I hope the continuity around the coronavirus programming is being kept and stored somewhere.
I doubt TV will see something like this again.
Why would it need to be kept and stored? What's so special about it? An announcer saying "In a change to the advertised schedule Pointless will now be on BBC Two at 5:15. Here on One, we join a BBC News special" isn't particularly noteworthy in itself. That's been done many times before both for planned and unplanned events.
Or have I misunderstood?
No, the newsflashes themselves are not particularly noteworthy themselves (although when was the last time they were daily?)
I mainly meant around the new programming, like Health Check UK Live. Or the now rationed episodes of EastEnders.
Watching the continuity around events like Dianas death, 9/11, Queen Mother, 7/7 and the ripple effects afterwards gives us a sense into the mood of the nation at that time.