Two leaders of East Midlands councils have died after being diagnosed with coronavirus.
Anthony Brewer, who led Ashfield District Council in Nottinghamshire, died aged 74, the authority confirmed.
A member of the Ashfield Independent Party and ward councillor for Skegby, the council said the 74-year-old "will be remembered as a caring, funny, dedicated councillor who wore his chains with great pride".
In Derbyshire, Duffield Parish Council said its chairman, Colin Thompson, died on Sunday.
The Liberal Democrat member had been re-elected to the council last year, having previously served as a councillor in the 1990s.