Tuesday (June 30) marked the 100th day of lockdown.
It all began on March 23; streets fell eerily empty as the government enforced the most extraordinary restrictions never seen before in UK peacetime.
Shopping malls turned into ghost towns, and desolated supermarket shelves made us feel as if we were living in some kind of post-apocalyptic world.
Restaurants closed and roads fell silent, with some Surrey residents rather pleased that the noisy rumble of the M25 appeared to disappear overnight.
Amid the misery there were signs of hope and community spirit. Colourful rainbows were set up in windows to show appreciation for the NHS and grown men decided to dress up as various fictional characters to cheer up neighbours.
Residents got creative too; one Horley family created a coronavirus version of Monopoly during lockdown. A Bookham singer performed a doorstep concert to her immediate neighbours.
Then slowly but surely, life began to return.
Hungry fast-food fans were delighted to see McDonald’s open its drive-thrus, and shoppers returned to the high streets as non-essential retailers were given the green light to reopen.
Take a look through our gallery of 100 photos below, each represents a day in lockdown in Surrey.