Over the last month we have seen a lot of changes to the way we live, work and move around our community. It is a challenging time and we don't yet know how long we will be in this situation for.
One thing we are sure about, however, is that local residents, neighbours of all ages and all over the country have joined a call for supporting those of us who are more vulnerable right now.
It has been fantastic to see the response of locals who are finding ways of looking after each other and finding that together, we are getting through this because we are strong and resilient.
750,000 people answered the U.K. government's request for volunteers for the NHS, and lots of people are also helping food banks with packing, collecting and deliveries.
Thousands of local groups have been founded across the country in response to the virus where people are helping others on their street, and responding to the needs of people where they live. Find your local group here.
The positive response from people in our country is a testament of how much we care for one another, and the strength that lies within our communities.
So, while we have to physically distance ourselves from each other to protect our health, we are getting through this together.