A 12 months since first lockdown, UK displays on ‘grief and loss’ amid tribute to frontline employees

A 12 months since first lockdown, UK displays on ‘grief and loss’ amid tribute to frontline employees

A 12 months to the day since Boris Johnson first put the nation beneath lockdown to gradual the fast-spreading coronavirus, Britain paused to recollect those that have died after contracting COVID-19 and mirror on a 12-month interval that has turned life the other way up.

In this photo from 4 April, 2020, Amelie and her sister Camille watch from their front window as the lockdown enters its third week along with their parents Victoria and Damian Kerr in Berkhamsted, England. AP Photo/Elizabeth Dalziel

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On this photograph from 4 April, 2020, Amelie and her sister Camille watch from their entrance window because the lockdown enters its third week together with their mother and father Victoria and Damian Kerr in Berkhamsted, England. AP Photograph/Elizabeth Dalziel

National Health Service (NHS) staff applaud outside the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London during the weekly "Clap for our Carers" to show appreciation for health care workers. Photo via AP/Alberto Pezzali

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Nationwide Well being Service (NHS) employees applaud outdoors the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London throughout the weekly “Clap for our Carers” to indicate appreciation for well being care employees. Photograph through AP/Alberto Pezzali

A montage of clubs closed due to the pandemic. Photo from AP/Matt Dunham

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A montage of golf equipment closed as a result of pandemic. Photograph from AP/Matt Dunham

British prime minister Boris Johnson gestures after receiving the first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine. Photo via AP/Frank Augstein

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British prime minister Boris Johnson gestures after receiving the primary dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine. Photograph through AP/Frank Augstein

A nurse holds a painting of Prime Minister Boris Johnson clapping with blood on his hands as part of a demonstration of NHS workers at hospitals across London to demand a 15 percent raise. Photo via AP/Kirsty Wigglesworth

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A nurse holds a portray of Prime Minister Boris Johnson clapping with blood on his fingers as a part of an illustration of NHS employees at hospitals throughout London to demand a 15 % elevate. Photograph through AP/Kirsty Wigglesworth

In this photo from Sept. 26, 2020, people take part in a "We Do Not Consent" rally at London's Trafalgar Square that was organized by Stop New Normal to protest against coronavirus restrictions. Image via AP/Frank Augstein

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On this photograph from Sept. 26, 2020, individuals participate in a “We Do Not Consent” rally at London’s Trafalgar Sq. that was organized by Cease New Regular to protest towards coronavirus restrictions. Picture through AP/Frank Augstein

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