For Reuters photographer Hannah McKay, a recent trip to take pictures at a hospital in northern England required the kind of planning more typical of a foreign assignment.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought huge changes to the way journalists work the world over, with safety a priority, access organised long in advance, travel kept to a minimum and hotels and public transport largely out of bounds.
The following day, in the nearby city of Burnley, she met a mother whose baby Theo, who was born prematurely, was in an incubator.
Her picture captured the moment when the tiny infant, in the hands of the nurse, stretched out its limbs while the mother prepared to take him.
The mother found McKay on Instagram and said the photograph meant that friends and family, who were unable to visit her in hospital because of the coronavirus, could now see how small Theo was.
"I'm going to send a copy to her for Theo's memory box," McKay said.
PHOTO EDITING MARIKA KOCHIASHVILI; LAYOUT JULIA DALRYMPLE