A further two patients have died of coronavirus at a Norfolk hospital.
Mental health experts in Suffolk have produced a support pack for schools to help anxious pupils through their return from coronavirus lockdown.
No new coronavirus deaths have been confirmed at Norfolk’s hospitals for the second day running.
There have been no new reported coronavirus-related deaths in Norfolk’s hospitals.
The majority of care homes in Britain have not had any staff tested for coronavirus, figures suggest, indicating the Government remains a long way off its target for universal testing by early June.
The remarkable generosity of Norfolk people has seen £1m raised to help charities stop vulnerable people from going hungry or being lonely during the coronavirus crisis.
Mobile coronavirus testing units are continuing to visit towns across the region next week – here is where you can find them.
Dental practices across the region will be allowed to reopen to patients from next month.
More than 700 patients have been discharged after receiving hospital treatment for coronavirus across Norfolk.
A further three patients have died in hospitals across Norfolk after testing positive for coronavirus.
“Difficult decisions” could have to be taken if Norfolk County Council is to balance its books - because of a £20m shortfall between the estimated £63m cost of coronavirus and government funding to cover it.
Mental health patients are being restrained and isolated more often during the coronavirus pandemic, figures have revealed.
Testing of all care home staff and residents in Suffolk if one person gets coronavirus has been in place for more than two weeks, according to council care bosses.
Family and friends will be allowed to meet in up to groups of six from next week under new lockdown easing measures.
A system to find people who have come into close contact with people with coronavirus has started in a bid to control the spread of the virus and help ease lockdown restrictions.
The founder of Clap for Carers has called for the gesture to be stopped.
The government’s test and trace system will be launched tomorrow, with Norfolk’s director of public health saying it is vital to stop the spread of coronavirus.
A further 10 patients have died in hospitals across Norfolk after testing positive for coronavirus.
People could soon be allowed to meet outside in groups of 10 as the government contemplates the next stage of its coronavirus response.
The amount of time bingeing TV, doing DIY and gardening has shot up during lockdown, new figures have revealed.
People have been urged to continue to stick to coronavirus guidance despite fears the case of the UK government’s senior aide Dominic Cummings may see an erosion of public confidence in the rules.
Three patients have died in hospitals across Norfolk after testing positive for coronavirus.
More of Norfolk’s recycling centres could be reopening by the end of this week, council officers have confirmed.
Norwich has the third-lowest death rate in the UK when coronavirus-related deaths are ranked by local authority, according to new figures.
The number of coronavirus-related deaths in Norfolk care homes has increased by 11 in the last week, new figures have shown.
Prime minister Boris Johnson has set out his plans for the staged reopening of shops in England, with markets potentially reopening in a week’s time and other shops from the middle of June.
People have been praised by Norfolk’s police chief for adhering to social distancing rules when they headed out over the bank holiday weekend.
Prime minister Boris Johnson’s chief adviser Dominic Cummings has said he “behaved reasonably and legally” in driving to County Durham during lockdown.
Two more patients have died after testing positive for coronavirus at the Norfolk’s hospitals.
The region’s mental health trust has been criticised for a “shocking” lack of beds as data revealed a fresh rise in patients being sent out of the area for treatment.
McDonald’s sites in Norfolk have opened for the first time since they were forced to close in March.
The fire service and an ambulance have been called after a woman became ‘trapped’ under a horse.
There were long queues outside the drive-throughs as some McDonald’s in Norfolk reopened for the first time after lockdown.
Last week, a consortium of Norfolk headteachers wrote an open letter to parents denouncing suggestions that they were “being lazy” over school re-openings to non-keyworker children.
A town’s market is set to make a phased return as lockdown starts to ease.