One of the keywords that will spring to the minds of many when considering the lockdown that has gripped the UK since March of this year will be hibernation.
For over 100 days, the country’s people anchored themselves within the confines of their home, only leaving for short trips to the shops or for a brief period of exercise and as time spent in front of the TV, computer or, let’s face it, in bed sleeping their anxieties away soared, the social settings for which the UK has previously been so famous gathered dust.
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