ski trainer [419]
7 May87French royalGermany (Hamburg) [420]
7 May90French actor and film producerFrance [421]
7 May90Member of the Legislative Assembly of Rio de Janeiro (1980–1988), Actress and radio broadcasterBrazil (Rio de Janeiro) [422]
7 May47RapperUnited Kingdom [423]
7 May89Television presenterCanada (Toronto) [424]
7 May73 Police inspector Spain (Madrid) [425]
8 May85Member of the Chamber of Deputies (1987–1995 and 2003–2007)Brazil (João Pessoa) [426] [427] [428]
8 May78Actor, film director, producer and writerBrazil (Rio de Janeiro) [429]
8 May68Member of the Chamber of Deputies (1995–1999)Brazil (Recife) [430]
8 May78Member of the Hellenic Parliament (2009–2019), Vice President of the Hellenic Parliament (2015–2019) and Minister of Health (1993–1996)Greece (Athens) [431]
8 May75Member of Siegfried & Roy, stage magician and lion tamerUnited States (Las Vegas) [432]
8 May70Author, scholar of Eastern European literatureUnited Kingdom [433]
9 May97 Jesuit priest and social ethicistGermany (Munich) [434]
9 May85Singer-songwriterBrazil (Rio de Janeiro) [435]
9 May92Artist and inventorBrazil (Rio de Janeiro) [436]
10 May82Singer-songwriterBrazil (Rio de Janeiro) [437]
10 May76 Minister of Power (2006) and Member of the Jatiya Sangsad (2001–2006)Bangladesh (Dhaka) [438]
10 May78WriterBrazil (Rio de Janeiro) [439]
10 May68HistorianIndia (Kolkata) [440]
11 May64SingerItaly [441]
11 May97Cryptanalyst and psychologistUnited Kingdom (Edinburgh) [442]
12 May80Singer and actressCanada (Montreal) [443]
12 May54Member of the Michigan Senate (2010–2018) and Michigan House of Representatives (2002–2008)United States (Ann Arbor) [444]
13 May87British writer and art historianUnited Kingdom (Harwich) [445]
13 May72 Minister of Culture (2010–2012)United States (Chicago) [446]
13 May28Sumo wrestlerJapan (Tokyo) [447]
13 May70SingerMexico (Mexico City) [448]
14 May83Bangladeshi writer, activist and National Professor Bangladesh (Dhaka) [449]
15 May75 Equality Ombudsman (2000–2007)Sweden (Stockholm) [450]
15 May86Writer and literary criticBrazil (Teresópolis) [451] [452]
16 May83Member of the Chamber of Deputies (1991–1995)Brazil (Belém) [453]
16 May91White House butler to 11 U.S. presidents United States (Woodbridge) [454]
16 May82ActressMexico (Mexico City) [455]
17 May88Member of the Chamber of Deputies (1967–1982, 1995–2003 and 2007–2011) and Governor of Paraíba (1983–1987)Brazil (João Pessoa) [427] [428]
17 May81Writer and film producerIndia (Mumbai) [456]
18 May78 Member of Parliament (1992–2010)United Kingdom (Nuneaton) [457]
18 May88Auxiliary Bishop of Liverpool (1989–2006)United Kingdom (Liverpool) [458]
19 May100Disability rights advocate and widow of John Glenn United States (Saint Paul) [459]
19 May92Sound engineerUnited Kingdom [460] [461]
19 May54Member of the Legislative Assembly of Rio de Janeiro (since 2017)Brazil (Campos dos Goytacazes) [462]
20 May60Member of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab (since 2018)Pakistan (Lahore) [463]
20 May78 Governor of Balochistan (1999) and Deputy Chairman of the Senate (1988–1991)Pakistan (Karachi) [464]
20 May83Hungarian-born Cistercian abbot and theologianUnited States (Irving) [465]
21 May65Member of the Jatiya Sangsad (1996–2001)Bangladesh (Bogura) [466]
21 May84DialectologistBelgium (Oudenaarde) [467]
23 May79Indian Professor of Medicine at the All India Institute of Medical Studies [468]
24 May70Chairman of The Legislative Assembly of Kyrgyzstan (1995–1996) and Minister of Justice (1993–1995)Kyrgyzstan (Bishkek) [469]
24 May70Member of the Jatiya Sangsad (1996–2001)Bangladesh (Dhaka) [470]
24 MayPakistani politician, Provisional Minister for Science and Technology (2002–2007) [471]
24 May69Member of the Legislative Assembly of Paraíba (2007–2010)Brazil (João Pessoa) [472]
25 May82American Football playerUnited States (Charlotte) [473]
26 May81Film directorRussia [474]
26 May68 Minister of Energy (1991–1992)Russia (Moscow) [475]
28 May75Member of the National Assembly (since 1997)France (Paris) [476]
28 MayJournalistPakistan (Peshawar) [477]
29 May91Singer-songwriterBrazil (Fortaleza) [478]
29 May79FootballerBrazil (João Pessoa) [479]
31 May75German actor [480]
2 June55Member of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh (since 2016)Pakistan (Karachi) [481]
2 June34Actor and singerUnited States (Los Angeles) [482]
3 June66Member of the Provincial Assembly of Punjab (since 2008)Pakistan (Lahore) [483]
3 June65Member of the Provincial Assembly of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (since 2018)Pakistan [484]

See also

Notes

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