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Coronavirus: West Norfolk records first week without virus death since last September

Coronavirus: West Norfolk records first week without virus death since last September

Coronavirus: West Norfolk records first week without virus death since last September

Health chiefs are urging the public to stick to the guidelines as lockdown eases further next week.


Coronavirus: Further fall in West Norfolk infection rate revealed

Coronavirus: Further fall in West Norfolk infection rate revealed

Coronavirus: Further fall in West Norfolk infection rate revealed

Infections were down to a six month low on the eve of the Easter break, new data suggests.


What does the voice of the West Norfolk drinker think of Covid passports for pubs?

What does the voice of the West Norfolk drinker think of Covid passports for pubs?

What does the voice of the West Norfolk drinker think of Covid passports for pubs?

Bar Man gives a scathing verdict on any Government move to give out 'certification status' cards.


Hairdressers, shops and gyms to reopen on April 12

Hairdressers, shops and gyms to reopen on April 12

Hairdressers, shops and gyms to reopen on April 12

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says hairdressers, gyms, shops and beer gardens will be allowed to reopen in a week on Monday, April 12.


West Norfolk Council plea over funeral rules

West Norfolk Council plea over funeral rules

West Norfolk Council plea over funeral rules

Officials say there have been incidents where more mourners than permitted under Covid regulations have attended the borough's main crematorium.


Coronavirus: West Norfolk infection rate 'at lowest level in six months', figures show

Coronavirus: West Norfolk infection rate 'at lowest level in six months', figures show

Coronavirus: West Norfolk infection rate 'at lowest level in six months', figures show

New data shows another significant fall in week-on-week case numbers.


West Norfolk groups welcome £320k of coronavirus culture grants

West Norfolk groups welcome £320k of coronavirus culture grants

West Norfolk groups welcome £320k of coronavirus culture grants

Some of our area's best known venues and events have received further support today.


Norfolk Police urges public: 'Help stop Easter ravers'

Norfolk Police urges public: 'Help stop Easter ravers'

Norfolk Police urges public: 'Help stop Easter ravers'

Senior officers say they have intelligence suggesting an unlawful gathering could take place over the next few days.


Coronavirus: More walk-in vaccination sessions planned for West Norfolk

Coronavirus: More walk-in vaccination sessions planned for West Norfolk

Coronavirus: More walk-in vaccination sessions planned for West Norfolk

Walk-in clinics for people in eligible groups will take place over the Easter weekend.


Care company in King's Lynn and Downham Market confirms it won't make vaccines compulsory

Care company in King's Lynn and Downham Market confirms it won't make vaccines compulsory

Care company in King's Lynn and Downham Market confirms it won't make vaccines compulsory

Three UK care companies have already set an April deadline on their staff


Plan to axe virtual meetings 'premature', say West Norfolk councillors

Plan to axe virtual meetings 'premature', say West Norfolk councillors

Plan to axe virtual meetings 'premature', say West Norfolk councillors

Government plans to axe the current provision for virtual meetings are 'an unnecessary risk', a meeting has been told.


Walk-in coronavirus jab sessions to take place at Downham hub

Walk-in coronavirus jab sessions to take place at Downham hub

Walk-in coronavirus jab sessions to take place at Downham hub

People who haven't had the vaccine can attend one of two sessions in the next few days without an appointment - if they are in an eligible group.


Coronavirus: West Norfolk cases drop as big rise recorded in Breckland

Coronavirus: West Norfolk cases drop as big rise recorded in Breckland

Coronavirus: West Norfolk cases drop as big rise recorded in Breckland

Infection rates in one neighbouring area are more than three times higher, according to government data.


Explore-a-Book trail unveiled in West Norfolk towns

Explore-a-Book trail unveiled in West Norfolk towns

Explore-a-Book trail unveiled in West Norfolk towns

Officials hope the new displays will encourage people back into West Norfolk's town centres following the latest coronavirus lockdown.


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