A minute's silence will be lead by the chief nursing officer Ruth May and national medical director, Professor Stephen Powis at 11am.
Ms May said: “Every death is a tragedy but we feel the loss of fellow health and care workers particularly keenly.
“I want people across the NHS and the whole country to come together and remember health and care workers who have lost their lives to this cruel virus.”
Professor Stephen Powis said: “This is an opportunity for us all to pay tribute to doctors, nurses, cleaners and many other NHS staff who have died in this pandemic.
“I hope the whole nation will fall silent in tribute and show how much their contribution is remembered and appreciated.”
Nationally more than 100 NHS staff are known to have died after testing positive for coronavirus.
These have included Aimee O'Rourke who worked at QEQM hospital in Margate and occupational therapist Vivek Sharma who had been working for Medway Community Healthcare prior to his death.