The Thursday evening clap for carers, seen here at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Glasgow, became a fixture in the weekly diary of many people
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Amnesty International has reported:

Amnesty has collated and analysed a wide range of available data showing that more than 3,000 health workers have died after contracting COVID-19 in 79 countries, though the figure is likely to be a significant underestimate due to under-reporting. According to Amnesty’s monitoring, the countries with the highest numbers of health worker deaths thus far, are: Russia (545), UK (England and Wales: 540, including 262 social care workers), USA (507), Brazil (351), Mexico (248), Italy (188), Egypt (111), Iran (91), Ecuador (82) and Spain (63).

https://www.amnesty.org.uk/press-releases/uk-among-highest-covid-19-health-worker-deaths-world

Typically Anglocentric, London-based Amnesty, did not think to check the Scottish data nor even to ask their Scottish branch to do it for them. It took me 10 seconds to find this:

Deaths of health and social care workers related to COVID-19

As at 7 July, we have been notified by Health Boards or the Care Inspectorate of 7 deaths of healthcare workers and 13 deaths of social care workers, related to COVID-19.

https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-daily-data-for-scotland/

The population of England & Wales is 11 times greater than Scotland so the number of healthcare workers who died pro rata, would be 220. The England and Wales figure is thus more than twice as high.