These are extremely difficult times, but amid the bad news and the uncertainty, positive things have been happening.
Our reporter Natalie Gray has been looking at the lighter side of lockdown, and sharing the stories of those who are doing what they can do make others smile.
You can watch Natalie's full report here:
This postie in Rutland has been making people smile by dressing up as Spiderman.
Parents Joe and Tiff from Spixworth in Norfolk are making sure their two-year-old daughter doesn't miss out on the trip to Disney World they had planned.
Michaela Davies, a baker from Bradwell in Norfolk, has been bringing cheer to thousands of key workers and NHS staff by making cakes to say thank you.
Michaela was treated for cancer herself at the James Paget Hospital in Gorleston.
With so much time on our hands lots of people are getting really creative.
In Chatteris in Cambridgeshire, friends Sophie and Bethany can still play with their pals Lily and Emily next door because a window made out of an old glass table has been put in the adjoining fence.
The Bishop of Norwich has been winding down in the evening by getting to know his new patch better with a jigsaw of the fine city and surroundings.
He's now looking for puzzles of Yarmouth, Lowestoft and King's Lynn.
If you've got a positive story to share with us please do get in contact.
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