An artist in Yorkshire, England, has been painting murals to pay tribute to National Health Service workers and other helping and supporting them during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Rachel List was asked by a Pontefract pub to paint a mural in support of the NHS. It was so successful, she's been asked by others to make similar graphic statements, including a tribute to children in lockdown who are drawing and painting rainbows to be put up in hospital wards to cheer patients up.
As well as the hundreds of thousands of NHS workers, volunteers have stepped up to help. When the government put out a call for 250,000 volunteers, more than 400,000 signed up in 24 hours to deliver prescriptions or help transport patients to hospital for essential, non-coronavirus-related appointments.