While some people have seen work dry up there are also new roles being created to meet the shifting demand caused by the virus outbreak.
The number of people who have died due to coronavirus has reached 2,352, after rising by 563.
People who help those in abusive relationships are bracing themselves for a number of calls – after lockdown is lifted.
Final preparations on a 370-space car park due to open today have ground to a halt.
The spread of spoof stories and scams related to coronavirus has prompted the government to take action.
Firefighters in Kent had to rescue obese people once every two days last year - and even invested in special dummies to help with training.
The clear skies mean people just might be lucky enough to see the International Space Station this week and viewing can be done from your gardens.
A 140-year-old community sports club is faced with closure after missing out on a vital government grant.
Two 17-year-olds have been remanded in custody after a fight on Sunday.
Two nurses stuck in Goa amid the coronavirus crisis fear for their safety after reports of police using violence to enforce lockdown.
A pregnant mum-of-three believes she and her unborn baby are lucky to be alive following her three-week battle with coronavirus.
The police helicopter and armed officers have been sent out to look for a man reportedly with a weapon.
Bosses at the Co-op admit their staff feel "anxious serving customers" - therefore thousands of protective screens are being installed at checkouts.
A council leader who has been criticised for comments he made in a football magazine about coronavirus has said it has nothing to do with his role.
The family of a four-year-old boy with brain cancer have received help from a team of contractors who have repaired their damaged home.
An additional 381 people have died from coronavirus including seven in Kent - the highest daily jump yet.
Ed Sheeran, Sir Paul McCartney and many other music legends own guitars made in a Kent workshop.
As we get to grips with doing our jobs remotely, the potential for trouble is never far away.
A man has had to be rescued from the side of a cliff above the port of Dover by four fire crews.
A Kent physician has helped raise a staggering amount for equipment, aided by a top film star.
A couple are stranded on a cruise ship heading for Florida after they weren't allowed to alight to get their original flights in Rio.
A pregnant ewe found dead in a field is thought to have been killed by a human.
While we continue to remain indoors, two brown bears have arisen from hibernation and ventured outdoors for the first time in four months.
Watch one Kent family's lockdown-themed rendition of Les Misérables hit One Day More.
At least 34 people died from coronavirus in Kent in just over two weeks.
A hotspot for litter and human waste has been cleared following months of complaints from angry residents.
A man was stabbed in the stomach and airlifted to hospital.
Scores of jobs are hanging by a thread after a high street rent-to-own retailer and restaurant chain filed for administration.
A decision by the High Court to uphold proposals to close stroke units across Kent will be challenged in a new appeal launched by one Kent council.
Employees at a school catering company will not be getting paid even though the chancellor has promised to reimburse 80% of wages to workers kept on.