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A venue owner has reached out to his regulars for their opinions on needing Covid passports to attend gigs - and not everyone agrees with the idea.
Businesses in an historic high street are more than ready to welcome customers back into stores.
A former mayor has written to the Prince of Wales asking him to back a proposal to honour frontline Covid-19 workers.
We asked if people would be happy using a Covid passport if they were introduced. It's fair to say the idea has had a mixed response.
Images of communities rallying to help hospitals during the pandemic will become everlasting as staff reflect on an overwhelming year of donations.
Only one part of the county now has a rate of new Covid-19 cases higher than the national average.
Pubs, shops, hairdressers and gyms will all be able to reopen next week, Boris Johnson has announced.
An unlicensed music event was prevented by police following reports a large group of people planned to meet.
A chance discovery during raids on 21 businesses selling knock-off tobacco has resulted in a tattoo parlour being shut down.
Fewer than a third of adults have been vaccinated in one Kent neighbourhood - while in others more than 75% have been jabbed.
Dozens of arts groups, theatres and historic venues will receive a share of £5m in government funding to help them recover from the pandemic.
A grieving granddaughter has slammed a man for driving around parts of Kent with an anti-lockdown message on his car.
Kent's director of public health is encouraging anyone who leaves home to socialise to get tested for Covid-19 twice a week.
A secondary school has instructed a year group to work from home after it confirmed positive Covid-19 cases.
More than a month after he first started, a protester is still appearing outside a supermarket to claim it's not doing enough to keep staff safe.
A Public Health England study suggests the Kent Covid variant is no more deadly than previous strains - but greatly increases risk of hospitalisation.
Figures have revealed the impact of the mass return to school on coronavirus cases in Kent.
Readers have given their views as to whether the Chancellor's discounts for dining out scheme should be brought back to help the economy.
View the latest coronavirus stats including new cases, rolling rate and case rate compared to average.
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Coronavirus is devastating families across the country. Here we pay tribute to those who have died from the virus in Kent.