We know the pandemic has affected everyone in different ways. But we can look at the impact of the crisis on the UK economy as a whole.
Earlier this year, the UK Government asked millions of people to stay at home to help protect lives.
This meant millions of people were unable to work. Only those doing essential work, such as providing food or electricity, were able to continue.
It also meant people spent less on non-essential things. For example, buying clothes, eating out and transport.