"We've been fully isolated for over two weeks, only leaving the house to go to the day unit for medicine. This shows how easily the virus can spread."
£5.8m being spent on Prime Minister contacting 30 million homes across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
As with the four other deaths announced by PAH since the start of the week, the latest victim was elderly and had underlying health conditions.
Two were in their 70s and one in their 90s, and all had underlying health conditions, the hospital announced on Thursday evening.
The charity making an urgent appeal for donations of vital cleaning supplies and personal protective equipment (PPE) for staff.
The Stortford medics are desperate for personal protective equipment as they care for the sick across the community during the coronavirus crisis.
The NHS trust which runs the hospital has also axed parking charges until April 1.
Herts and Essex registrars are postponing all ceremonies except funerals and are only accepting new appointments to register a death.
Church Street partner Dr Sian Stanley said local primary care network medical teams working in the community were desperate for FFP3 equipment.
Marcus Bailey said: "We’ve seen many stories around the region of notes of appreciation and even small gifts being left on ambulance windscreens."
A patient in their 80s who had underlying conditions has passed away at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.
Cancer patient Beth Purvis, whose operation to remove a lung tumour has been cancelled, speaks for everyone with an underlying health condition.