Unstable peri-trochanteric fracture presents management challenges, more so during the Covid-19 pandemic. Aim of the study was to evaluateperi-operative parameters during proximal femoral anti-rotation (PFNA) nailing in the early lockdown period of Covid-19 pandemic (Post-C group) and compare them to a cohort of demographically matched unstable peri-trochanteric fracture group from thepre-lockdown period (Pre-C group) to ascertain any significant change in clinical, radiological and functional outcomes. We retrospectively analysed matched groups with respect to median age, ASA grading and comorbidities. Intraoperative parameters assessed were duration of operation theatre and surgical time for PFNA. In Post-C group, personal protection equipment (PPE) use by Health Care Worker (HCW)was evaluated.