23.03.2020. Highbury & Islington. A man is wearing a full-face diving mask as a protection against the coronavirus

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In early 2020 the world was hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. By March the virus reached Europe. Initially, the UK government restrained its actions. According to an alarming report published by Imperial College London, an uncontrolled pandemic could cause as many as 510,000 deaths in Britain. The UK prime minister, Boris Johnson, decided to dramatically change his plans. New regulations came into force, people were advised to stay at home and not leave without a “reasonable excuse”. London, one of the busiest world capitals, was “in lockdown”.

23.03.2020. London Bridge. People coming back from the work, the day before the government decided to lock down the city

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23.03.2020. Dalston. Sandra is self-isolating before going back to her parents’ house. She suffers from multiple sclerosis, which makes her im-mune system more vulnerable to viral infections

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24.03.2020. Mottingham. Dorset Road

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02.04. Mottingham. Inhabitants of Portland Crescent are applauding NHS and care workers who are on the frontline of the fight agains the COVID-19 pandemic.

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17.03.2020. Bakerloo line

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28.03.2020. Chiselhurst. People are queuing for Sainsbury’s

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09.04.2020. Mottingham. Phillip, a pension specialist, is working from home

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23.03.2020. Angel. Closed pub on a main street

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29.03.2020. Eltham. An empty A2 highway

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