Both of my jobs (in grocery retail) are still open through the UK's lockdown, so I still have to go to work six (occasionally seven) days a week. My workload has doubled during all of this so I'm more stressed, but most of the things I usually do for stress relief and escapism are now either shut down or illegal, and all of my friendships outside of work are now entirely online so I'm not feeling as much of an emotional connection, therefore I feel pretty lonely. Neither me nor any of my family have caught the virus, or at least I don't think we have. My mother works in a hospital and the stores where I work have never been busier than they are right now, so we're both at constant risk of catching it.
I have a week off from both of my jobs booked for the 18th to the 24th May, five weeks from now, but there's absolutely no way the lockdown restrictions will have been loosened by then if current data is anything to go by, so I'll probably just cancel the days off and not request any more until there's light at the end of the tunnel, because I don't see much point in having time off work when you're not supposed to leave your house.