Great Yarmouth is seeing more daily coronavirus cases compared with other areas of the Norfolk, new figures can reveal.
The country is at a “critical moment” in the battle with coronavirus, Boris Johnson said amid a warning that hospital admissions and intensive care cases are “heading the wrong way”.
Thirteen cases of sexual misconduct and predatory behaviour by staff at a troubled ambulance trust have been reported to police, the health regulator has revealed.
Norfolk is being being hit by winds of up to 70mph and lashed by heavy rain today.
A man was punched in the face and took several blows to the head and body after he was assaulted by two teenage attackers with a metal object.
Positive coronavirus cases have been confirmed in eight Norfolk schools, council bosses have said, but none of them are classed as outbreaks.
Forty-three Norfolk care homes have at least one case of coronavirus - including 16 with two or more, classed as an outbreak.
Cash and jewellery were stolen from a home after a burglar used a ladder to climb into a first-floor window in daylight.
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.
Boris Johnson has announced a series of new restrictions to stop a future surge of coronavirus cases.
Friday marked a hopeful milestone in the region’s fight against coronavirus.
Britain could face 50,000 new coronavirus cases a day by mid-October if the current rate of infection is not halted warn the county’s two leading health advisors.
Norfolk has been taken off the national coronavirus ‘watchlist’ - at a time when lockdowns are being imposed in other parts of the country.
Parts of Norfolk have some of the lowest levels of Covid-19 in England as the rule of six comes into force.
One of Norfolk’s hospitals has admitted its first coronavirus patients in two months, NHS data has revealed, although the numbers still remain very low.
Coronavirus cases have seen a fall in most areas where Banham Poultry’s workforce live according to new figures.
The Banham Poultry coronavirus outbreak has been contained, council leaders have said, saying this is “not an occasion for panic”.
A school in Norfolk has announced it will not be open today, September 7, due to a staff member contracting coronavirus.
Contact tracers from Essex are starting work to help public health officials find the hundreds of contacts of Banham Poultry workers caught up in the coronavirus outbreak.
Contact tracing has only been completed in half the cases of Banham Poultry workers who tested positive for coronavirus, the county’s public health director revealed on Tuesday.
The number of positive coronavirus cases linked to the outbreak at Banham Poultry has now risen to 104, it is understood, after more results were returned.
An “emergency meeting” has been convened by a Norfolk MP who says stepping up track and tracing after the coronavirus outbreak at Banham Poultry is crucial to avoid a catastrophe.
A further 16 people have tested positive for coronavirus at Banham Poultry, bringing the total number of cases to 96.
A Norfolk MP has said a more urgent response is needed to prevent a “potentially catastrophic” impact on the county’s food industry in the wake of the Banham Poultry coronavirus outbreak.
The reproduction rate of coronavirus for the east of England has risen closer to 1, figures have revealed.
A business owner was left in tears after finding dozens of bags of insulation dumped on his land.
Workers affected by the coronavirus outbreak at Banham Poultry Factory will be given the “best support they can” to ensure they do not leave home for 14 days.
All 800 workers at Banham Poultry will now be tested for coronavirus, health chiefs said on Friday.
A community is coming to terms with being at the centre of a coronavirus outbreak which has seen a factory partially closed and hundreds of workers sent home.
Meat producer Bernard Matthews said on Friday one worker had tested positive for coronavirus, but there was no evidence of a wider outbreak at its Great Witchingham factory.