Jobs are at risk in Kent after Debenhams confirmed it's gone into administration throwing the future of its stores into doubt. The company has shops across the county and nationally employs more than 20,000 staff.
The head of Kent Police says he's been left shocked after people ignoring government guidelines have been caught sunbathing and meeting up in cars during the lockdown. Although the force has only handed out six fines, the chief constable has told KMTV they won't shy away from cracking down on those who flout the rules this Easter weekend.
Care homes in Kent are struggling to cope with the coronavirus pandemic because of a lack of testing and protective equipment. That's according to the Alzheimer's Society who've now written a letter to the Health Secretary to ask for urgent support.
A woman from Wingham whose life has twice been saved by the NHS is joining the army of volunteers helping to fix a shortage of crucial equipment. Although Sue Bugden can no longer complete everyday tasks around the house, she can still sew and says she wants to give something back to those who saved her life.
There are fears people in Kent could be unable to get urgent dentist appointments because of the Covid 19 outbreak. The number of check ups have been reduced if not stopped altogether because of the pandemic but many are worried patients who desperately need access to dental services have nowhere to go.
It's been almost 3 weeks since Kent's schools were forced to close and many parents are starting to come to terms with trying to teach their children from home. But for some families, especially with vulnerable children who need extra support, the lockdown has been disruptive to routines.