The coronavirus pandemic has affected our day-to-day lives in ways we could have not imagined since the UK first went into lockdown more than a 100 days ago.

For many families, losing a loved one has been the hardest thing they have had to endure during this pandemic and now the Glasgow Times wants to give them an opportunity to remember those who have tragically died of coronavirus

The city has so far lost more than 1,000 residents to the pandemic - a figure which is even bigger when you count our neighbouring local authorities. While in Scotland, more than 4,000 people have died from coronavirus. 

Behind these statistics were real people who left behind grieving families and friends.

We, therefore, want to hear from you so we can remember the people you loved and who made such a difference in your life. 

If you would like to pay tribute to someone you have lost to coronavirus, then you can here

Meanwhile, these are some of the stories of people who have lost their lives to Covid-19 in the Greater Glasgow area that we have covered so far. 

Glasgow Times:

Waqar Hussain Choudary

Popular Milton shopkeeper Wacca was described as an 'absolute gentleman' following his death. 

He was just 65 when he died of coronavirus in April. 

The father-of-three ran a convenience store on Skerray Street in Milton where tributes were left following his death. 

READ MORE: 'Absolute gentleman': Milton in mourning over death of popular shopkeeper Wacca at 65

SUBMIT: A tribute for your loved one

Glasgow Times:

Jim Russell

Jim Russell was just 51 when he died from Covid-19 on May 4 at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.

His funeral procession drove past his beloved Celtic Park on the day the side claimed their nine-in-a-row victory. 

Jim lived in Springfield Gardens and is survived by his heartbroken fiancee Connie. 

READ MORE: Parkhead funeral procession for Celtic fan who died from Covid-19

SUBMIT: A tribute for your loved one

Glasgow Times:

Dougie Chambers, Mary, and Andy Leaman

A Castlemilk family was left heartbroken after the coronavirus claimed the lives of three grandparents following a party. 

We told how Andy Leaman's mum, dad, and father-in-law died from coronavirus, devastating his nine-year-old daughter Anna who lost three grandparents in four weeks.

Andy said: "We have a really small immediate family but a very close family. That was our world and now it's three less."

READ MORE: Coronavirus devastates Castlemilk family as three grandparents die in four weeks

SUBMIT: A tribute for your loved one

Glasgow Times:

Kirsty Jones

Staff at the University Hospital Wishaw paid tribute to one of their own when Kirsty Jones died, recognising the work she did for the NHS for over two decades. 

She dedicated her whole working life to caring for patients and their relatives before her untimely death at the age of 41 from Covid-19 in April. 

Kirsty is survived by husband Nigel and two sons Sam, 14, and Finlay, four.

READ MORE: Funeral of NHS worker Kirsty Jones who died at 41 of Covid-19 takes place in Wishaw

SUBMIT: A tribute for your loved one

Glasgow Times:

Bhai Amrik Singh​

The Sikh community was in shock following Mr Singh's death, who was also known as  Waheguru Baba.

He died at 86 in April after a brave battle with coronavirus. 

Since moving to the city in the early 1970s, Waheguru Baba grew close to the community as he served the West End from his convenience stores on Woodland's Road and then on Queen Margaret Drive.

READ MORE: 'A beautiful man': City pays tribute to founding father of Glasgow's Asian community after coronavirus battle