Early in the COVID-19 outbreak, the Shetland Islands were one of the worst-hit areas of the UK by head of population. Now, no new cases have been detected there for six weeks. Some experts say it offers the rest of the country a route map out of lockdown – but for the first family on the islands to test positive, it hasn't been easy.
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