By Steve Mellen
Covid-19 has affected all of us in some way, disrupting work, making ourselves or loved ones ill and changing society in many ways. Several households in one street – Dunkerry Road in the southern Bristol suburb of Windmill Hill – tell their personal stories of how life has changed since the virus arrived in the UK early last year.
‘I couldn’t be with my mum at the end’
Jo Moore remembers all the details of the day her mother Jean died from Covid-19 in March 2020.
She recalls the way they both fell ill with a mystery illness. How her mother, well known locally as the friendly lady at the bus stop, was reluctant to bother the NHS.
After paramedic tests revealed her mum had Covid-19, Jo remembers telling her not to worry if she had forgotten to pack anything in her hospital bag, that she would bring it…
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