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Covid jab recommended for children aged 12 to 15 by chief medical officers

Covid jab recommended for children aged 12 to 15 by chief medical officers

Covid jab recommended for children aged 12 to 15 by chief medical officers

Around three million children could be eligible for a first dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid jab.


Linnets' National League fixture postponed due to positive Covid tests

Linnets' National League fixture postponed due to positive Covid tests

Linnets' National League fixture postponed due to positive Covid tests

Linnets were due to take on the Robins at the The J.Davidson Stadium tomorrow night but the game will now be rearranged.


Staffing woes make this ideal time to train new generation

Staffing woes make this ideal time to train new generation

Staffing woes make this ideal time to train new generation

Brexit and the pandemic made a perfect storm for worker recruitment now we must resolve it, explains Peter Lawrence


New text drive aims to reach region's unvaccinated thousands

New text drive aims to reach region's unvaccinated thousands

New text drive aims to reach region's unvaccinated thousands

Parts of King's Lynn still have some of the lowest coronavirus vaccination take-up rates in the region.


Could the tone of your voice or way you cough suggest you've got Covid-19?

Could the tone of your voice or way you cough suggest you've got Covid-19?

Could the tone of your voice or way you cough suggest you've got Covid-19?

Talking and coughing sounds are being collected by NHS scientists investigating whether they may indicate someone has caught Covid-19.


Coronavirus: Third patient in a week dies at King's Lynn hospital

Coronavirus: Third patient in a week dies at King's Lynn hospital

Coronavirus: Third patient in a week dies at King's Lynn hospital

Eight patients have now died with the virus within the past month, figures suggest.


Vaccine proof 'to be required to work in Norfolk care homes'

Vaccine proof 'to be required to work in Norfolk care homes'

Vaccine proof 'to be required to work in Norfolk care homes'

Workers are being urged to get vaccinated within the next few days so they don't fall foul of the new measures.


Coronavirus: New death confirmed at King's Lynn hospital

Coronavirus: New death confirmed at King's Lynn hospital

Coronavirus: New death confirmed at King's Lynn hospital

The case is the second fatality in the last few days.


'It's not going to save Christmas'

'It's not going to save Christmas'

'It's not going to save Christmas'

As crunch talks take place in Whitehall to ease the lorry driver shortages, one industry expert warns it may be too little, too late.

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Scout Association launches Squirrels for early years children

Scout Association launches Squirrels for early years children

Scout Association launches Squirrels for early years children

Children aged just four and five will now be able to join the Scout Association as it launches its first new group for 35 years.


Coronavirus: King's Lynn hospital records sixth patient death in month

Coronavirus: King's Lynn hospital records sixth patient death in month

Coronavirus: King's Lynn hospital records sixth patient death in month

The total death toll related to the virus at the hospital now stands at 488.


Are we facing an October firebreak lockdown?

Are we facing an October firebreak lockdown?

Are we facing an October firebreak lockdown?

With Covid cases rising could a short, sharp lockdown and longer half term break be needed? Reports suggest the government is considering it.


Coronavirus: King's Lynn hospital records fourth patient death in two weeks

Coronavirus: King's Lynn hospital records fourth patient death in two weeks

Coronavirus: King's Lynn hospital records fourth patient death in two weeks

Six patients have now died with the virus at the hospital in little over a month.


What we know about Mu - the covid strain that may evade vaccines

What we know about Mu - the covid strain that may evade vaccines

What we know about Mu - the covid strain that may evade vaccines

Scientists have added a new covid variant to the World Health Organisation's watchlist over concerns it may evade people's existing immunity.


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