Lockdown: The generational gap

shot of the countryside in Harrogatea shot of the countryside in Harrogate
As we enter the third week of lockdown in Britain, many are returning home to be with their loved ones, however, some areas have been hit worse than others.

Whilst Leeds reaches its 192nd confirmed case and hospitals in York deal with a third COVID-19 death, the small Yorkshire town of Harrogate, however, has just two confirmed cases.

The lack of COVID-19 impact on the town has shown in the form of a generally much more relaxed stance on the virus its effects. Many people in small towns have not been exposed to the levels of panic buying and fear seen in bigger cities like Leeds, thus seem much calmer about the current climate.

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