The latest government figures show seven people died from the coronavirus in the county last week.
People are being warned not to click on links sent to them in text messages claiming to be from the government about coronavirus fines.
A rescue centre for dogs is crowdfunding to help relocate after finding out its kennels will be knocked down and replaced with houses.
A mum from Tonbridge is campaigning for the UK to have a national fundraising day dedicated to the NHS.
A 31-year-old man has been charged with burglary after cash and jewellery were stolen from a charity shop in Sevenoaks.
A shopping centre in Maidstone will no longer charge for parking to support key workers during the coronavirus outbreak.
Staff at the Heart of Kent Hospice in Aylesford are now able to provide key service from home after an overwhelming response from its laptop appeal.
People took to the streets this evening to applaud the frontline staff working to help those with coronavirus during the pandemic.
A drug dealer from Maidstone who spent drug money on an array of luxury goods has been jailed.
A front line NHS worker from Tunbridge Wells says a rail firm is taking advantage of key workers by charging more for tickets.
Emergency Trauma Packs developed by a Special Inspector at Kent Police will be introduced at various locations across the county.
People across Kent are being urged to join in with a nation campaign aimed at showing support to NHS staff working during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Maidstone Borough Council says the regular markets at Lockmeadow will remain open to help with food supply during the coronavirus outbreak.
Fraudsters have been targeting elderly and vulnerable people across the county by getting them to spend large amounts of money on gifts cards.
A mother-of-three from Sheerness, who homeschools one of her children, has shared some tips for parents across the county facing school closures.
A popular restaurant and bar in Maidstone has announced it will close temporarily after the latest government advice on the coronavirus.
Mums and dads in Maidstone say working from home and looking after the kids could be a challenge as schools prepare to close today.
Vulnerable and elderly shoppers queued to get into Sainsbury's in Maidstone this morning for priority access to the supermarket's stock.
A cab firm has mobilised into action after Sainsbury's revealed how it is set to help elderly and vulnerable shoppers.
The Hazlitt Theatre in Maidstone town centre is the latest to announce it will temporarily close over coronavirus concerns.