The rate of coronavirus infection in Norfolk has risen slightly, new public health data reveals.

The manager of a nursing home in Swaffham has been surprised with a celebratory afternoon to mark her 15 years’ of service at the home.

A local campaign to stop the spread of Covid-19 as we head into the colder autumn months has been launched in Norfolk.

A new school of nursing has been given the go ahead in Norfolk after funding was approved by the government.

People from locked-down parts of the country should face a blanket travel ban as a way to stop the spread in less affected areas, a Norfolk MP has said.

A six-year-old boy with toothache was left in “absolute agony” unable to eat or drink after he couldn’t get an emergency appointment at his registered dentist.

More than 1,300 people waited longer than four weeks for an assessment from the region’s mental health trust last month, it has been revealed.

Hopes of a weekly ritual for runners and fitness enthusiasts returning next month have been dashed following the latest string of government regulations.

An experienced project leader has been appointed to drive forward ambitions for a £12.5m new hospice to improve end-of-life care in Norfolk.

Improved care and extra beds are being promised after a Norfolk hospital sealed a deal to snap up a private facility on the same site.

The entire staff of a sports shop are self isolating after multiple workers tested positive for coronavirus.

A long-serving first aid volunteer has been appointed Knight of the Order of St John.

One of the UK’s foremost experts in skin cancer detection, Dr Deepak Rallan from Diamond Skin Care, explains how to maintain your peace of mind as access to healthcare has become more restricted.

A Norfolk man receiving end-of-life care has been sent kind messages and signed football memorabilia from around the country after a social media campaign captured people’s hearts.

People are being encouraged to download a coronavirus contact tracing app which launched across England and Wales on Thursday.

Patients living with bone, joint and muscle pain, saw their symptoms worsen during lockdown, according to new research by the University of East Anglia.

A road on the edge of Norwich is set to lose its second pharmacy in the space of just a few months, despite the ongoing global pandemic.

Positive coronavirus cases have been confirmed in eight Norfolk schools, council bosses have said, but none of them are classed as outbreaks.

A Norwich school has asked a “sub-set” of its oldest pupils to self-isolate at home after a teenager tested positive for coronavirus.

Gymnastics coaches who managed to expand their business during the pandemic say they want their new building to be in use 24/7 as they plan to get more people into the sport.

Forty-three Norfolk care homes have at least one case of coronavirus - including 16 with two or more, classed as an outbreak.

For 19 weeks of this year, more than 40,000 people in Norfolk with underlying health conditions were forced to isolate themselves from the rest of society.

With the government having rolled out a new raft of rules in the hope of preventing another lockdown, we want to know how you are feeling about the current climate.

Norwich’s nightlife lifeline is preparing for a journey into the unknown this weekend, when its volunteers work their first shifts under new coronavirus pub curfews.

The first possible signs of a coronavirus outbreak at Banham Poultry were not flagged up by the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, the county’s director of public health has said.

More than 30 medical experts including a doctor from the UEA have signed a letter calling on the government to change its strategy in relation to the coronavirus pandemic.

A school has asked the parents of its year one “bubble” to keep their children at home after a fellow pupil tested positive for coronavirus.

A couple who were due to tie to knot this December have told of their sadness after new regulations threw their plans into disarray - but also their guilt at being upset.

The owner of a Norfolk pub has announced she will be permanently closing at the end of the month following an “appalling” trading period.

The number of coronavirus cases in Norfolk are “creeping up”, the county’s director of public health has warned, as she said a tightrope must be walked to keep the virus in check.

Virtual reality video games are being used by Norwich scientists to see if they can help people who have had strokes rehabilitate during coronavirus restrictions.

Center Parcs at Elveden Forest is one of many holiday resorts asking customers to rearrange their bookings as a result of the government’s ‘rule of six’ for Covid-19.

Norfolk and Waveney have been warned not to be complacent in the fight against coronavirus, as MPs praised the government’s new restrictions as “sensible” and “practical”.

A man has revealed his impressive lockdown transformation to family and friends who had not seen a single snap of him during his weight loss journey.

More people in Norfolk and Waveney are set to be offered the flu jab this winter as part of a health drive to prevent the double threat of flu and coronavirus.

The owner of an entertainment company which has been hard hit by the pandemic says he has had to adapt the business in order to get by.

People should work from home if they can, government ministers have said, ahead of Boris Johnson’s televised address tonight over further restrictions to stop the spread of coronavirus.

Premier Inn owner Whitbread has warned it could axe up to 6,000 jobs as the coronavirus crisis continues to hit demand for hotel stays.

A parent, who does not want to be named, has shared what it is like to get a coronavirus test in the city - and it was not what they had hoped.

Friday marked a hopeful milestone in the region’s fight against coronavirus.

The leader of Norfolk County Council has said that the national testing system for coronavirus needs to improve - but was not able to give an answer when pressed on how many wasted appointments there had been in the county.

The number of coronavirus cases in much of Norfolk are continuing to fall, according to the latest figures.

Readers have given their verdict on whether Norfolk should be included in a second coronavirus lockdown, as the government refuses to rule one out.

The remarkable response of people in Norwich to the coronavirus pandemic has been captured for posterity, through hundreds of photographs and objects which will tell the story to future generations.

People who refuse an order to self-isolate will face fines of up to £10,000, the government has warned amid deepening concern at the sharp upsurge in coronavirus infections.

A 92-year-old ‘devoted family GP’ has penned a book retelling his experience of serving the Southwold community for several decades.

Ministers are considering tough new coronavirus restrictions as Boris Johnson said the long-feared the second wave of the pandemic has arrived in the UK.

People who refuse to give details when entering a pub, bar cafe or restaurant could be refused entry and potentially face legal proceedings.

An infant school on the edge of Norwich has become the latest to confirm that one of its pupils has tested positive for coronavirus.

Calls for the East to avoid a further local lockdown have been made after warnings that it would be “disastrous”.

Almost 200 pupils and five members of staff are isolating from a school which yesterday confirmed its first positive case of coronavirus since returning.

Norfolk has been taken off the national coronavirus ‘watchlist’ - at a time when lockdowns are being imposed in other parts of the country.

Health secretary Matt Hancock has warned a second national lockdown has not been ruled out to curb the spread of coronavirus.

A Norfolk high school has confirmed one of its pupils has tested positive for coronavirus - less than a month into the new school year.

A care home near Norwich where a resident lost 30pc of their body weight and another was “unlawfully” locked in their room for seven days has been placed in special measures.

More than £1m has been awarded to councils across Norfolk to try to help keep the homeless people who were housed due to coronavirus lockdown in accommodation.

A dog has died and two others remain seriously ill after contracting a rare but lethal canine disease after a visit to the Sandringham Estate.

The family of a 12-year-old diagnosed with a genetic disorder when she was just a tot are helping to raise awareness as part of an annual fundraiser which marks its 25th anniversary this week.

These photos show how the coronavirus testing site at Postwick was almost completely empty on Wednesday as people still struggle to book tests.

Boris Johnson has urged the public to speak to groups thought to be breaking new rules on gatherings before reporting them to police.

Headteacher at Hillcrest Primary in Downham Market, Matthew Try, describes his anger at how the testing system has let down schools and parents.

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