In pictures: See how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting on every day life in north Antrim

A new system was in place at this pharmacy in Ballymena.

THE coronavirus pandemic has transformed life across the globe including north Antrim.

‘Ballymena Daily’ brings you a selection of pictures from recent days.

There is now a drive-through prescription pick-up service at Ballee Pharmacy in Ballymena.



The gates are closed at People’s Park in Ballymena.


Pubs and shops like The Grouse and Menarys are closed in Ballymena.


Well known local names like Moores in Ballymena are closed.



A new system was in operation at this pharmacy in Ballymena.


Seats were provided outside.


A queuing system was in operation for some shops.


Church services have been cancelled.


Sports facilities like this one in the Clough area have been locked up.


Play facilities like this one in Clough are quiet.


A ball lies abandoned at the play facility in Clough.


The play park was quiet in Clough.


This is probably one of the most remote churches in County Antrim – at Coolranny near Torr Head. All was quiet on Sunday.


Remote roads like this one near Cargan have been even more quiet than normal.




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