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A degree of normality has returned to most lives, as lockdown restrictions continue to ease across England.

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Rokeby School pupils have created a banner to thank all key workers on the coronavirus frontline.

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Coronavirus has created a new normal, with lockdown affecting most aspects of daily life, including religious celebration.

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Producing 600 protective visors every day is no easy ask, yet that is precisely what 18-year-old Dhiresh Nathwani is coordinating right now.

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Rokeby School has stepped up its efforts during the Covid-19 outbreak; alongside its established foodbank, the school has started producing PPE for frontline workers.

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People are spending more time at home than ever before.

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A Forest Gate sixth former is busy sewing scrubs for NHS workers on the coronavirus frontline.

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Bonny Downs Community Association (BDCA) are one of five Newham charities involved in a joint covid-19 effort which launched just under four weeks ago.

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A £10million emergency fund is being set up by Tower Hamlets Council in response to the coronavirus emergency which includes helping families struggling to pay their council tax and other bills.

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More cash is being ploughed into east London foodbanks to make sure they are well stocked for families having to rely on them more and more during the coronavirus lockdown.

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The ongoing countrywide lockdown means this year’s Easter weekend feels very different for many.

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The Rokeby School is closed due to coronavirus, but teacher Omer Bashir says the foodbank remains open for business.

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