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Public Health officials in Norfolk say while they are “preparing for anything”, they are not “actively expecting” new spikes in coronavirus cases.
The parish council has accessed food supplies for emergency cases.
The video will reassure customers and stall holders alike.
There has been a 'substantial increase' in clients during the coronavirus pandemic according to a chief executive.
After we asked readers if they felt Thursday's Clap for Carers should be the last, the result has been overwhelmingly one-sided.
Councillors have approved plans from a Lynn company which says it has had a four-fold increase in demand for its products during the pandemic.
The total who have died after testing positive for the virus at the QEH is now 144.
Staff at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital have thanked the West Norfolk community for their continued support during COVID-19.
Two more patients have died at Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital after testing positive for coronavirus.
Residents at a Downham care home saw members of their families for the first time in months last night during the 10th Clap for Carers.
Have your say on whether tonight's Clap for Carers should be the last in our poll.
The hospital has thanked the community and staff for their support and care.