A year inside: what shielding has meant for the most vulnerable

A year inside: what shielding has meant for the most vulnerable

By The Guardian

Today in Focus

Tuesday, 23 March

The first national lockdown began in Britain a year ago today, but for those identified as clinically vulnerable, the restrictions often mean total isolation. Frances Ryan reports on what it has meant for those who have been shielding. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus
-
-
Heart UK
Mute/Un-mute