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List of deaths due to COVID-19

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This is a list of people with Wikipedia articles 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.

List of deaths due to COVID-19 Intro articles: 4

List of deaths in 2020

Date Name Age Notability Place of death Ref.
25 January Liang Wudong 60 Doctor of otorhinolaryngology (first death due to hospital-acquired infection) China (Wuhan) [1]
26 January Wang Xianliang 62 Director of the Ethnic and Religious Affairs Commission of Wuhan (2012–2017) China (Wuhan) [2]
27 January Yang Xiaobo 57 Mayor of Huangshi (2009–2014) and delegate to the National People's Congress (2013–2018) China (Wuhan) [3]
6 February Qiu Jun 72 Bodybuilder China (Wuhan) [4]
7 February Hong Ling 53 Professor of genetics at Huazhong University of Science and Technology China (Wuhan) [5]
7 February Li Wenliang 33 Doctor of ophthalmology at Central Hospital of Wuhan (whistleblower of the COVID-19 outbreak in Wuhan) China (Wuhan) [6]
10 February Lin Zhengbin 62 Doctor of organ transplantation China (Wuhan) [7]
13 February Liu Shouxiang 61 Professor of watercolor painting at Hubei Institute of Fine Arts China (Wuhan) [8]
14 February Liu Fan 59 Deputy chief nurse of Wuchang Hospital China (Wuhan) [9]
15 February Duan Zhengcheng 85 Professor 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 41 Professor of management science at Huazhong University of Science and Technology China (Wuhan) [11]
27 February Hadi Khosroshahi 81 Iranian ambassador to the Vatican (1981–1986) Iran (Tehran) [12]
29 February Mohammad Ali Ramazani Dastak 56 Member of the Islamic Consultative Assembly (2020) Iran (Rasht) [13]
2 March Mohammad Mirmohammadi 71 Member of the Expediency Discernment Council and Vice President of Iran (1994–1998) Iran (Tehran) [14]
5 March Hossein Sheikholeslam 67 Member of the Islamic Consultative Assembly (2004–2008) and Iranian Ambassador to Syria (1998–2003) Iran (Tehran) [15]
7 March Reza Mohammadi Langroudi 91 Ayatollah Iran (Langarud) [13]
7 March Fatemeh Rahbar 55 Member of the Islamic Consultative Assembly (2004–2016 & since 2020) Iran (Tehran) [16]
9 March Italo De Zan 94 Cyclist Italy (Treviso) [17]
9 March Lee Cha-su 62 Chairman of Buk District Council South Korea (Daegu) [18]
9 March Mohammad-Reza Rahchamani 67 Head of State Welfare Organization (2001–2005) and Member of Islamic Consultative Assembly (1984–2000) Iran (Tehran) [19]
10 March Mohammad Kiavash 89 Member of the Islamic Consultative Assembly (1980–1988) Iran (Tehran) [20]
10 March Marcelo Peralta 59 Argentine-born saxophonist Spain (Madrid) [21]
11 March Roberto Stella 67 Physician Italy (Como) [22]
12 March Giovanni Battista Rabino 88 Member of the Senate of the Republic (1992–1994) and member of the Chamber of Deputies (1983–1992) Italy (Asti) [23]
13 March Nasser Shabani 62 General and senior commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Iran [24]
14 March Piero Schlesinger 89 President of the Banca Popolare di Milano (1971–1993) Italy (Milan) [25]
15 March Vittorio Gregotti 92 Architect Italy (Milan) [26]
15 March Aytaç Yalman 79 Commander of the Turkish Army (2002–2004) and General Commander of the Gendarmerie of Turkey (2000–2002) Turkey (Istanbul) [27]
16 March Nicolas Alfonsi 83 Member of the Senate (2001–2014) and deputy of the National Assembly (1973–1978 & 1981–1988) France (Ajaccio) [28]
16 March Sergio Bassi 69 Folk singer-songwriter Italy (Crema) [29]
16 March Hashem Bathaie Golpayegani 78–79 Member of the Assembly of Experts (since 2016) Iran (Qom) [30]
16 March Francesco Saverio Pavone 75 Magistrate Italy (Venice) [31]
16 March Fariborz Raisdana 75 Economist Iran (Tehran) [32]
17 March Stephen Schwartz 78 Professor of pathology at University of Washington United States (Seattle) [33]
18 March Rose Marie Compaoré 61 Second vice president of the National Assembly of Burkina Faso (since 2015) Burkina Faso (Ouagadougou) [34]
18 March Luciano Federici 81 Footballer Italy (Carrara) [35]
18 March Henri Richelet 75 Painter France (Paris) [36]
19 March Innocenzo Donina 69 Footballer Italy (Bergamo) [37]
19 March Hamid Kahram 61–62 Member of the Islamic Consultative Assembly (2000–2004) Iran (Tehran) [38]
19 March Aurlus Mabélé 66 Musician and composer originally from the Republic of the Congo France (Paris) [39]
19 March Antonio Michele Stanca 77 Geneticist Italy (Fidenza) [40]
20 March Carlos Falcó, 5th Marquess of Griñón 83 Grandee of Spain, businessman and socialite Spain (Madrid) [41]
20 March Marino Quaresimin 82 Mayor of Vicenza (1995–1998) Italy (Vicenza) [42]
20 March Tarcisio Stramare 91 Roman Catholic priest Italy (Imperia) [43]
21 March Marguerite Aucouturier 87 Psychoanalyst France (Paris) [44]
21 March Aileen Baviera 60 Political scientist and sinologist Philippines (Manila) [45]
21 March Vicenç Capdevila 83 Member of the Congress of Deputies (1977–1979) and member of the Parliament of Catalonia (1980–1984) Spain (L'Hospitalet de Llobregat) [46]
21 March Jacques Oudin 81 Member of the Senate (1986–2004) France (Paris) [47]
21 March Jean-Jacques Razafindranazy 68 Doctor of pediatrics France (Lille) [48]
21 March Lorenzo Sanz 76 President of Real Madrid (1995–2000) Spain (Madrid) [49]
21 March William Stern 84 Hungarian-born businessman and survivor of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp United Kingdom [50]
22 March Germà Colón 91 Philologist Spain (Barcelona) [51]
22 March Benito Joanet 84 Footballer and coach Spain (Alicante) [52]
22 March José María Loizaga Viguri 83 Businessman Spain (Ciudad Real) [53]
22 March Mike Longo 83 Jazz pianist United States (New York City) [54]
23 March Maurice Berger 63 Chief curator of the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture United States (Copake) [55]
23 March Lucia Bosè 89 Italian actress and Miss Italia 1947 Spain (Segovia) [56]
23 March Carole Brookins 76 Executive director of the World Bank (2001–2005) United States (Palm Beach) [57]
23 March Sir Brian Crowe 82 British Ambassador to Austria (1989–1992) [58]
23 March José Folgado 75 Member of the Congress of Deputies (2004–2008) and Secretary of State for Budgets, Expenses and Energy (1996–2004) Spain (Madrid) [59]
23 March Paul Karslake 65 Artist United Kingdom (Leigh-on-Sea) [60]
23 March Zororo Makamba 30 Journalist Zimbabwe (Harare) [61]
23 March Usama Riaz 26 Doctor Pakistan (Gilgit) [62]
23 March Calogero Rizzuto 65 Architect and historic preservationist Italy (Syracuse) [63]
23 March Walter Robb 91 Engineer United States (Schenectady) [64]
23 March Lucien Sève 93 Philosopher France (Paris) [65]
23 March Júlia Sigmond 90 Romanian-Hungarian puppet actor and Esperantist Italy (Piacenza) [66]
23 March Nashom Wooden 50 Drag queen United States (New York City) [67]
24 March Lorenzo Acquarone 89 Member of the Chamber of Deputies (1994–2006) and Member of the Senate of the Republic (1987–1994) Italy (Genoa) [68]
24 March Romi Cohn 91 Czechoslovakian-born American rabbi and real estate developer United States (Brooklyn) [69]
24 March Manu Dibango 86 Saxophonist and songwriter, originally from Cameroon France (Paris) [70]
24 March Steven Dick 37 British Deputy Ambassador to Hungary (since 2019) Hungary (Budapest) [71]
24 March Mohamed Farah 59 Somali international footballer United Kingdom (London) [72]
24 March Alan Finder 72 Journalist United States (Ridgewood) [73]
24 March Terrence McNally 81 Playwright and screenwriter United States (Sarasota) [74]
24 March John F. Murray 93 American pulmonologist and chief of Pulmonology at San Francisco General Hospital France (Paris) [75]
24 March Jenny Polanco 62 Fashion designer Dominican Republic (Santo Domingo) [76]
25 March Harry Aarts 90 Member of the House of Representatives (1973–1993) Netherlands (Tilburg) [77]
25 March Danilo Barozzi 92 Cyclist Italy (Santa Maria Nuova) [78]
25 March Mark Blum 69 Actor United States (New York City) [79]
25 March Floyd Cardoz 59 Chef and television personality United States (Montclair) [80]
25 March Martinho Lutero Galati 66 Conductor Brazil (São Paulo) [81]
25 March Paul Goma 84 Political dissident and writer, originally Romanian France (Paris) [82]
25 March Detto Mariano 82 Musician and composer Italy (Milan) [83]
25 March Angelo Moreschi 67 Apostolic Vicar of Gambella Italy (Brescia) [84]
26 March Menggie Cobarrubias 66 Actor Philippines (Manila) [85]
26 March Ito Curata 60 Fashion designer Philippines (Muntinlupa) [86]
26 March Olle Holmquist 83 Trombonist Sweden [87]
26 March Princess María Teresa of Bourbon-Parma 86 Princess, activist and political sociologist France (Paris) [88]
26 March Naomi Munakata 64 Conductor Brazil (São Paulo) [89]
26 March Luigi Roni 78 Singer Italy (Lucca) [90]
26 March Michael Sorkin 71 Architect and critic United States (New York City) [91]
26 March Hamish Wilson 77 Actor United Kingdom (Rutherglen) [92]
26 March Daniel Yuste 75 Olympic cyclist Spain (Madrid) [93]
27 March Daniel Azulay 72 Comic book artist Brazil (Rio de Janeiro) [94]
27 March Thandika Mkandawire 79 Malawian economist Sweden (Stockholm) [95]
27 March Jesús Gayoso Rey 48 Head of GAR Spain (Logroño) [96]
27 March Stefan Lippe 64 CEO of Swiss Re (2009–2012) [97]
27 March Orlando McDaniel 59 American football player United States (Dallas) [98]
27 March Michael McKinnell 84 Architect United States (Beverly) [99]
28 March Fevzi Aksoy 89 Academic, neurologist and sports writer Turkey (Istanbul) [100]
28 March Kerstin Behrendtz 69 Radio broadcaster Sweden (Stockholm) [101]
28 March Chato Galante 71 Activist and former political prisoner Spain (Madrid) [102]
28 March Rodolfo González Rissotto 70 Minister of National Defense (1995–1996) Uruguay (Montevideo) [103]
28 March William B. Helmreich 74 Professor of Sociology at The Graduate Center, CUNY United States (Great Neck) [104]
28 March Denise Millet 86 Illustrator France (Paris) [105]
28 March Pearson Jordan 69 Sprinter, represented Barbados at the 1976 Summer Olympics United States [106]
28 March Azam Khan 93 Pakistani squash player United Kingdom (London) [107]
28 March Michel Tibon-Cornillot 97 Philosopher and anthropologist France (Paris) [108]
28 March William Wolf 94 Film and theater critic United States (New York City) [109]
29 March Beryl Bernay 94 Journalist and children's television creator United States (New York City) [110]
29 March José Luis Capón 72 Footballer Spain (Madrid) [111]
29 March Patrick Devedjian 75 President of the General Council of Hauts-de-Seine (since 2007) and Member of the National Assembly (2010–2017) France (Paris) [112]
29 March Joe Diffie 61 Country singer United States (Nashville) [113]
29 March Robert H. Garff 78 Speaker of the Utah House of Representatives (1985–1987) United States (Salt Lake City) [114]
29 March Maria Mercader 54 Television news producer and journalist United States (New York City) [115]
29 March Alan Merrill 69 Lead singer of Arrows and songwriter United States (New York City) [116]
29 March Tomas Oneborg 62 Photographer Sweden (Stockholm) [117]
29 March Francis Rapp 93 Medievalist historian France (Angers) [118]
29 March Angelo Rottoli 61 Boxer Italy (Ponte San Pietro) [119]
29 March Ken Shimura 70 Comedian Japan (Tokyo) [120]
29 March Henri Tincq 74 Journalist France (Paris) [121]
30 March Lorena Borjas 59 Mexican American transgender and immigrant rights activist United States (New York City) [122]
30 March Hilary Dwyer 74 Actress United Kingdom [123]
30 March James T. Goodrich 73 Professor of Neurosurgery at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine United States (New York City) [124]
30 March David Hodgkiss 71 Chairman of Lancashire County Cricket Club (since 2017) United Kingdom [125]
30 March Milutin Knežević 71 Serbian Orthodox Eparch of Valjevo Serbia (Belgrade) [126]
30 March Ted Monette 74 FEMA Director of the Office of Federal Coordinating Officer Operations United States (Holyoke) [127]
30 March Manuel Adolfo Varas 76 Broadcaster and sports journalist Ecuador (Guayaquil) [128]
30 March Joachim Yhombi-Opango 81 Prime Minister of the Republic of the Congo (1993–1996) and President of the Republic of the Congo (1977–1979) France (Neuilly) [129]
30 March Wilhelm Burmann 80 German-born ballet master and teacher United States (New York City) [130]
31 March Julie Bennett 88 Voice actor United States (Los Angeles) [131]
31 March Viktar Dashkevich 75 Stage actor Belarus (Vitebsk) [132]
31 March Pape Diouf 68 President of Olympique de Marseille (2005–2009) Senegal (Dakar) [133]
31 March Rafael Gómez Nieto 99 Spanish Civil War and World War II veteran, last surviving member of La Nueve France (Strasbourg) [134]
31 March James Gordon, Baron Gordon of Strathblane 83 Member of the House of Lords (since 1997) and founder of Radio Clyde United Kingdom (Glasgow) [135]
31 March Andrew Jack 76 Dialect coach and actor United Kingdom (London) [136]
31 March Cristina Monet-Palaci 64 Musician United States (New York City) [137]
31 March Gita Ramjee 63 HIV prevention researcher South Africa (Umhlanga) [138]
31 March Wallace Roney 59 Jazz trumpeter United States (Paterson) [139]
31 March Peter J. N. Sinclair 73 Economist United Kingdom [140]
31 March Turhan Kaya 68 Actor Turkey (Istanbul) [141]
1 April Branislav Blažić 63 Minister of Environmental Protection (1998–2000) Serbia (Belgrade) [142]
1 April David Driskell 88 Visual artist and academic United States (Hyattsville) [143]
1 April Kevin Duffy 87 Judge for the U.S. District Court for Southern New York (1972–1998) United States (Greenwich) [144]
1 April Bernard Epin 83 Writer and literary critic France (Paris) [145]
1 April Nur Hassan Hussein 83 Prime Minister of Somalia (2007–2009) United Kingdom (London) [146]
1 April Ellis Marsalis Jr. 85 Jazz pianist United States (New Orleans) [147]
1 April Richard Passman 94 Aeronautical engineer and space scientist United States (Silver Spring) [148]
1 April Bucky Pizzarelli 94 Jazz guitarist United States (Saddle River) [149]
1 April Adam Schlesinger 52 Songwriter, member of Fountains of Wayne United States (Poughkeepsie) [150]
1 April Dora Werzberg 99 Nurse and social worker France (Paris) [151]
2 April Goyo Benito 73 Footballer Spain (Madrid) [152]
2 April Patricia Bosworth 86 Actress and author United States (New York City) [153]
2 April Bernardita Catalla 62 Philippine ambassador to Lebanon (since 2017) Lebanon (Beirut) [154]
2 April Zaccaria Cometti 83 Footballer Italy (Romano di Lombardia) [155]
2 April François de Gaulle 98 Catholic priest and missionary France (Paris) [156]
2 April William Frankland 108 Allergist and immunologist United Kingdom (London) [157]
2 April Juan Giménez 76 Comic book artist and illustrator Argentina (Mendoza) [158]
2 April Anick Jesdanun 51 Technology reporter and editor, first internet writer for the Associated Press United States (New York City) [159]
2 April Eddie Large 78 Comedian United Kingdom (Bristol) [160]
2 April Feriha Öz 86–87 Pathologist, academic and medical doctor Turkey [161]
2 April Rodrigo Pesántez Rodas 82 Writer and poet Ecuador (Guayaquil) [162]
2 April Sergio Rossi 84 Shoe designer Italy (Cesena) [163]
2 April Aaron Rubashkin 92 Businessman United States (New York City) [164]
2 April Nirmal Singh Khalsa 67 Singer, Ragi of Darbar Sahib India (Amritsar) [165]
2 April Arnold Sowinski 89 Footballer France (Lens) [166]
2 April Aptripel Tumimomor 53 Regent of North Morowali (since 2016) Indonesia (Makassar) [167]
2 April Arthur Whistler 75 Professor of Ethnobotany at the University of Hawaii United States (Honolulu) [168]
3 April Arnold Demain 92 Professor of Industrial Microbiology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology United States (Madison) [169]
3 April Henri Ecochard 96 Military officer France (Paris) [170]
3 April Bob Glanzer 74 Member of the South Dakota House of Representatives (since 2017) United States (Sioux Falls) [171]
3 April Francisco Hernando Contreras 74 Housing developer Spain (Madrid) [172]
3 April Marguerite Lescop 104 Writer Canada (Longueuil) [173]
3 April Hans Prade 81 Surinamese ambassador to the Netherlands (1981–1982) Netherlands (Rotterdam) [174]
3 April Omar Quintana 76 President of the National Congress of Ecuador (2005) Ecuador (Guayaquil) [175]
3 April Tim Robinson 85 Writer and cartographer United Kingdom (London) [176]
3 April Yusuf Kenan Sönmez 71–72 Member of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey (1987–1991) Turkey (Balıkesir [177]
3 April Arlene Stringer-Cuevas 86 Member of the New York City Council (1976–1977) United States (New York City) [178]
4 April Jay Benedict 68 American actor United Kingdom (London) [179]
4 April Philippe Bodson 75 Member of the Senate (1999–2003) Belgium (Brussels) [180]
4 April Forrest Compton 94 Actor United States (Shelter Island) [181]
4 April Tom Dempsey 73 American football player United States (New Orleans) [182]
4 April Xavier Dor 91 Embryologist and anti-abortion activist France (Paris) [183]
4 April Ken Farnum 89 Barbadian-born Jamaican Olympic cyclist United States (New York City) [184]
4 April Lila Fenwick 87 Chief of the United Nations Human Rights Council United States (New York City) [185]
4 April Patrick Francfort 63 Member of the Gibson Brothers and drummer France (Paris) [186]
4 April Carlos González-Artigas 72 Businessman Ecuador (Guayaquil) [187]
4 April Muhammad Sirajul Islam 77 Member of the Jatiya Sangsad (1973–1982) United States (New York City) [188]
4 April Olan Montgomery 56 Actor and artist United States (New York City) [189]
4 April Marcel Moreau 86 Belgian writer France (Paris) [190]
4 April Anton Sebastianpillai 75 Doctor and author (writing as Anton Sebastian) United Kingdom (London) [191]
4 April Alexander Thynn, 7th Marquess of Bath 87 Member of the House of Lords (1992–1997) United Kingdom (Bath) [192]
4 April Naek L. Tobing 79 Doctor Indonesia (Jakarta) [193]
4 April Frida Wattenberg 95 Member of the French resistance France (Paris) [194]
4 April Leïla Menchari 93 Tunisian decorator and designer France (Paris) [195]
5 April Lee Fierro 91 Actress United States (Akron) [196]
5 April Mahmoud Jibril 67 Acting Prime Minister of Libya (2011) Egypt (Cairo) [197]
5 April Sir John Laws 74 Lord Justice of Appeal (1999–2016) United Kingdom (London) [198]
5 April Michel Parisse 83 French historian [199]
6 April Helène Aylon 89 Ecofeminist artist United States (New York City) [200]
6 April Josep Maria Benet i Jornet 79 Playwright and screenwriter Spain (Lleida) [201]
6 April Alfonso Cortina 76 President of Repsol YPF (1996–2004) Spain (Toledo) [202]
6 April Brahm Kanchibhotla 66 Journalist United States (Nassau County) [203]
6 April Jacques Le Brun 88 French historian France (Paris) [204]
6 April Mark Steiner 77 American-born mathematician and professor of Philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Israel (Jerusalem) [205]
6 April Stephen Sulyk 95 Ukrainian Catholic Archeparch emeritus of Philadelphia United States (Voorhees Township) [206]
6 April Riay Tatary 72 Chairman of the Islamic Commission of Spain (since 2016) Spain (Madrid) [207]
7 April Roger Chappot 79 Olympic ice hockey player Switzerland [208]
7 April Robert Chaudenson 82 Linguist France (Aix-en-Provence) [209]
7 April Jean-Laurent Cochet 85 Actor and director France (Paris) [210]
7 April Jacques Frémontier 89 Journalist and television producer France (Paris) [211]
7 April Allen Garfield 80 Actor United States (Los Angeles) [212]
7 April Henry Graff 98 Historian United States (Greenwich) [213]
7 April Leib Groner 88 Chabad-Lubavitch Rabbi United States (New York City) [214]
7 April Hudeidi 89 Traditional Somali Musician United Kingdom (London) [215]
7 April Mishik Kazaryan 72 Armenian-born physicist Russia (Moscow) [216]
7 April Jan Křen 89 Historian, academic and dissident Czech Republic (Prague) [217]
7 April John Percy Leon Lewis 77 Military officer Guyana (Georgetown) [218]
7 April Roger Matthews 71 British professor of Criminology at the University of Kent [219]
7 April Yaakov Perlow 89 Hasidic rabbi United States (New York City) [220]
7 April John Prine 73 Singer and songwriter United States (Nashville) [221]
7 April Nipper Read 95 British police officer and boxing administrator [222]
7 April Donato Sabia 56 Olympic middle-distance runner Italy (Potenza) [223]
7 April Tom Scully 89 Priest and football manager Ireland (Dublin) [224]
7 April Miguel Ángel Tábet 78 Venezuelan theologian and exegete Italy (Rome) [225]
7 April Ghyslain Tremblay 68 Actor and comedian Canada (Montreal) [226]
7 April Hal Willner 64 Music producer United States (New York City) [227]
8 April Leila Benitez-McCollum 89 Filipino-American television and radio host United States (New York City) [228]
8 April Robert L. Carroll 81 American-Canadian vertebrate paleontologist and director of the Redpath Museum (1985–1991) Canada (Montreal) [229]
8 April Martin S. Fox 95 American publisher [230]
8 April Miguel Jones 81 Footballer Spain (Madrid) [231]
8 April Bernie Juskiewicz 77 Member of the Vermont House of Representatives (2013–2019) United States (Vermont) [232]
8 April Francesco La Rosa 93 Footballer Italy (Milan) [233]
8 April Henri Madelin 83 Jesuit priest and theologian France (Lille) [234]
8 April Rick May 79 Canadian-American voice actor and theatrical performer, director and teacher United States (Seattle) [235]
9 April Reggie Bagala 54 Member of the Louisiana House of Representatives (since 2020) United States (Raceland) [236]
9 April Marc Engels 54 Belgian sound engineer [237]
9 April Harvey Goldstein 80 British statistician [238]
9 April Ho Kam Ming 95 Macanese-born Canadian martial artist Canada (Toronto) [239]
9 April Liliane Marchais 84 Activist France (Paris) [240]
9 April David Méresse 89 French footballer and coach [241]
9 April Lee Nurse 43 Cricketer United Kingdom (Basingstoke) [242]
9 April Vitor Sapienza 86 Member of the Legislative Assembly of São Paulo (1987–2019) Brazil (São Paulo) [243]
9 April Dmitri Smirnov 71 Russian-born British composer United Kingdom (London) [244]
10 April Rifat Chadirji 93 Iraqi architect, photographer and activist United Kingdom (London) [245]
10 April Frits Flinkevleugel 80 Footballer Netherlands (Amsterdam) [246]
10 April Ceybil Jefferies 57–58 House and R&B vocalist United States (New York City) [247]
10 April Marianne Lundquist 88 Olympic swimmer Sweden (Stockholm) [248]
10 April Enrique Múgica 88 Ombudsman of Spain (2000–2010), Minister of Justice (1988–1991) and Member of the Congress of Deputies (1977–2000) Spain (Madrid) [249]
10 April Bas Mulder 88 Dutch-Surinamese priest Netherlands (Boxmeer) [250]
10 April Jacob Plange-Rhule 62 Rector of the Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons (since 2015) Ghana (Accra) [251]
10 April Iris M. Zavala 83 Puerto Rican author, independence activist and intellectual Spain (Madrid) [252]
11 April Simon Barrington-Ward 89 Member of the House of Lords (1991–1997) and Bishop of Coventry (1985–1997) United Kingdom [253]
11 April Hélène Châtelain 84 French actress and director France (Paris) [254]
11 April Stanley Chera 77 Real estate executive United States (New York City) [255]
11 April John Horton Conway 82 British mathematician United States (New Brunswick) [256]
11 April Wynn Handman 97 Artistic director United States (New York City) [257]
11 April Gillian Wise 84 English abstract artist France (Paris) [258]
12 April Francisco Aritmendi 81 Olympic long-distance runner Spain (Guadalajara) [259]
12 April Brian Arrowsmith 79 British footballer and manager [260]
12 April Eliyahu Bakshi-Doron 79 Sephardi Chief Rabbi of Israel (1993–2003) Israel (Jerusalem) [261]
12 April Maurice Barrier 87 Actor and singer France (Montbard) [262]
12 April Claude Beauchamp 80 Editor and journalist Canada (Montreal) [263]
12 April Tim Brooke-Taylor 79 Comedian United Kingdom [264]
12 April Victor Batista Falla 87 Editor and publisher Cuba (Havana) [265]
12 April André Manaranche 93 Jesuit priest and theologian France (Lille) [266]
12 April Joel M. Reed 86 Filmmaker and screenwriter United States (New York City) [267]
12 April Jaime Ruiz Sacristán 70 Chairman of the Mexican Stock Exchange (since 2015) Mexico (Mexico City) [268]
12 April Carlos Seco Serrano 96 Historian Spain (Madrid) [269]
12 April Khalif Mumin Tohow 58 Minister of Justice of Hirshabelle State (since 2017) Somalia (Mogadishu) [270]
12 April Samuel Wembé 73 Member of the National Assembly (1983–1987) Cameroon (Douala) [271]
12 April Kishen Bholasing 35 Surinamese singer and percussionist Netherlands (Amsterdam) [272]
13 April Baldiri Alavedra 76 Spanish footballer [273]
13 April Gil Bailey 84 Jamaican radio broadcaster United States (New York City) [274]
13 April Juan Cotino 70 President of the Corts Valencianes (2011–2014) and Director General of the Police (1996–2002) Spain (Valencia) [275]
13 April Jerry Givens 67 Executioner and anti-death penalty advocate United States (Richmond) [276]
13 April Philippe Lécrivain 78 Jesuit priest and historian France (Paris) [277]
13 April Thomas Kunz 81 American biologist [278]
13 April Benjamin Levin 93 Lithuanian-born Israeli partisan and Holocaust survivor United States (New York City) [279]
13 April Sarah Maldoror 90 Filmmaker France (Paris) [280]
13 April Dennis G. Peters 82 Electrochemist United States (Bloomington) [281]
13 April Avrohom Pinter 71 Rabbi and politician United Kingdom (London) [282]
13 April Zafar Sarfraz 50 Cricketer Pakistan (Peshawar) [283]
13 April Bernard Stalter 63 Regional Councillor of Grand Est for Bas-Rhin (since 2016) France (Strasbourg) [284]
13 April Ann Sullivan 91 Animator United States (Los Angeles) [285]
14 April Haydar Baş 73 Leader of the Independent Turkey Party (since 2002) Turkey (Trabzon) [286]
14 April Helen Damico 89 Scholar of Old English literature United States [287]
14 April Danny Delaney 77 Footballer and hurler Ireland (Portlaoise) [288]
14 April Aldo di Cillo Pagotto 70 Archbishop of Paraíba (2004–2016) Brazil (Fortaleza) [289]
14 April Margit Feldman 90 Holocaust survivor United States (New Jersey) [290]
14 April William H. Gerdts 91 American art historian [291]
14 April Michael Gilkes 87 Guyanese writer United Kingdom (London) [292]
14 April Cyril Lawrence 99 Footballer United Kingdom (Farnworth) [293]
14 April Maria de Sousa 80 Immunologist Portugal (Lisbon) [294]
14 April Ella King Russell Torrey 94 Human rights activist and aide to Eleanor Roosevelt United States (Philadelphia) [295]
14 April Peter Whiteside 67 Olympic modern pentathlete United Kingdom (Peterborough) [296]
15 April Adam Alsing 51 Radio and television host Sweden (Stockholm) [297]
15 April Allen Daviau 77 Cinematographer (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, The Color Purple, Empire of the Sun) United States (Los Angeles) [298]
15 April Henry Grimes 84 Jazz bassist United States (New York City) [299]
15 April Bruce Myers 78 Actor and comedian France (Paris) [300]
15 April Sir John Houghton 88 Atmospheric physicist United Kingdom (Dolgellau) [301]
15 April Milena Jelinek 84 Czech-American screenwriter United States (New York City) [302]
15 April Lee Konitz 92 Jazz composer and alto saxophonist United States (New York City) [303]
15 April John Pfahl 81 Photographer United States (Buffalo) [304]
15 April Shahin Shahablou 56 Iranian photographer United Kingdom (London) [305]
15 April Gérard Mulumba Kalemba 82 Bishop of Mweka (1989–2016) Democratic Republic of the Congo (Kinshasa) [306]
15 April Ülkü Azrak 86–87 Academic, lawyer and a founder of the Istanbul University School of Political Sciences Turkey (Istanbul) [307]
16 April Francesco Di Carlo 79 Italian mobster (Sicilian Mafia) and pentito France (Paris) [308]
16 April Santiago Lanzuela 71 Member of the Congress of Deputies (2000–2014) and President of the Government of Aragon (1995–1999) Spain (Madrid) [309]
16 April Henry Miller 89 Lawyer and jurist United States (New York City) [310]
16 April Luis Sepúlveda 70 Chilean writer Spain (Oviedo) [311]
16 April Glider Ushñahua 51 Member of the Congress of the Republic of Peru (2016–2019) Peru (Pucallpa) [312]
17 April Bennie G. Adkins 86 United States Army soldier and a recipient of the Medal of Honor United States (Opelika) [313]
17 April Norman Hunter 76 Footballer United Kingdom [314]
17 April Abba Kyari 67 Chief of Staff to the President of Nigeria (since 2015) Nigeria (Lagos) [315]
17 April Giuseppi Logan 84 Jazz musician United States (New York City) [316]
17 April Iris Love 86 Archaeologist and dog breeder United States (New York City) [317]
17 April Lukman Niode 56 Olympic swimmer Indonesia (Jakarta) [318]
17 April Arlene Saunders 89 Operatic soprano United States (New York City) [319]
17 April Matthew Seligman 64 Bass guitarist, member of The Soft Boys and Thompson Twins United Kingdom (London) [320]
17 April Gene Shay 85 Disc jockey United States (Wynnewood) [321]
17 April Jesús Vaquero 70 Professor of Neurosurgery at the Autonomous University of Madrid Spain (Madrid) [322]
18 April Erik Belfrage 74 Diplomat and businessman Sweden (Stockholm) [323]
18 April Gulshan Ewing 92 Indian journalist United Kingdom (London) [324]
18 April Martine Crefcoeur 84 Dutch actress Netherlands (Rotterdam) [325]
18 April Gangchen Tulku Rinpoche 78 Tibetan-Italian lama Italy (Verbania) [326]
18 April Sékou Kourouma 63–64 Chief of Staff to the President of Guinea (since 2018) Guinea (Conakry) [327]
18 April Bob Lazier 81 Race car driver United States (Denver) [328]
18 April Jack Lotz 86 Wrestling referee United States (New York City) [329]
18 April Urano Navarrini 74 Football player and manager Italy (Milan) [330]
18 April Jacques Rosny 81 Actor France (Paris) [331]
19 April Steve Dalkowski 80 Baseball player United States (New Britain) [332]
19 April Noach Dear 66 Justice of the New York Supreme Court (since 2015) United States (New York City) [333]
19 April Terry Doran 80 Pop music manager and music publishing executive, known for his association with the Beatles United Kingdom (London) [334]
19 April Claude Lafortune 83 Paper sculptor, set designer and television personality Canada (Longueuil) [335]
19 April Philippe Nahon 81 Actor France (Paris) [336]
19 April Sergio Onofre Jarpa 99 Minister of the Interior (1983–1985) Chile (Las Condes) [337]
19 April Alexander Vustin 76 Composer Russia (Moscow) [338]
20 April Heherson Alvarez 80 Commissioner on the Climate Change Commission (2009–2016) and Member of the Senate (1987–1998) Philippines (Manila) [339]
20 April H. G. Carrillo 59 Novelist United States (Washington, D.C.) [340]
20 April Tom Mulholland 84 Footballer Ireland (Drogheda) [341]
20 April Manjeet Singh Riyat 52 Doctor United Kingdom (Derby) [342]
20 April Josep Sala Mañé 82 Casteller Spain (Vilafranca del Penedès) [343]
21 April Dave Bacuzzi 79 British footballer Ireland (Dublin) [344]
21 April Belco Bah 61–62 Member of the National Assembly of Mali (since 2013) Mali (Niono) [345]
21 April José María Calleja 64 Journalist, political prisoner and anti-ETA activist Spain (Madrid) [346]
21 April Philip Foglia 69 Lawyer, civic activist and advocate for Italian American rights issues United States (New York City) [347]
21 April Jack Taylor 84 Member of the Colorado Senate (2000–2008) and House of Representatives (1992–2000) United States (Steamboat Springs) [348]
21 April Donald Kennedy 88 Scientist, public administrator, and academic United States (Redwood City) [349]
21 April Teruyuki Okazaki 88 Japanese karate master United States (Philadelphia) [350]
21 April Joel Rogosin 87 Television producer and writer (The Virginian, Ironside, Magnum, P.I.) United States (Woodland Hills) [351]
21 April Jacques Pellen 63 Jazz guitarist France (Brest) [352]
21 April Gerson Peres 88 Member of the Chamber of Deputies (1983–2003 and 2007–2011) Brazil (Belém) [353]
21 April Miguel Ángel Troitiño 72–73 Human geographer, expert on cultural tourism and heritage preservation Spain (Madrid) [354]
21 April Koos van den Berg 77 Member of the House of Representatives (1986–2002) Netherlands (Nunspeet) [355]
22 April El Príncipe Gitano 88 Flamenco singer and dancer Spain (Mandayona) [356]
22 April Julian Perry Robinson 78 British chemist [357]
22 April Bootsie Barnes 82 Jazz saxophonist United States (Philadelphia) [358]
23 April Peter Gill 89 Golfer United Kingdom (Maidstone) [359]
23 April Fred the Godson 35 DJ and rapper United States (New York City) [360]
23 April Kumiko Okae 63 Actress, voice actress and television presenter Japan (Tokyo) [361]
23 April Henk Overgoor 75 Footballer Netherlands (Amsterdam) [362]
24 April Carlos Ernesto Escobar Mejía 57 U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainee United States (National City) [363]
24 April Burton Rose 77 Nephrologist United States (Newton) [364]
24 April Mike Huckaby 54 Deep house DJ United States (Detroit) [365]
24 April Yukio Okamoto 74 Diplomat and diplomatic analyst Japan (Tokyo) [366]
25 April Alan Abel 91 Percussionist and music educator United States (Wynnewood) [367]
25 April Ricardo Brennand 92 Businessman, engineer and art collector Brazil (Recife) [368]
25 April Henri Kichka 94 Holocaust survivor Belgium (Brussels) [369]
25 April Madeline Kripke 76 Book collector United States (New York) [370]
25 April Robert Mandell 90 American conductor United Kingdom (Leicester) [371]
25 April Gunnar Seijbold 65 Photographer Sweden (Stockholm) [372]
26 April Emilio Allué 85 Spanish-born auxiliary bishop emeritus of Boston United States (Boston) [373]
26 April Laura Bernal 64 Argentine ambassador to Ireland (since 2016) Ireland (Dublin) [374]
26 April Miquéias Fernandes 69 Member of the Legislative Assembly of Amazonas (1991–2002) Brazil (Manaus) [375]
26 April[a] John Rowlands 73 English footballer [376]
26 April Badruddin Shaikh 67 Leader of Opposition in Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (since 2010) India (Ahmedabad) [377]
26 April Henri Weber 75 Member of the European Parliament (2004–2014) and Member of the Senate (1995–2004) France (Avignon) [378]
27 April Rabbi Yehudah Jacobs 80–89 Mashgiach ruchani at Beth Medrash Govoha United States (Lakewood Township) [379]
27 April James Mahoney 62 Pulmonologist and internist United States (New York City) [380]
27 April Zafar Rasheed Bhatti 70 Journalist Pakistan (Rawalpindi) [381]
27 April Asdrubal Bentes 80 Member of the Chamber of Deputies (1987–1991; 1997–1999 and 2001–2014) Brazil (Belém) [382]
27 April Francesco Perrone 89 Olympic long-distance runner Italy (Bari) [383]
27 April Troy Sneed 52 Gospel musician United States (Jacksonville) [384]
27 April Chavalit Soemprungsuk 80 Thai-born painter, sculptor, and printmaker Netherlands (Amsterdam) [385]
28 April David Boe 84 Organist United States (Chicago) [386]
28 April Silas Silvius Njiru 91 Kenyan Roman Catholic prelate, former bishop of Meru Italy (Turin) [387]
28 April Syahrul 59 Mayor of Tanjung Pinang (since 2018) Indonesia (Tanjung Pinang) [388]
29 April Germano Celant 80 Art historian, critic and curator Italy (Milan) [389]
29 April Martin Lovett 93 Member of the Amadeus Quartet and cellist United Kingdom (London) [390]
29 April Dick Lucas 86 American football player United States (Philadelphia) [391]
29 April Noel Walsh 84 Military Officer, footballer, manager and administrator Ireland (Ennis) [392]
30 April Óscar Chávez 85 Singer Mexico (Mexico City) [393]
30 April Jean-Marc Manducher 71 Businessman and sports executive France (Bourg-en-Bresse) [394]
30 April Sylvie Vincent 79 Anthropologist and ethnologist Canada (Montreal) [395]
30 April Suleiman Adamu 57 Member of the Nasarawa State House of Assembly (since 2015) Nigeria (Keffi) [396]
1 May Yu Lihua 88 Chinese-American writer United States (Washington, D.C.) [397]
1 May África Lorente Castillo 65 Member of the Parliament of Catalonia (1984–1988) Spain (Castelldefels) [398]
1 May Fernando Sandoval 77 Olympic water polo player Brazil (São Paulo) [399]
2 May Allah Yar Ansari 77 Member of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab (1997–1999) Pakistan (Sargodha) [400][401]
2 May[a] Justa Barrios 63 American home care worker and labor organizer [402]
2 May Jim Cross 87 Ice hockey player and coach United States (Savannah) [403]
2 May Jim Henderson 79 Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario (1985–1995) Canada (Toronto) [404]
2 May Daniel S. Kemp 83 American organic chemist United States (Concord) [405]
2 May Ralph McGehee 92 Intelligence officer United States (Falmouth) [406]
2 May Munir Mangal 70 Commander of the Afghan National Police (2010–2016) Afghanistan (Kabul) [407]
2 May John Ogilvie 91 Footballer United Kingdom (Leicester) [408]
2 May Meyer Rubin 96 Geologist United States (Manassas) [409]
2 May Ajay Kumar Tripathi 62 Judicial Member of Lokpal (since 2019) and Chief Justice of Chhattisgarh High Court (2018–2019) India (New Delhi) [410]
3 May Dave Greenfield 71 Member of The Stranglers and keyboardist United Kingdom [411]
3 May Ömer Döngeloğlu 52 Theologian Turkey (Istanbul) [412]
3 May Tendol Gyalzur 69 Tibetan-Swiss humanitarian Switzerland (Chur) [413]
3 May Roy Lester 96 American football player and coach United States (Rockville) [414]
3 May Mohamed Ben Omar 55 Minister of Employment, Labor and Social Protection (since 2017) Niger (Niamey) [415]
4 May Aldir Blanc 73 Author and lyricist Brazil (Rio de Janeiro) [416]
4 May Motoko Fujishiro Huthwaite 92 Preservationist (Monuments Men) United States (Westland) [417]
4 May Dragan Vučić 64 Composer and singer North Macedonia (Skopje) [418]
5 May Brian Axsmith 57 Paleobotanist and ecology professor United States [419]
5 May Ciro Pessoa 62 Singer-songwriter Brazil (São Paulo) [420]
6 May Jacques Reymond 69 Swiss ski trainer [421]
7 May Princess Diana of Bourbon-Parma 87 Princess of the House of Bourbon-Parma Germany (Hamburg) [422]
7 May Daniel Cauchy 90 French actor and film producer France [423]
7 May Daisy Lúcidi 90 Member of the Legislative Assembly of Rio de Janeiro (1980–1988), Actress and radio broadcaster Brazil (Rio de Janeiro) [424]
7 May Ty 47 Rapper United Kingdom [425]
7 May Joyce Davidson 89 Television presenter Canada (Toronto) [426]
7 May Antonio González Pacheco 73 Police inspector Spain (Madrid) [427]
8 May Lúcia Braga 85 Member of the Chamber of Deputies (1987–1995 and 2003–2007) Brazil (João Pessoa) [428][429][430]
8 May Jesus Chediak 78 Actor, film director, producer and writer Brazil (Rio de Janeiro) [431]
8 May Vicente André Gomes 68 Member of the Chamber of Deputies (1995–1999) Brazil (Recife) [432]
8 May Dimitris Kremastinos 78 Member of the Hellenic Parliament (2009–2019), Vice President of the Hellenic Parliament (2015–2019) and Minister of Health (1993–1996) Greece (Athens) [433]
8 May Roy Horn 75 Member of Siegfried & Roy, stage magician and lion tamer United States (Las Vegas) [434]
8 May Carl Tighe 70 Author, scholar of Eastern European literature United Kingdom [435]
9 May Johannes Beck 97 Jesuit priest and social ethicist Germany (Munich) [436]
9 May Carlos José 85 Singer-songwriter Brazil (Rio de Janeiro) [437]
9 May Abraham Palatnik 92 Artist and inventor Brazil (Rio de Janeiro) [438]
10 May David Corrêa 82 Singer-songwriter Brazil (Rio de Janeiro) [439]
10 May Anwarul Kabir Talukdar 76 Minister of Power (2006) and Member of the Jatiya Sangsad (2001–2006) Bangladesh (Dhaka) [440]
10 May Sérgio Sant'Anna 78 Writer Brazil (Rio de Janeiro) [441]
10 May Hari Vasudevan 68 Historian India (Kolkata) [442]
10 May Abdikani Mohamed Wa'ays 92 Somalian Ambassador to Egypt and the Arab League (since 2018) Kuwait [443]
11 May Alberto Carpani 64 Singer Italy (Portofino) [444]
11 May Ann Katharine Mitchell 97 Cryptanalyst and psychologist United Kingdom (Edinburgh) [445]
12 May Renée Claude 80 Singer and actress Canada (Montreal) [446]
12 May Morris Hood III 54 Member of the Michigan Senate (2010–2018) and Michigan House of Representatives (2002–2008) United States (Ann Arbor) [447]
12 May Clarence Mini 68 Chairperson of the Council of Medical Schemes, uMkhonto we Sizwe, AIDS activist. South Africa (Johannesburg) [448][449]
13 May Afwerki Abraha 71 Eritrean diplomat United Kingdom (London) [450]
13 May Anthony Bailey 87 Writer and art historian United Kingdom (Harwich) [451]
13 May Riad Ismat 72 Minister of Culture of Syria (2010–2012) United States (Chicago) [452]
13 May Shobushi 28 Sumo wrestler Japan (Tokyo) [453]
13 May Patrick Simon 64 Mayor of Villers-Bretonneux (since 2008), proponent of Australia–France relations France (Amiens) [454]
13 May Yoshio 70 Singer Mexico (Mexico City) [455]
14 May Anisuzzaman 83 Bangladeshi writer, activist and National Professor Bangladesh (Dhaka) [456]
15 May Claes Borgström 75 Lawyer Sweden (Stockholm) [457]
15 May Olga Savary 86 Writer and literary critic Brazil (Teresópolis) [458][459]
16 May Mário Chermont 83 Member of the Chamber of Deputies (1991–1995) Brazil (Belém) [460]
16 May Wilson Roosevelt Jerman 91 White House butler to 11 U.S. presidents United States (Woodbridge) [461]
16 May Pilar Pellicer 82 Actress Mexico (Mexico City) [462]
17 May Wilson Braga 88 Member of the Chamber of Deputies (1967–1982, 1995–2003 and 2007–2011) and Governor of Paraíba (1983–1987) Brazil (João Pessoa) [429][430]
17 May Ratnakar Matkari 81 Writer and film producer India (Mumbai) [463]
18 May Bill Olner 78 Member of Parliament (1992–2010) United Kingdom (Nuneaton) [464]
18 May Vincent Malone 88 Auxiliary Bishop of Liverpool (1989–2006) United Kingdom (Liverpool) [465]
19 May Annie Glenn 100 Disability rights advocate and widow of John Glenn United States (Saint Paul) [466]
19 May Ken Nightingall 92 Sound engineer United Kingdom [467][468]
19 May Gil Vianna 54 Member of the Legislative Assembly of Rio de Janeiro (since 2017) Brazil (Campos dos Goytacazes) [469]
20 May Shaheen Raza 60 Member of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab (since 2018) Pakistan (Lahore) [470]
20 May Syed Fazal Agha 78 Member of the Provincial Assembly of Balochistan (since 2018), Governor of Balochistan (1999) and Deputy Chairman of the Senate (1988–1991) Pakistan (Karachi) [471]
20 May Denis Farkasfalvy 83 Hungarian-born Cistercian abbot and theologian United States (Irving) [472]
21 May Kamrun Nahar Putul 65 Member of the Jatiya Sangsad (1996–2001) Bangladesh (Bogura) [473]
21 May Hugo Ryckeboer 84 Dialectologist Belgium (Oudenaarde) [474]
23 May Jitendra Nath Pande 79 Professor of Medicine at the All India Institute of Medical Studies India (New Delhi) [475]
24 May Mukar Cholponbayev 70 Chairman of The Legislative Assembly of Kyrgyzstan (1995–1996) and Minister of Justice (1993–1995) Kyrgyzstan (Bishkek) [476]
24 May Makbul Hossain 70 Member of the Jatiya Sangsad (1996–2001) Bangladesh (Dhaka) [477]
24 May Hussain Ahmad Kanjo Minister for Science and Technology of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (2002–2007) Pakistan (Kanju) [478]
24 May Dinaldo Wanderley 69 Member of the Legislative Assembly of Paraíba (2007–2010) Brazil (João Pessoa) [479]
25 May Ismail Gamadiid Minister of Agriculture, the Environment, and Climate Change of Puntland (since 2019) Somalia (Mogadishu) [480]
25 May Marv Luster 82 American CFL player United States (Charlotte) [481]
26 May Samvel Gasparov 81 Film director Russia (Moscow) [482]
26 May Vladimir Lopukhin 68 Minister of Energy (1991–1992) Russia (Moscow) [483]
27 May Nicholas Rinaldi 86 American poet and novelist United States (Bridgeport) [484]
28 May David Owen Brooks 65 Convicted murderer, accomplice to serial killer Dean Corll United States (Galveston) [485]
28 May Claude Goasguen 75 Member of the National Assembly (since 1997) France (Paris) [486]
28 May Robert M. Laughlin 85 Anthropologist and linguist. Preserver of the Tzotzil language United States (Arlington) [487]
28 May Celine Fariala Mangaza 52 Disabilities activist Democratic Republic of Congo (Bukavu) [488]
29 May Evaldo Gouveia 91 Singer-songwriter Brazil (Fortaleza) [489]
29 May Célio Taveira 79 Footballer Brazil (João Pessoa) [490]
31 May Dan van Husen 75 German actor United Kingdom (Ilminster) [491]
2 June Ghulam Murtaza Baloch 55 Member of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh (since 2016) Pakistan (Karachi) [492]
2 June Chris Trousdale 34 Actor and singer United States (Los Angeles) [493]
3 June Shaukat Manzoor Cheema 66 Member of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab (since 2008) Pakistan (Lahore) [494]
3 June Mian Jamshed Uddin Kakakhel 65 Member of the Provincial Assembly of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (since 2018) Pakistan (Islamabad) [495]
3 June Adriano Silva 49 Member of the Legislative Assembly of Mato Grosso (2016) Brazil (Cuiabá) [496][497]
4 June Fabiana Anastácio 45 Singer Brazil (São Paulo) [498]
4 June Dulce Nunes 90 Actress and singer-songwriter Brazil (Rio de Janeiro) [499]
5 June Carlos Lessa 83 President of the Brazilian Development Bank (2003–2004) Brazil (Rio de Janeiro) [500]
5 June Antonio Rodríguez de las Heras 72 Historian Spain (Madrid) [501]
6 June Dietmar Seyferth 91 German-born American chemist United States (Lexington) [502][503]


7 June Manuel Felguérez 91 Abstract artist Mexico (Mexico City) [504]
7 June Lynika Strozier 35 Biologist United States (Chicago) [505]
8 June Sardar Dur Muhammad Nasir 61 Member of the Provincial Assembly of Balochistan (2013–2018) Pakistan (Karachi) [506]
10 June Jayaraman Anbazhagan 62 Member of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly (2001–2006 and since 2011) India (Chennai) [507]
10 June Araceli Herrero Figueroa 71 Writer Spain (Lugo) [508]
12 June Ali Hadi 53 Footballer Iraq (Baghdad) [509]
13 June Mohammed Nasim 72 Member of the Jatiya Sangsad (1986–1987, 1991–1995, 1996–2006, since 2014), Minister of Health and Family Welfare (2014–2019), Minister of Home Affairs (1999–2001) Bangladesh (Dhaka) [510]
13 June Sheikh Md Abdullah 74 Minister of State of Religious Affairs of Bangladesh (since 2019) Bangladesh (Dhaka) [511]
14 June Elsa Joubert 97 Writer South Africa (Cape Town) [512]
14 June Pierre Lumbi 70 Minister of Foreign Affairs (1992–1994) and Minister of State for Infrastructure, Public Works and Reconstruction (2007–2010) Democratic Republic of the Congo (Kinshasa) [513]
14 June Aarón Padilla Gutiérrez 77 Footballer Mexico (Guadalajara) [514]
14 June Haroldo Rodas 74 Minister of Foreign Affairs (2008–2012) Guatemala (Guatemala City) [515]
14 June Raj Mohan Vohra 88 Lieutenant General India (New Delhi) [516]
14 June Tawfiq al-Yasiri Politician Iraq [517]
15 June Renato de Jesus 57 Member of the Legislative Assembly of Rio de Janeiro (1995–2002; 2005–2006 and 2008–2010) Brazil (Rio de Janeiro) [518][519]
15 June Zé Gentil 80 Member of the Legislative Assembly of Maranhão (1987–1991; 1995–1999 and since 2019) Brazil (Teresina) [520]
15 June Giulio Giorello 75 Philosopher, mathematician, and epistemologist Italy (Milan) [521]
15 June Adebayo Osinowo 64 Senator (since 2019) Nigeria (Lagos) [522]
15 June Badar Uddin Ahmed Kamran 69 Mayor of Sylhet City Corporation (2003–2013) Bangladesh (Dhaka) [523]
16 June Haribhau Jawale 67 Member of the Lok Sabha (2009–2019) India (Mumbai) [524]
16 June Paulinho Paiakan 66 Leader of the indigenous Kayapo people Brazil (Redenção) [525]
17 June Mário Calixto Filho 73 Senator (2004–2005) Brazil (Porto Velho) [526]
17 June Trần Ngọc Châu 96 Vietnamese soldier and politician United States (Los Angeles) [527]
17 June Dan Foster 61 American radio personality Nigeria (Lagos) [528]
18 June Mikhail Ignatyev 58 Head of the Chuvash Republic (2010–2020) Russia (Saint Petersburg) [529]
20 June Kamal Lohani 85 Director general of Shilpakala Academy (2009–2011) Bangladesh (Dhaka) [530]
20 June Mufti Muhammad Naeem 64 Chancellor of Jamia Binoria Pakistan (Karachi) [531]
21 June Marconi Alencar 81 Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ceará (1971–1987) Brazil (Fortaleza) [532][533]
21 June György Bálint 100 Member of the National Assembly (1994–1998) and horticulturist Hungary (Kistarcsa) [534]
21 June Talib Jauhari 80 Islamic scholar Pakistan (Karachi) [531]
21 June Bernardino Piñera 104 Roman Catholic Bishop of Temuco (1960–1977) and Archbishop of La Serena (1983–1990) Chile (Santiago) [535]
21 June Ahmed Radhi 56 Footballer Iraq (Baghdad) [536]
21 June Ken Snow 50 Soccer player United States (Port Huron) [537]
24 June Mohammed Yaseen Mohammed 57 Iraqi Olympic weightlifter Sweden [538]
23 June Jean-Michel Bokamba-Yangouma 80 Secretary-general of the Congolese Trade Union Confederation (1974–1997) Republic of the Congo (Brazzaville) [539]
23 June Arthur Keaveney 68 Historian (classicist) United Kingdom [540][541]
23 June Jampel Lodoy 44 Kamby Lama of Tuva (2005–2010, since 2019) Russia (Kyzyl) [542]
25 June Abiola Ajimobi 70 Senator (2004–2007) and Governor of Oyo State (2011–2019) Nigeria (Lagos) [543]
25 June Papaléo Paes 67 Senator (2003–2011) and Vice Governor of Amapá (2015–2018) Brazil (Macapá) [544]
26 June Munawar Hasan 78 Member of the National Assembly (1977) and Emir of Jamaat-e-Islami (2009–2014) Pakistan (Karachi) [531]
26 June Félix Mendonça 92 Member of the Chamber of Deputies (1983–1987 and 1991–2011) Brazil (Salvador) [545]
26 June Faqir Nabi 67 Afghan cinema and Bollywood actor Afghanistan (Kabul) [546]
27 June Antonio Cuenco 84 Member of the Philippines House of Representatives (1965–1969; 1987–1998 and 2001–2010) Philippines [547]
27 June Ilija Petković 74 Football player and coach Serbia (Belgrade) [548]
28 June Nasir Ajanah 64 Chief Judge of Kogi State (since 2004) Nigeria (Gwagwalada) [549]
29 June Abdullah al Mohsin Chowdhury 57 Defence Secretary (since 2020) Bangladesh (Dhaka) [550]
1 July Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie 63 CEO of the Forestry Commission (since 2017) Ghana (Accra) [551]
1 July Santiago Manuin Valera 63 Leader of the indigenous Awajún people Peru (Chiclayo) [552]
1 July Eurídice Moreira 81 Member of the Legislative Assembly of Paraíba (1995–1998) Brazil (João Pessoa) [553]
2 July Wanderley Mariz 79 Member of the Chamber of Deputies (1975–1987) Brazil (Natal) [554]
3 July Scott Erskine 57 American serial killer United States (California) [555]
4 July Bhakti Charu Swami 74 Indian spiritual teacher (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) United States (Florida) [556]
4 July Brandis Kemp 76 Actress United States (Los Angeles) [557]
5 July Ragaa Al Geddawy 85 Actress Egypt (Ismailia) [558]
5 July Antônio Bivar 81 Author and playwright Brazil (São Paulo) [559]
5 July Nick Cordero 41 Canadian actor United States (Los Angeles) [560]
5 July Ayatullah Durrani 64 Member of Parliament (2008–2013) and Minister of Industries and Production (2008-2011) Pakistan (Quetta) [561]
5 July Mahendra Yadav 70 Member of the Delhi Legislative Assembly (1998–2003) India (New Delhi) [562]
6 July Suresh Amonkar 68 Member of the Goa Legislative Assembly (1999–2007 and 2012-2017) and Minister of Health for Goa (2000-2002) India (Goa) [563]
6 July Julio Jimenez 55 Member of the Chamber of Deputies (since 2015) Bolivia (Cochabamba) [564]
6 July Gordon Kegakilwe 53 Member of the North West Provincial Legislature (2009–2013, 2014-2016 and since 2019) and North West MEC for Cooperative Governance, Human Settlement and Traditional Affairs (since 2019) South Africa (Klerksdorp) [565]
7 July Hernán Alemán 65 Member of the National Assembly of Venezuela (since 2011) and mayor of Cabimas (1989–1996, 2000–2008) Colombia (Bogotá) [566]
8 July Ricardo Mthembu 50 Member of the KwaZulu-Natal Legislature (since 2019) and Mayor of KwaDukuza (2011–2019) South Africa (KwaDukuza) [567]
8 July Noloyiso Sandile 56 Regent of the Royal House of the AmaRharhabe South Africa (Mdantsane) [568]
8 July Howard Schoenfield 62 Tennis player United States (South Beach) [569]
9 July Agustín Alezzo 84 Theater director Argentina (Buenos Aires) [570]
9 July Marlene Catzín Cih 66 Mayor of Maxcanú (1994–1995, 2010–2012, since 2018) Mexico (Mérida) [571]
9 July Mohamed Kouradji 68 Football referee Algeria (Constantine) [572]
10 July Corra Dirksen 82 Rugby player South Africa (Vereeniging) [573]
10 July Ghaida Kambash 46 Member of the Council of Representatives of Iraq (since 2010) Iraq (Baghdad) [574]
10 July Cosmas Magaya 66 Mbira musician Zimbabwe (Harare) [575]
12 July Raymundo Capetillo 76 Actor Mexico (Mexico City) [576]
12 July Nelson Meurer 77 Member of the Chamber of Deputies (1995–2019) Brazil (Francisco Beltrão) [577]
12 July Alfred Mtsi 69 Member of the Eastern Cape Provincial Legislature (1999–2014) South Africa (East London) [578]
13 July Hasan al-Lawzi 68 Acting Prime Minister of Yemen (2011) Egypt (Cairo) [579]
13 July Juraci Leite 88 Member of the Legislative Assembly of Piauí (1983–1991 and 1995–2015) Brazil (Teresina) [580][581]
13 July Luis Arias Graziani 94 Minister of Aeronautics (1978–1980) and Chief of the Joint Command (1979) Peru (Lima) [582]
13 July Nurul Islam Babul 74 Founder of Jamuna Group Bangladesh (Dhaka) [583]
13 July Kenneth Church 90 Canadian born Thoroughbred racing jockey United States (Reno) [584]
14 July Muhammad Mohaiminul Islam 78 Chief of Naval Staff (1991–1995) Bangladesh (Dhaka) [585]
14 July Caesar Korolenko 86 Psychiatrist Russia (Novosibirsk) [586]
14 July Stephen Susman 79 Attorney United States (Houston) [587]
15 July Eugenio Scarpellini 66 Italian-born Roman Catholic Bishop of El Alto Bolivia (El Alto) [588]
16 July Patrick Ellis 77 Radio personality United States (Annapolis) [589]
16 July Cornelius Mwalwanda Economist Malawi (Lilongwe) [590]
16 July Neela Satyanarayanan 72 Author and civil servant India (Mumbai) [591]
16 July Víctor Víctor 71 Singer-songwriter Dominican Republic (Santo Domingo) [592]
17 July José Paulo de Andrade 78 Journalist Brazil (São Paulo) [593]
17 July Moussa Benhamadi 67 Member of the People's National Assembly (2002–2007), CEO of Algérie Télécom (2008–2010), and Minister of Communication (2010–2012) Algeria (Bordj Bou Arréridj) [594]
17 July Angela von Nowakonski 67 Physician Brazil (Campinas) [595]
18 July Charles Bukeko 58 Actor and comedian Kenya (Nairobi) [596]
18 July Katherine B. Hoffman 105 Chemist United States (Tallahassee) [597]
18 July Martha Mmola Member of the National Council of Provinces (2019–2020) and of the National Assembly of South Africa (2014–2019) South Africa [598]
18 July Jaybee Sebastian 40 Convict Philippines (Muntinlupa) [599][600]
18 July David Romero Ellner 65 Member of the National Congress of Honduras (2001–2002) and convicted rapist Honduras (Tegucigalpa) [601]
18 July Henrique Soares da Costa 57 Roman Catholic Bishop of Palmares Brazil (Recife) [602]
19 July César Salinas 59 President of the Bolivian Football Federation (since 2018) Bolivia (La Paz) [603]
20 July Ruth Lewis 77 Nun, member of the Franciscan Missionaries of Christ the King Pakistan (Karachi) [604]
20 July Jorge Villavicencio 62 Minister of Public Health and Social Assistance (2012–2014) Guatemala (Guatemala City) [605]
21 July Dobby Dobson 78 Jamaican reggae singer and record producer United States (Florida) [606]
23 July Hassan Brijany 59 Iranian-born Swedish actor [607]
25 July Steve dePyssler 101 United States Air Force colonel United States (Bossier City) [608]
25 July José Mentor 71 Member of the Chamber of Deputies (2003–2019) Brazil (São Paulo) [609]
25 July Helen Jones Woods 96 Musician United States (Sarasota) [610]
27 July Israfil Alam 54 Member of the Jatiya Sangsad (since 2009) Bangladesh (Dhaka) [611]
27 July Felicia F. Campbell Professor of English at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas [612]
27 July AKM Amanul Islam Chowdhury 83 Political advisor Bangladesh (Dhaka) [613]
27 July Frank A. Howard 81 Member of the Louisiana House of Representatives (2008–2020) United States (Baton Rouge) [614]
29 July Salko Bukvarević 53 Minister for Veterans and Disabled Veterans (since 2015) Bosnia and Herzegovina (Sarajevo) [615]
29 July Sheikh Md. Nurul Haque 79 Member of the Jatiya Sangsad (1996–2001, 2014–2019) Bangladesh (Dhaka) [616]
29 July Hernán Pinto 67 Mayor of Valparaíso (1990–1992 and 1992–2004) Chile (Viña del Mar) [617]
29 July Perrance Shiri 65 Minister of Lands, Agriculture and Rural Resettlement (since 2017) and Commander of the Air Force (1992–2017) Zimbabwe (Harare) [618]
30 July Herman Cain 74 Business executive, writer and political activist United States (Atlanta) [619]
31 July Bill Mack 88 American singer, songwriter, and radio host United States (Irving) [620][621]
31 July Zamuxolo Peter 55 Member of the National Assembly of South Africa (since 2019) [622]
31 July Musa Yerniyazov 72 Politician Uzbekistan (Nukus) [623]
1 August Pydikondala Manikyala Rao 59 Member of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly (2014–2019) India (Vijayawada) [624]
1 August Khosrow Sinai 79 Film director Iran (Tehran) [625]
2 August Kamal Rani Varun 62 Member of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly (since 2017) India (Lucknow) [626]
2 August Tootie Robbins 62 American football player United States (Chandler) [627]
2 August Satyanarayan Singh 77 Member of the Bihar Legislative Assembly (1990–2000) India (Patna) [628]
3 August ATM Alamgir 70 Member of the Jatiya Sangsad (1991–1996) Bangladesh (Dhaka) [629]
3 August Dani Anwar 52 Senator (2009–2014) Indonesia (Jakarta) [630]
3 August Mohammad Barkatullah 76 Television producer Bangladesh (Dhaka) [631]
4 August Sunnam Rajaiah 59 Member of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly (1999–2009 and since 2017) India (Vijayawada) [632]
5 August Aritana Yawalapiti 71 Indigenous rights activist, cacique, and ecologist Brazil (Goiânia) [633]
6 August Shyamal Chakraborty 76 Member of the Rajya Sabha (2008–2014) and West Bengal Legislative Assembly (1981–1996) India (Kolkata) [634]
7 August Stephen F. Williams 83 Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit (since 1986) United States (Washington, D.C.) [635]
8 August Alfredo Lim 90 Mayor of Manila (1992–1998; 2007–2013) and Member of the Senate (2004–2007) Philippines (Manila) [636]
8 August Buruji Kashamu 62 Senator (2015-2019) Nigeria (Lagos) [637]
8 August Nandi Yellaiah 78 Member of the Lok Sabha (2014-2019) India (Hyderabad) [638]
9 August Kamala 70 Professional wrestler United States (Oxford) [639]
11 August Sixto Brillantes 80 Chairman of the Commission on Elections (2011–2015) Philippines (Manila) [640]
11 August Rahat Indori 70 Bollywood lyricist, Urdu poet, professor of Urdu, painter India (Indore) [641]
11 August Trini Lopez 83 Singer and actor United States (Palm Springs) [642]
12 August Mac Jack 55 Member of the Northern Cape Provincial Legislature (since 2013) South Africa (Kimberley) [643]
13 August Gulnazar Keldi 74 Lyricist and poet Tajikistan (Dushanbe) [644]
13 August Darío Vivas 70 Head of government of the Capital District (since 2020) Venezuela (Caracas) [645]
14 August Surendra Prakash Goel 74 Member of the Lok Sabha (2004–2009) India (Delhi) [646]

List of deaths due to COVID-19 List of deaths in 2020 articles: 294