If there’s one thing that coronavirus has taught us – aside from the importance of washing our hands properly – it’s that we thrive as part of communities. All over the country, people have joined together to support friends, families and neighbours. This group is one of the best examples by far.
Quite rightly, many of our fears have been focused on our elderly. Who will fetch their groceries? How will they deal with the solitary existence imposed by social distancing?