How work in Britain has been changed by Covid-19: part two | News

We’re in our ninth week of lockdown and since the start work has been entirely reshaped by the pandemic. From laboratory testers to police officers and Tube drivers, we follow people working across the UK to see how their roles have been affected.

The doctor: ‘This is the quietest I’ve ever seen the hospital’
Conor O’Malley, 30, is a junior doctor working in intensive care at a hospital in east London
“In this last month the hospital has become unrecognisable. We have so many fewer patients now with Covid-19 – at the peak we had three intensive care units (ICUs) running; we now have just one Covid-19 ICU, the second we have managed to convert to a non-Covid-19 intensive care unit and the third is

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