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Coronavirus: Low case totals in West Norfolk despite surge in neighbouring district

Coronavirus: Low case totals in West Norfolk despite surge in neighbouring district

Coronavirus: Low case totals in West Norfolk despite surge in neighbouring district

Infection levels in Breckland are around three times that of West Norfolk, according to latest data.


Breckland Council leaders praise Covid-safe scheme response

Breckland Council leaders praise Covid-safe scheme response

Breckland Council leaders praise Covid-safe scheme response

Dozens of businesses have already signed up to the accreditation programme.


Walk-in coronavirus vaccination clinics planned at King's Lynn Corn Exchange

Walk-in coronavirus vaccination clinics planned at King's Lynn Corn Exchange

Walk-in coronavirus vaccination clinics planned at King's Lynn Corn Exchange

Two sessions, intended for second doses only, will take place over the bank holiday weekend.


Coronavirus: Weekly West Norfolk infections down more than a third, but officials still urge caution

Coronavirus: Weekly West Norfolk infections down more than a third, but officials still urge caution

Coronavirus: Weekly West Norfolk infections down more than a third, but officials still urge caution

Two new deaths have been recorded in the latest analysis by the Office for National Statistics.


Chemist shops in Downham Market and Swaffham to offer jabs

Chemist shops in Downham Market and Swaffham to offer jabs

Chemist shops in Downham Market and Swaffham to offer jabs

Now those eligible for vaccination can go to be protected against Covid in stores.


Officials urge Covid caution despite West Norfolk infections nearly halving in a week

Officials urge Covid caution despite West Norfolk infections nearly halving in a week

Officials urge Covid caution despite West Norfolk infections nearly halving in a week

The figures cover a seven day period which ended the day after the latest easing of lockdown restrictions.


People aged 32 and 33 called up to book Covid-19 jab

People aged 32 and 33 called up to book Covid-19 jab

People aged 32 and 33 called up to book Covid-19 jab

People aged 32 and 33 in England can book their first coronavirus jab from today (Saturday), the NHS has said.


People aged 34 and 35 invited for Covid-19 jabs

People aged 34 and 35 invited for Covid-19 jabs

People aged 34 and 35 invited for Covid-19 jabs

People aged 34 and over can book their Covid-19 jab from today (Thursday, May 20), the NHS in England has said.


Coronavirus: 'Don't call your GP' plea as West Norfolk over-50s advised to rebook second jabs

Coronavirus: 'Don't call your GP' plea as West Norfolk over-50s advised to rebook second jabs

Coronavirus: 'Don't call your GP' plea as West Norfolk over-50s advised to rebook second jabs

The gap between first and second doses for over-50s and the clinically vulnerable has been shortened from 12 weeks to eight.


Coronavirus: Small fall in West Norfolk cases as concerns grow over Indian variant

Coronavirus: Small fall in West Norfolk cases as concerns grow over Indian variant

Coronavirus: Small fall in West Norfolk cases as concerns grow over Indian variant

Health chiefs say there are a "very small" number of cases in the county.


Million doses of Covid vaccine in sight in Norfolk and Waveney

Million doses of Covid vaccine in sight in Norfolk and Waveney

Million doses of Covid vaccine in sight in Norfolk and Waveney

40% of adults now have had both jabs.


QEH King's Lynn first in UK to take part in vital long covid research

QEH King's Lynn first in UK to take part in vital long covid research

QEH King's Lynn first in UK to take part in vital long covid research

The study will track covid patients after discharge


NHS reveals when under 40s will get Covid jabs

NHS reveals when under 40s will get Covid jabs

NHS reveals when under 40s will get Covid jabs

People aged 38 and 39 the next to be offered their first Covid-19 vaccine NHS officials have confirmed.


Fears over West Norfolk holiday site season extension bids

Fears over West Norfolk holiday site season extension bids

Fears over West Norfolk holiday site season extension bids

But planning officials say the potential economic benefits outweigh the potential risks, including a possible rise in Covid infections.


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