Local lockdowns: What they mean and how to deal with them

22 Sep 2020
By Lara D., Student at University of Aberdeen

After a spring unlike anything we’ve ever seen before, a bit of normality returned this summer.

Shops, pubs and restaurants opened and education got back on track. But life hasn’t quite returned to pre-pandemic levels of normality, and local lockdowns have since become a term we’re all too familiar with.

But what do they mean? And how can you deal with them, both emotionally and physically, if or when they get announced in your area? Let me explain.

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I’m a 21-year-old English student studying at the University of Aberdeen. I have a keen interest in the arts and I am part of the university cheerleading team. I’d describe myself as funny, confident and honest. I also enjoy fitness.