‘The support has fizzled out a bit’: frontline workers on lockdown easing
We check in again with workers including a bus driver and a care home manager about their experiences of the pandemic
In early April, frontline workers including a bus driver, a care home manager and a cemetery worker spoke to the Guardian about their experiences during the coronavirus paramedic. Two weeks later we checked in to hear how they had been coping with the peak of the virus.
Now, another month on, with lockdown restrictions easing, we catch up with the workers to see how things have changed.