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A 'lessons learned' analysis of Suffolk's response to the Covid-19 pandemic is set to get underway over the next couple of months.
People across Suffolk have been told to wait for invitations for booster Covid-19 jabs - and won't be accepted at walk-in clinics.
Health chiefs in Suffolk have issued a fresh plea to people across the county to be kind and supportive of GPs, after reports of increasing abuse.
Most of Suffolk's 16-18 year olds have had a Covid-19 vaccination, according to latest data – with thousands of younger teenagers to be jabbed.
An ambulance mechanic who took just one day off in nine months during the pandemic to support his colleagues has won a top award.
Unjabbed residents are being invited to attend walk-in centres across the county as health bosses try to vaccinate as many people as possible.