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Plea from doctors' surgery: 'Please stop calling us asking for the coronavirus vaccine'

Plea from doctors' surgery: 'Please stop calling us asking for the coronavirus vaccine'

Plea from doctors' surgery: 'Please stop calling us asking for the coronavirus vaccine'

04 December 2020

A doctors' practice in Suffolk has been forced to issue a plea to patients not to call or visit the surgery asking for the anti-virus vaccine.


West Suffolk Hospital addresses 'fast evolving situation' over coronavirus vaccine rollout

West Suffolk Hospital addresses 'fast evolving situation' over coronavirus vaccine rollout

West Suffolk Hospital addresses 'fast evolving situation' over coronavirus vaccine rollout

04 December 2020

West Suffolk Hospital bosses have addressed the 'fast evolving situation' over the rollout of the coronavirus vaccine.


'It’s very difficult times': Appeal to support brain injury charity over festive season as it faces £100,000 loss

'It’s very difficult times': Appeal to support brain injury charity over festive season as it faces £100,000 loss

'It’s very difficult times': Appeal to support brain injury charity over festive season as it faces £100,000 loss

04 December 2020

A brain injury charity, which is facing a £100,000 shortfall in funding due to the pandemic, is appealing for support over the festive season.


Premier Travel optimistic for 2021 as first anniversary in town arrives following turbulent year

Premier Travel optimistic for 2021 as first anniversary in town arrives following turbulent year

Premier Travel optimistic for 2021 as first anniversary in town arrives following turbulent year

03 December 2020

The travel agency says they have been taking lots of bookings for late 2021 and 2022 – possibly because of news of a coronavirus vaccination.


NHS sees increase in Suffolk mental health referrals during pandemic

NHS sees increase in Suffolk mental health referrals during pandemic

NHS sees increase in Suffolk mental health referrals during pandemic

03 December 2020

Mental health services are experiencing increasing referrals as Covid-19 increases loneliness and stress.


Six million unsafe PPE items seized at Suffolk border were not for NHS

Six million unsafe PPE items seized at Suffolk border were not for NHS

Six million unsafe PPE items seized at Suffolk border were not for NHS

02 December 2020

Nearly six million items of PPE stopped at the Suffolk border because they did not meet UK safety standards were not government or NHS orders.


CQC removes GP practice from 'special measures'

CQC removes GP practice from 'special measures'

CQC removes GP practice from 'special measures'

02 December 2020

A GP practice in one of Suffolk's largest towns has been taken out of ‘special measures’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).


Millions of unsafe items of PPE coming into Suffolk have been seized, new data shows

Millions of unsafe items of PPE coming into Suffolk have been seized, new data shows

Millions of unsafe items of PPE coming into Suffolk have been seized, new data shows

01 December 2020

Millions of unsafe items of PPE coming into Suffolk have been seized – as more than half of checked items failed to comply with safety laws.


This is how you can volunteer to help the coronavirus vaccine rollout

This is how you can volunteer to help the coronavirus vaccine rollout

This is how you can volunteer to help the coronavirus vaccine rollout

30 November 2020

An NHS trust is recruiting healthcare professionals and volunteers from across Suffolk and Essex to help deliver a Covid-19 vaccination programme.


More than 25,000 called mental health helpline during pandemic

More than 25,000 called mental health helpline during pandemic

More than 25,000 called mental health helpline during pandemic

28 November 2020

A phone line set up to provide immediate help has been used by more than 25,000.


What tier will Suffolk be in after lockdown?

What tier will Suffolk be in after lockdown?

What tier will Suffolk be in after lockdown?

24 November 2020

The Prime Minister has announced a new Covid Winter Plan, but what will the new approach mean for people in Suffolk?


Suffolk sees fall in coronavirus rates as public is warned not to expect a 'normal' Christmas

Suffolk sees fall in coronavirus rates as public is warned not to expect a 'normal' Christmas

Suffolk sees fall in coronavirus rates as public is warned not to expect a 'normal' Christmas

22 November 2020

Suffolk is among the areas in England with the lowest rate of coronavirus infections but residents have been warned not to expect a normal Christmas.


First vaccination site in Suffolk to be ready by December 1

First vaccination site in Suffolk to be ready by December 1

First vaccination site in Suffolk to be ready by December 1

21 November 2020

Suffolk’s first site for delivering Covid-19 vaccinations is to be ready in less than two weeks time, it has been confirmed.


Suffolk MP attempts to calm Commons heckling with ‘children’ cry

Suffolk MP attempts to calm Commons heckling with ‘children’ cry

Suffolk MP attempts to calm Commons heckling with ‘children’ cry

17 November 2020

A health minister labelled some MPs 'children' as she responded to concerns of Conservative Party donors potentially 'profiteering' from Covid-19.


Hundreds of pupils at primary school self-isolating after staff test positive for coronavirus

Hundreds of pupils at primary school self-isolating after staff test positive for coronavirus

Hundreds of pupils at primary school self-isolating after staff test positive for coronavirus

16 November 2020

About half of the pupils at a school are self-isolating after two staff members tested positive for coronavirus.


Stroke care at hospital gets grade A assessment

Stroke care at hospital gets grade A assessment

Stroke care at hospital gets grade A assessment

13 November 2020

West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds has been given its ninth successive top grade A assessment for stroke care.


Group takes on endurance challenges in memory of much-loved Carol

Group takes on endurance challenges in memory of much-loved Carol

Group takes on endurance challenges in memory of much-loved Carol

13 November 2020

A series of endurance activities is being undertaken to raise money for two charities in memory of a ‘selfless’ and ‘well-loved’ Suffolk mum-of-two.

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Woman urges people to ‘be alert’ for signs of pancreatic cancer

Woman urges people to ‘be alert’ for signs of pancreatic cancer

Woman urges people to ‘be alert’ for signs of pancreatic cancer

11 November 2020

A woman who now works for Macmillian Cancer Support is urging others to keep having check ups after her own intuition led to a cancer diagnosis.


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.


'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.


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