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A testing centre in a town with one of the highest coronavirus infection rates in the UK could stay open for at least the next six months.
A primary school is among the county's first to welcome back all pupils after erecting a marquee in the grounds but not all children have returned.
A beloved outdoor swimming pool will remain shut until next year - as bosses say reopening with social distancing in place is not financially viable.
Having temporarily ditched the eyelash glue, a beautician has turned her hand to sanding down railings, jet washing and painting at Port Lympne.
A Kent MP has called for holiday parks across the county to be reopened immediately.
As drinking spots are finally set to reopen, we've pulled together some of the county's finest riverside pub walks.
As we hit three months since lockdown began, we look back at the numbers that defined life in Kent.
Delay fails to bridge gap between pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds and those who have been tutored during lockdown says councillor.
The student nurse at the centre of a Kent MP's controversial claims she was "not providing a service" has spoken out.
A leading virologist, who is working on anti-body tests for coronavirus, said we were far too late in reacting to coronavirus.
With the coronavirus threat level officially reduced, what does that mean in terms of full transition to normality across Kent?
In an innovative move to help get businesses back up and running, a council has granted permission for a prosecco bar to take over a paddling pool.
A woman with Down's syndrome who survived coronavirus against the odds is learning to walk again and fundraising to help others like her.
A mother has spoken of her family's emotional turmoil after her healthy son ended up on life support due to coronavirus.
A group of children and staff members have had to self isolate after a child tested positive for Covid-19.
A 58-year-old who has the first person in the county charged with breaking government guidelines around coronavirus has appeared in court.
Plans to ban cars from a town centre do not address crowding problems in the precinct and don't even provide the manpower needed to put up barriers.
Fears of a second coronavirus wave have sparked calls to make sure any further lockdowns will not be countywide.
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