People have been coming up with a series of ideas to remain in place once the lockdown on Covid-19 is relaxed or withdrawn.
They range from renewed goodwill to a slower pace of life and having an annual two-week shutdown to a bank holiday Pandemic Day.
It has come after Graham Gregory, from Elmswell, posted a message on the social media site Nextdoor which asked: “What would you like to continue and/or change when we are out of lockdown? A public bank holiday, say Pandemic Day (albeit without the lockdown) to remember those who died, suffered and supported during the current crisis.”
Ruth Babington, from Stowlangtoft, said: “I hope the renewed goodwill towards each other remains.”
And Patricia Alderton, from Thurston, added: “I hope the slower pace of life remains.”
Rachel Newport, from Tostock, called for a two-week lockdown every year, saying: “It’s so nice and peaceful and calm everywhere and most people have been so much more politer than usual.”
Alan Thompson, from Elmswell, said: “I think we should keep this going until we get the all clear then on that date every year we respect that date to remember everyone: those who lost a life and those who helped.”
Margaret Hegan, also from Elmswell, said: “After this crisis has passed remember how people looked out for each other and carry on in the same way.”
And Sheila Monk, from Thurston, added: “I was doing an ‘over the fence’ chat with my neighbour. We were out there for about 30mns during which a number of people with their dogs and without, in pairs or singularly, all said hello and waved. It would be great for this neighbourly ‘love’ to continue.”
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