In Pictures: 100 days in lockdown
From shuttered shops and home schooling to the Clap for Carers and PPE shortages, the weeks since March 23 have changed the nation.
Jack Tucker, seven, placing his rainbow in the window of a house in Bedminster, Bristol
It has been 100 days since Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a strict lockdown in England to help combat coronavirus.
With the devolved administrations setting their own similar measures, communities across the UK were soon adapting to homeworking and home schooling, with non-essential shops closed and streets empty of traffic under the new rules that limited when people could go outside.
We look back at the highlights and frustrations of the weeks since March 23.
Medical staff wearing personal protective equipment await patients admitted to the ICU (Jacob King/PA) Cyclists making their way past a taped-off bench on the seafront at Bournemouth (Andrew Matthews/PA) Prime Minister Boris Johnson, alongside chief medical officer for England Chris Whitty (left) and chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance during a press conference at 10 Downing Street (Simon Dawson/PA) An NHS worker being tested for coronavirus at a temporary testing station in the car park of Chessington World of Adventures (Aaron Chown/PA) Health Secretary Matt Hancock at the opening of the NHS Nightingale Hospital at the ExCel centre in London (Stefan Rousseau/PA) A quiet Regent Street in central London (Jonathan Brady/PA) A woman in a face mask rides the Tube (Ian Hinchcliffe/PA) A family watches the Queen deliver her address to the nation and the Commonwealth on the pandemic (Jacob King/PA) Leonard, 4 and Wilfred, 7, work at the dining table as they take part in home schooling (Dominic Lipinski/PA) Captain Tom Moore, at his home in Marston Moretaine, Bedfordshire, after completing his marathon effort that raised more than £30 million for NHS charities (Joe Giddens/PA) Dominic Cummings, senior aide to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, makes a statement in the Downing Street rose garden outlining his decision to go to Co Durham during lockdown (Ian Hinchcliffe/PA) People enjoying the good weather on the beach at Durdle Door, near Lulworth in Dorset, at the end of May as lockdown was relaxed (Andrew Matthews/PA) NHS workers at Royal Liverpool University Hospital come outside to see the public clapping to salute local heroes during Thursday’s nationwide Clap for Carers (Peter Byrne/PA) Street art in support of the NHS, near Waterloo Station, London (Victoria Jones/PA) Police stop to move on a couple with a push chair on Primrose Hill, London, during stricter social distancing measures (Aaron Chown/PA) A member of the PSNI Musgrave Street custody team wearing the PPE required to interact with a detained person suspected of having Covid-19 in Belfast (Niall Carson/PA) Father Paddy McCafferty resumes hearing confessions while observing social distancing though the locked gates of Corpus Christi Church in Ballymurphy (Niall Carson/PA) Top Stories More from the Express & Star UK & International News