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Noon across the UK and Ireland during lockdown

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Noon across the UK and Ireland during lockdown

Noon across the UK and Ireland during lockdown

Footage of the same moment in time captured across the UK and Ireland as lockdown continues, almost a month after the Government enforced the measures.

Streets are empty, scientists test Covid-19 swabs and children teach one another from home.

Locations in order: Liverpool waterfront, Lighthouse Laboratory in Glasgow, Waterloo Station, empty streets in Newcastle upon Tyne, Little Ben in London's Westminster, Waterlooville town centre in Hampshire, St Katherine Docks, pupil in Dublin reads to his younger brother and shopping arcade at Windsor Station.

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