And then came the greatest crisis for at least a generation and potentially since the war, as people were forced to self-isolate or face the risk of death, serious illness or at least passing it to someone else who could become seriously ill. Millions have been standing to applaud their healthcare and emergency workers, communities have been rallying round, checking what vulnerable people need and hundreds of thousands have volunteered to help those most in need.
The biggest change potentially is the relationship between people and government, and politics. All parties are broadly in agreement about what needs to be done, for once - to follow the experts. Meanwhile, our relationship with the state has changed completely, with millions relying on an unprecedented announcement from government that it will pay their wages if they are furloughed as a result of the crisis - something never done before. It may be temporary, but it will fundamentally reassess the way individuals see the state and their part in it and vice-versa.
Dr Doug Parr, chief scientist for Greenpeace UK, said: "We will get through the current crisis, and once that happens we can push the government to protect our planet and put the economy onto a safer and more sustainable footing - because we all know they have it in their power to do so.
Sky News is updating daily the latest figures for all local authorities in England, Scotland and Wales. Millions of people who spend a significant proportion of their lives commuting to a single place of work have suddenly found they can do exactly the same job from the comfort of their sofas.
As well as saving them potentially hours of the day, it has allowed them to have a different relationship with their families or home lives. For some, this may have been more isolating than it was before, underscoring the value of working with a group of people who can act as a support network. Meanwhile, those who took part in the explosion of small scale entrepreneurism that erupted after the financial crisis have suddenly found that much of their income depends on people being able to move freely and buy what they want - something not possible in a lockdown.
Experts fear this will lead to thousands if not hundred of thousands of job losses, and may lead to many of those people who run businesses or were happy being self-employed, reassessing whether it safe for them to do so in the future.
Others may find that they are empowered by the crisis. Fast and professional. Secure payment. Bronze package credits Silver package credits Gold package credits Secure payment. Toggle navigation. How it works Services. Check your entire sentence for FREE! Check now. One of our experts will proofread your English.
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