Coping with Covid

Features

‘Bone numbingly tired’: The exhausting reality of Long-Covid

Jane is still ill more than eight months after contracting coronavirus. But research is shedding light on what Long-Covid is.

Covid-19 brings difficult times for Trans people in Bristol as government expected to ditch reforms

Living with OCD during a global health crisis

Coronavirus in Bristol

Last Orders? When can we have a pint again?!

As the city heats up, the question on the lips of many is, when will Bristol’s pubs reopen? Star & Garter owner Malcolm Haynes gives his take [via Zoom to reporter Marcus Smith]

Coronavirus in Bristol

The Bristolians falling through the gaps of the government’s Covid-19 financial help

Coronavirus in Bristol

The difficulty of having a parent in a Bristol care home during lockdown

Lockdown through a child’s eyes in Bristol

Missing friends but enjoying rare time with family. Feeling cabin bound but not having to go to school. Lockdown for kids in Bristol has both upsides and downsides.

A Ramadan like no other in coronavirus Bristol

With coronavirus restrictions in full force and lockdown extended, mosques remain closed, big iftar dinners cancelled, and worship confined to the home. And so, this Ramadan is like no other.

How to cope as a parent expecting during the unexpected

The Cable speaks to soon to be parents to share how they've been coping with changes to visiting rules at hospitals.

#CopingWithCovid19: The ups and downs of self-isolating and social distancing

Just a few weeks ago, a life of social distancing and self-isolation was unimaginable. Covid19 has flipped our lives on its head. How are we coping?