A doctor diagnosed with coronavirus has died - three weeks after he warned the prime minister that health workers urgently needed more personal protective equipment (PPE).
On 18 March he wrote a message to Boris Johnson asking him to "urgently" ensure PPE for "each and every NHS worker in the UK".
Because he cared about people, he cared about his co-workers, his colleagues, his family, he cared about people he's never even met.
"He cared about everyone and that love and compassion he had for everyone extends in every aspect of his life.
"Two weeks before his admission to hospital he wrote a message to the prime minister urging for better PPE.
In his message to the prime minister, Dr Chowdhury wrote: "Please ensure urgently PPE for each and every NHS health worker in the UK.
Family friend doctor Golam Rahat Khan said Dr Chowdhury had been worried about coronavirus "long before" it reached the UK. »