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Long queues have been spotted at a supermarket following country-wide panic buying in the wake of a sharp increase in confirmed Covid-19 cases.
An emergency bill will be published giving the government more powers to help tackle the coronavirus outbreak.
Organisers of a major golf championship - set to be staged in Kent this summer - say they are monitoring the ongoing coronavirus situation.
A council which has suspended use of its football pitches after a news headline was misread admits it "jumped the gun".
Two weekend league football matches have been postponed after a player showed symptoms of coronavirus.
Fears of coronavirus on campus were sparked by a video circulating on Snapchat.
A businessmen is appealing for help after a false social media post claimed one of his staff members had coronavirus.
Coronavirus fears have led to local elections being postponed for a year.
Hospital chiefs are only allowing one person to visit new mums and mums-to-be on a maternity ward.
A care worker has urged people to follow in her footsteps to provide extra support for the elderly during the coronavirus outbreak.
A primary school has closed for two days for a deep clean, after a suspected case of COVID-19.
Family and friends planning on visiting inmates in Kent's prisons are being told to stay away if they have coronavirus symptoms.
Over 50s travel firm Saga announced it has temporarily suspended all cruise operations due to the coronavirus outbreak.
A care home company is asking people to keep visits to a minimum to help protect residents.
Cases in Kent have hit 13 as the coronavirus continues to cause disruption.
A village surgery has closed after announcing a member of its clinical team may have coronavirus.
With businesses preparing to send workers home as coronavirus continues to spread - we ask, is it safe to go for a pint?
An employee at one of Kent's largest companies has tested positive for coronavirus.