Coronavirus cases in Norfolk “are linked through family and social contact”, the county’s top public health official has revealed.
Nearly half of new coronavirus cases reported in Norfolk occurred in Great Yarmouth in the last seven days, new figures have revealed.
Parts of Norfolk have seen a rise in the coronavirus infection rate in the past week, while others have seen the number of cases fall - but numbers remain low compared to the country’s hot spots
Families have been warned spare school bus seats will be “limited” from September due to Covid-19 social distancing restrictions.
The reopening of schools to all pupils from September could lead to an increase in new coronavirus cases, it has been warned.
A row over councillors being accused of taking credit for the county’s low rates of coronavirus has rumbled on - after the cabinet hit back at opposition criticisms.
Parts of Norfolk saw a small rise in the coronavirus infection rate last week, while others saw infection rates fall - but overall numbers remain low.
The government has postponed a planned easing of England’s lockdown amid a rise in the prevalence of coronavirus in the community.
A local lockdown would be a “last resort” to combat a fresh rise in cases of coronavirus in Norfolk, a public health director has said.
Scores of county council staff members were placed on furlough during the Covid-19 lockdown, it has been revealed.
Councillors have been criticised for taking credit for Norfolk’s low rate of coronavirus infections and failing to learn the lessons of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Abortion services have seen an increased demand during lockdown as more than 200 women across Norfolk have struggled to access contraceptive care.
A councillor has urged Norfolk not to “let a good crisis go to waste” during a discussion on the county’s response to coronavirus.
People have been told to call a dentist “only when in agony” as a huge backlog builds and Norfolk surgeries’ books are closed to new NHS patients in the wake of coronavirus.
A designated visiting room and arranged bookings are among ways families and friends will be able to visit loved ones in care homes.
Mobile coronavirus testing stations are continuing to visit towns across Norfolk and Waveney next week.
An extra £7.6m of a government pot to ease pressures councils face due to coronavirus has been earmarked for Norfolk.
Mental health services expect to see the demand for support rise by a fifth due to the coronavirus lockdown, as patients become increasingly unwell and doctors warn of the risk of increasing suicides, it has been revealed.
A Norfolk MP and vice-chair of an inquiry into the government’s response to Covid-19 said the UK has seen “catastrophic” failings in dealing with the disease.
After weeks of mixed messages, the Government has announced it will soon be mandatory to wear a face covering in supermarkets and other shops in England.
Fears disadvantaged children are facing increased “technological poverty” during lockdown have sparked fresh calls for action to provide families with laptops.
A Norfolk council has overspent by almost £700,000 on housing and is facing “significant” and “unsustainable” cash pressures.
Two of the three major hospitals in Norfolk have seen no new coronavirus deaths in the last month, figures reveal.
A Norfolk councillor has hit out at government funding news which will see the county get a share of just over £30m as “crumbs”.
While some have been counting down the hours until the further easing of coronavirus restrictions, not everyone is going to be flocking to enjoy greater freedoms.
Pubs, restaurants, outdoor attractions and places of worships are among the latest areas to open their doors again as the largest easing of lockdown measures come into effect today.
Do not let traders down, that is the message from the prime minister ahead of the reopening of many businesses on Saturday.
Norfolk’s director of public health has joined growing calls urging those who do head out to act responsibly by protecting themselves and others reduce the spread of coronavirus.
In late January, many of us still believed the effects of coronavirus would not impact our day-to-day lives.
It is 100 days since the biggest ever peacetime restrictions on our lives began.