A Westcountry woman is trying to document what people are doing during the lockdown - so those under restrictions and future generations can look back in years to come.
Hannah Beaumont is asking people to send her videos tomorrow (Friday) using #onthisday2020 or via email through firstname.lastname@example.org and via the 'on this day 2020' tag in YouTube.
She will then edit a video to give a snapshot of what people are doing - something which will be showcased by The Breeze.
Ms Beaumont. 23, of Brixham, said: "I am attempting to create a documentary style film, made up of clips from the people of Britain on April 10th.
"This will be a video to show what households are getting up to and essentially how they are coping during the uncertain times of Covid 19.
"I am asking people to pick up their camera or phone on Friday April 10th and show us what they are doing.
"Whether you're self isolating, entertaining your children, looking after loved ones, working on the front line or going to the shops.
"Document your day. Talk to the camera if you choose, or film other people, be as arty as you want.
"I want to see your Zoom conversations, the Joe Wicks workouts, the empty streets, the rainbows in the windows. Film thirty seconds or the whole day in clips, it's up to you!
If you're stuck to what to film I have three questions that I'd appreciate people (of all ages) to try and answer...
1. What are you scared of right now?
2. Who do you miss? Who do you wish you could hug and sit close to?
3. If you woke up tomorrow and everything was back to normal, what would be the first thing you would do?
"Please make your video is in reasonably good quality, do not edit your footage, ie. no additional music or effects, follow the government guidelines and do not put yourself under any risks or dangers to film shots, make sure all your clips have been filmed on April the 10th, not before, not after."