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Schools hit by coronavirus 'in desperate need of financial support'

Schools hit by coronavirus 'in desperate need of financial support'

Schools hit by coronavirus 'in desperate need of financial support'

12 November 2020

Suffolk schools hit hardest by Covid-19 are in desperate need of financial support as additional costs are stretching already-tight budgets.


Two schools closed after staff member tests positive for Covid-19

Two schools closed after staff member tests positive for Covid-19

Two schools closed after staff member tests positive for Covid-19

12 November 2020

Two primary schools have been forced to close after a staff member tested positive for coronavirus.


How can Suffolk university students return home safely for Christmas?

How can Suffolk university students return home safely for Christmas?

How can Suffolk university students return home safely for Christmas?

11 November 2020

Students in England and Wales will be allowed to travel back to their family homes across Suffolk for Christmas.


Suffolk not among mass testing areas but will receive 'significant number' of weekly tests

Suffolk not among mass testing areas but will receive 'significant number' of weekly tests

Suffolk not among mass testing areas but will receive 'significant number' of weekly tests

10 November 2020

Suffolk is not among the 66 areas where mass coronavirus testing is to be rolled out, the county's health director has said.


British public likely to be among first to receive Covid-19 jab, Hancock says

British public likely to be among first to receive Covid-19 jab, Hancock says

British public likely to be among first to receive Covid-19 jab, Hancock says

10 November 2020

People in the UK are likely to be among the first in the world to receive a coronavirus jab, West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock has confirmed.


More than 40 people test positive for coronavirus following outbreak at care home

More than 40 people test positive for coronavirus following outbreak at care home

More than 40 people test positive for coronavirus following outbreak at care home

10 November 2020

Regular testing is now ongoing for all residents and staff at the care facility, with those affected currently in self-isolation.


'Our GPs don't know when a vaccine will be available'

'Our GPs don't know when a vaccine will be available'

'Our GPs don't know when a vaccine will be available'

10 November 2020

The NHS is this week looking to set the record straight to avoid further unnecessary calls and emails.


Suffolk MP says UK regulator could approve Oxford or Pfizer jab quickly

Suffolk MP says UK regulator could approve Oxford or Pfizer jab quickly

Suffolk MP says UK regulator could approve Oxford or Pfizer jab quickly

10 November 2020

The Pfizer or Oxford jabs could be approved within days of a licence application, West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock has said.


Military and NHS ready to roll out Covid-19 jab from next month, says Suffolk MP Matt Hancock

Military and NHS ready to roll out Covid-19 jab from next month, says Suffolk MP Matt Hancock

Military and NHS ready to roll out Covid-19 jab from next month, says Suffolk MP Matt Hancock

10 November 2020

Health Secretary and West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock says the military and NHS staff are on standby to roll out a Covid-19 vaccine in just three weeks.


Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine proves ‘90% effective’ - and first doses could be in Suffolk by Christmas

Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine proves ‘90% effective’ - and first doses could be in Suffolk by Christmas

Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine proves ‘90% effective’ - and first doses could be in Suffolk by Christmas

10 November 2020

A coronavirus vaccine could start being distributed across Suffolk by Christmas, say scientists


Town’s Covid cases double in one month

Town’s Covid cases double in one month

Town’s Covid cases double in one month

09 November 2020

Figures for October reveal that the number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Haverhill more than doubled over the course of the month.


The art of WFH video calling

The art of WFH video calling

The art of WFH video calling

09 November 2020

Working from home? Here are some tips from marketing guru Kim Morrison on how to make your video calls effective.


Lest We Forget: How Suffolk remembered - in the year of coronavirus

Lest We Forget: How Suffolk remembered - in the year of coronavirus

Lest We Forget: How Suffolk remembered - in the year of coronavirus

08 November 2020

Thousands paid tribute today to all those who fought for our country, the commonwealth, the county.


Latest figures show drop in Covid infection rates across Suffolk

Latest figures show drop in Covid infection rates across Suffolk

Latest figures show drop in Covid infection rates across Suffolk

08 November 2020

Locations with the highest and lowest coronavirus infection rates across the county have been announced.


Podcast: Lockdown 2 gets underway and one woman's incredible swimming challenge during breast cancer battle

Podcast: Lockdown 2 gets underway and one woman's incredible swimming challenge during breast cancer battle

Podcast: Lockdown 2 gets underway and one woman's incredible swimming challenge during breast cancer battle

06 November 2020

The second lockdown to try and reduce the spread of coronavirus is underway - find out what MPs, the police, and business bosses have to say about it.


'Enjoy a chat with Pat' - cinema manager offers phone service for lonely and isolated customers

'Enjoy a chat with Pat' - cinema manager offers phone service for lonely and isolated customers

'Enjoy a chat with Pat' - cinema manager offers phone service for lonely and isolated customers

06 November 2020

A popular cinema manager is offering a telephone befriending service to help customers struggling with isolation and loneliness during lockdown.


7 signs your child could be suffering from Covid-stress

7 signs your child could be suffering from Covid-stress

7 signs your child could be suffering from Covid-stress

06 November 2020

Referrals to an NHS wellbeing hub have more than doubled for children and young adults in the last six months, figures show


Suffolk to stay open for TV and film productions in second lockdown

Suffolk to stay open for TV and film productions in second lockdown

Suffolk to stay open for TV and film productions in second lockdown

05 November 2020

Suffolk will remain open for TV and movie productions to film safely during the second coronavirus lockdown, the official film office has confirmed.


Widespread Covid-19 testing called off at food factory as no new positive cases identified for over 10 days

Widespread Covid-19 testing called off at food factory as no new positive cases identified for over 10 days

Widespread Covid-19 testing called off at food factory as no new positive cases identified for over 10 days

05 November 2020

Officials say widespread Covid-19 testing is no longer needed at a poultry factory, now that the number of new cases has fallen 'significantly'.


Suffolk MP abstained from second lockdown vote as he felt 'conflicted' about the right approach

Suffolk MP abstained from second lockdown vote as he felt 'conflicted' about the right approach

Suffolk MP abstained from second lockdown vote as he felt 'conflicted' about the right approach

05 November 2020

The only Suffolk MP who did not vote in favour of a second national lockdown in England has said he 'fundamentally couldn't justify' supporting it.


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