The vaccination programme is well underway, schools are beginning to reopen and a roadmap has been laid out for a ‘cautious’ reopening of society. With spring in the air and the end of lockdown almost within reach, many of us would, quite frankly, be delighted to never see or hear the word ‘coronavirus’ ever again.


Yet we are not re-emerging into the same world we left behind early last year. The trauma and loss faced by the medical community, and by families across the country, will leave a lasting scar. In our rush to return to normality, it’s easy to forget the issues that have come to light in the past year – and the many questions that still remain unanswered. Many of these most pressing concerns revolve around the experiences of NHS staff, the frontline ‘heroes’ who have borne the full weight of this awful year.


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