In our series of special reports on how people across the country are facing life under lockdown, Sky’s James Matthews speaks to people in Edinburgh and Fife to see how the coronavirus lockdown is affecting everything from football and comedy to hospitals and fundraising.
The cancellation of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival will cost the city £350million and away from the capital, football fans of smaller clubs fear they’ll go under because of the loss of ticket revenue.
And at a Marie Curie hospice, terminally ill patients are allowed one final family visit to try and find some closure.
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