In a WIP post a couple of weeks ago I showed some photos from work on the railway nearby. They are making progress. The photo above was taken from a footbridge, 25 July. The ones below at a level crossing a bit further away, 31 July. (The yellow train is involved in the process.)
The purple plant in the foreground in the last photo I think is called willowherb or fireweed in English. In Swedish it goes by a number of different names, including one (rallar-ros) that would translate as "navvy's rose" in English; referring to the fact that it often grows along railways.
As for myself, I'm still walking round pretty much in the same circles close to home; and I expect that is likely to continue for a while yet. (The corona-related statistics from our health authorities have kept improving a lot during the summer though.)