The UK's organ transplant network could be forced to shut down as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, the body that runs the scheme is warning.
One factor is the pressure on intensive care beds, according to NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT). But there is also the risk to transplant patients, who have their immune systems suppressed so their bodies don't reject new organs.
This is a dilemma for those like Ana-Rose Thorpe, from Manchester, who is waiting for a liver transplant.
Now aged 29, Ana-Rose has lived with hepatitis almost her entire life after contracting it as a baby.