Whether it is with a virtual 100th birthday party, or a greeting through a window pane, people are making the best of a bad situation.

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Peggy Fisher celebrated her 100th birthday in Dublin with three family members present.

The others - her son Michael in Monaghan, her sister Nora in Armagh, and her grandchildren in Belfast, Dublin and London - attended via video link! Image: Michael Fisher

Levi Anderson, eight months old, having a go with chalk for the first time.

His family helped him out with some appreciation messages for frontline staff (Main picture) Images: Melissa Anderson

Ellen practising her archery in the back garden (and kitchen) in Cabinteely, Dublin Image: Barry McCabe

Robyn dropped in to the home office for some maintenance works image: Alison Sheppard

Zoe caught giving herself a makeover for her seveneth birthday on 31 March Image: Nicola McLaughlin

Daniel, Tegan and Kacie shook hands with their Granda through the glass in Greencastle, Co Donegal Image: Shona McDermott