Back in March when Covid-19 first gripped the UK, it’s fair to say that we Brits went into something that resembled apocalypse mode. First, we ran to Boots and queued up outside at 6 am to buy our daily ration of hand sanitiser. Then we legged it to our nearest supermarket and raided the toilet roll aisle, fighting to buy up every bottle of disinfectant and bleach. It was a strange time, and for a month or so, toilet roll packets were seen as holy rolls of gold.
We’ve baked all the cakes, played all the Skype quizzes, and frankly, our DIY rib-stitch sweater / first novel / oil-paint masterpiece is starting to get the better of us. As the UK slowly eases out of lock-down, a sizeable percentage of British workers find themselves simultaneously relieved and daunted at the prospect of returning to work.
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As lockdown eases, Brits all around the country are feeling uncertain about going back to work. We’re excited at the prospect of returning to some form of normality after so long. We’re anxious that returning too soon will bring on a second wave. And we’re concerned that our workplaces won’t be the safe environment that we need right now.
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