What are you doing right now? The ECHO is creating a map of Merseyside lives in lockdown – collecting the experiences of people living in Liverpool and the surrounding area during a single hour.
From 10am to 11am today – Thursday, May 14, we're asking you to tell us how you are spending these 60 minutes.
Whether you are working from home, travelling to work, going for a walk around one of our many beautiful parks, dealing with a tantruming child or catching up on a TV box-set – we want to hear from you.
To take part, simply fill in the form below, telling us in as much detail as you would like about what you are up to during this hour. The form will be available to fill in for 48 hours.
You can also add photos if want to, so that we can add them to an online map of Merseyside to create a fascinating snapshot of our lives in lockdown at this historic time.
If for any reason you can't see the form, please click here to view it.
ECHO editor Alastair Machray said: "We are living in unprecedented times that will feature in the history books in years to come.
"This project is a way for the ECHO to capture what life is really like for people in Merseyside, whether they are on the frontline of the crisis or simply getting through the day at home.
"Thank you for taking part."
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