4. Social distancing will be difficult in some places of worship
Britain’s faith communities will face long-term changes to their worship in order to stem the spread of coronavirus, senior religious leaders have told the BBC. They say social distancing would be difficult – if not impossible – in some places of worship if ministers allow them to reopen, with the Bishop of London, Rt Rev Sarah Mullally, warning churches might not return to normal services before the end of the year.
Rainbows have become a nationwide symbol of hope and support for the NHS, and brought comfort to Mr Skipp as news of the situation in care homes “became darker and darker”. By photographing them, he wants to “spread the hope” they give him to other people.
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