On March 23 2020, the first set of restrictions on people’s lives were announced, aimed at stopping the spread of Covid-19.
It was the country’s first national lockdown and a time where phrases like ‘social distancing’ and ‘self-isolation’ still felt like a novelty. In fact, we hadn’t even heard the words ‘lateral flow test yet’. So innocent, so naive.
Three weeks of rules were announced. Three weeks?! Society was united in disbelief that we weren’t allowed to have others in our homes for a whole three. weeks.
But, as we all know, those weeks turned into months, and the months into years.
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