IT has been 100 days since the UK officially went in to lockdown to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.

So how have things developed in our county since? Here is a timeline:

March 23 - The first Covid-19 related death at a Worcestershire hospital, Redditch’s Alexandra Hospital.

Meanwhile, in a television address the PM announces historic lockdown measures to stop the spread, with people now only allowed to leave home for limited reasons.

March 24 - The first death at Worcestershire Royal Hospital is reported.

April 1 - The single worst day of the county’s pandemic in hospitals, when 12 people lost their lives.

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April 8 - Deaths at county hospitals from Covid-19 pass 50. A new temporary hospital for the Midlands, the Nightingale, prepares to open.

May 5 - NHS Nightingale Birmingham is put on “standby” after no patients are admitted.

May 8 - VE Day celebrated, but plans for large gatherings have to be abandoned.

May 1- One member of another household are allowed to meet in a public place, but residents across the city report breaches.

June 1 - Schools begin to welcome back pupils.

June 15 - Non essential shops begin to reopen.

June 15 - it is revealed more than 700 county people died than usual in a three month period between March and May.

June 20 - A letter claiming there was a spike in Covid-19 cases in Worcester is revealed to be a “leaked, unofficial email,” by Worcestershire County Council, which adds it “does not accurately reflect the current situation”.

June 22 - It is revealed there were more than 300 ‘excess deaths’ in county care homes during an eight week period.

June 27 - Worcestershire Acute Intensive Care department announces it has no cases of Covid-19 in its units.