Heartwarming acts of kindness have sprung out of the ongoing health crisis, as Brits show love and support for others. Not all news is bad, even though it may seem like it right now.
Supermarkets Tesco and Lidl announce special opening hours for the elderly so that they can shop in peace. The early morning hours in the shops are now dedicated to people over 65 and caregivers of elderly people.
A corner shop in Scotland has given away thousands of pounds worth of free supply to those in need, including free face masks, hand disinfectant and cleaning wipes to people over 65.
Noel Fielding launches an online art club, for bored kids having to stay home from school.
One of the UK’s largest nightclubs has decided to turn into a giant warehouse to store food and essential items for those in need.
Various organisations and people are volunteering to help people who can’t get to the shops or the pharmacy.
Solidarity and compassion can come out of this crisis too! How can you help?