GLASGOW'S archives are wanting people to record life during coronavirus for future generations. 

Glasgow City Archives has called on ordinary Glaswegians to record normal life in "unprecedented" times, which has seen disruption to daily life similar to that caused by the Second World War. 

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Diarists are asked to keep a daily record of events, large and small, to give people in the future an insight into what life was like in our difficult times. 

The diaries will be collected by Glasgow City Archives and preserved. 

In the interests of privacy and sensitivity, the diaries will only be released to the public "after a long period of time has passed".

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Diaries can be kept and submitted in either handwritten or digital format. 

A date for submission has yet to be decided.