A further three patients have died in hospitals across Norfolk after testing positive for coronavirus.
A Norwich street came together to mark the last Clap For Carers with music and a performance from the Spice Girls.
A well-known doctor is the new medical director of the region’s air ambulance trust, taking over from the man he spent his early medical career learning from.
A new business is preparing to launch its sleepover tent service after lockdown put the brakes on.
More than three-quarters of pubs could reopen if social distancing rules were relaxed to one metre, the boss of a large trade body has said.
Boris Johnson stopped journalists questioning two of the country’s top coronavirus advisers about the ongoing Dominic Cummings controversy.
Family and friends will be allowed to meet in up to groups of six from next week under new lockdown easing measures.
A further 10 patients have died in hospitals across Norfolk after testing positive for coronavirus.
The amount of time bingeing TV, doing DIY and gardening has shot up during lockdown, new figures have revealed.
A Norfolk baby has become a “medical trailblazer” within hours of being born as he became the first in the world to sign up to a trial which could impact how brain injuries are treated at birth.
Coronavirus patients at a Norfolk hospital are helping researchers explore the relationship of genetics and the virus as part of a national trial.
Three patients have died in hospitals across Norfolk after testing positive for coronavirus.
The number of coronavirus-related deaths in Norfolk care homes has increased by 11 in the last week, new figures have shown.
Recovering from coronavirus does not stop the moment you are discharged from hospital.
An executive of Norfolk’s health and care trust says he is bracing for pressure on community services as it looks at ways to return to “normal” post coronavirus.
Staff at Norfolk’s busiest hospital are celebrating as it officially moved out of special measures.
The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital has reported the death of one more patient in its care who has tested positive for Covid-19.
Norwich Door to Door volunteers and vehicles are among those ensuring frontline staff have the vital kit and is in addition to the national PPE ordering process.
A team of community nurses on the frontline of testing have spoken of the role they have played in responding to the coronavirus crisis and seeing Norfolk’s healthcare system work in a way “never seen before”.
A Norwich nurse treating coronavirus patients has shared her own battle with the virus as she returns to the ward for the first time since recovering.
A Norwich man who began making protective face shields for frontline staff out of his garden shed is in contention to win a national award.
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