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Coronavirus at 100 days: Snapshot of how pandemic has changed life on a single UK street

There have been no known cases in Sheffield’s Lydgate Hall Crescent – yet the all-encompassing nature of the crisis means every household has still been inexorably affected. Colin Drury reports

Sunday 10 May 2020 11:09 BST
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Jason and Heather Capunitan with sons Isaac and Kaleb
Jason and Heather Capunitan with sons Isaac and Kaleb (Richard Baybutt)

It is 100 days since the first coronavirus case was diagnosed in the UK, and in Lydgate Hall Crescent – a quiet street in suburban Sheffield – there is not a household that has been left unaffected.

Here, in this little 40-home road – so English it has a green at one end and a pub bordering the other – Covid-19 has taken no lives and, so far it seems, no jobs.

No one has been diagnosed with the bug.

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