IN PICTURES: Borders streets deserted during Covid-19 lockdown

People across the Borders are adapting to life under new measures designed to curb the spread of coronavirus.

Thursday, 2nd April 2020, 11:53 am
Updated Thursday, 2nd April 2020, 1:12 pm
Kelso Square 10 am

It’s been almost two weeks since UK prime minister Boris Johnston announced strict social distancing measures requiring us all to stay at home as much as possible, and Borderers have been heeding his advice, with town centres deserted and almost all non-essential shops closing their doors to customers. Here are some unusual photos of what are now ghost towns ...

Hawick High Street, 11.42 am Tuesday
Melrose 13.05 pm Tuesday

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Galashiels High Street, 12.33 pm
Hawick High Street
Jedburgh High Street, 13.39
Kelso Square 10 am Tuesday
Melrose 12.55 pm Tuesday
Selkirk, 12.05 pm Tuesday
Sports Direct, Galashiels
Hawick High Street, 11.43 am Tuesday
Galashiels playpark
Selkirk, 12.05 pm Tuesday
Kelso Square 10 am Tuesday