Since being announced on 17 March, the UK government’s £3.2 million of emergency funding to support rough sleepers during the coronavirus outbreak has seen more than 14,500 homeless people placed in temporary accommodation.
Tours cancelled. Gigs postponed. Incomes vanished. Coronavirus has decimated the music industry and left it out in the cold; a fragile situation. However, after months of lockdown, the Coronavirus crisis has served as a double-edged sword for some artists.
Epigram speaks to Bristol students whose study abroad plans have been caught up in the pandemic. Faced with tough choices and moments of panic, students have shown their resilience and ability to adapt.