Residents in Canterbury say they're worried a spike in covid cases could prove devastating for their city after a number of students have tested positive.
With businesses across the county having to adapt to the new normal of working from home where possible - one expert says the pandemic has sped up changes to the way we work that would ultimately have been inevitable. We've been speaking to Jonathan Clarke from Morgan Jones Recruitment Consultants in Broadstairs about how they've adapted throughout the last 6 months.
Folkestone and Hythe MP Damian Collins is also urging the government to work harder to avoid intolerable disruption on the county's roads.
The Labour Leader's backing a campaign to protect hundreds of jobs at the Chatham Docks in Medway. Hundreds of jobs are at risk after an industrial site in the Medway town could be turned into housing.
Many jobs will still be lost in Kent despite new support being announced by the chancellor. That's according to business leaders in the county who say Rishi Sunak's announcement doesn't go far enough to protect the local economy in the wake of new coronavirus restrictions.