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Supermarkets across Kent have tightened measures on social distancing with limits on customer numbers and two-metre gaps in queues.
A Kent couple whose son is stranded in Australia due to coronavirus are appealing to the government to step up actions to bring him home.
The firm behind rubbish collections in part of Kent has admitted it can sometimes be difficult for staff to follow guidance of social distancing.
A local authority has struck a deal with a budget hotel chain to house 57 rough sleepers during the coronavirus pandemic.
TV doctor Hilary Jones stresses the importance and safety of newspapers during the coronavirus pandemic.
An advice line has been set up to help businesses suffering as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Singers, musicians, comedians, magicians and jugglers are all taking to social media to keep entertaining us through the coronavirus crisis.
A supermarket in Kent has started putting 2.4kg tins of baked beans on its shelves to meet growing demand sparked by the coronavirus outbreak.
A dance studio is streaming its classes so pre-schoolers can get their daily ballet fix.
Discussions have started to potentially open temporary hospitals in Kent to deal with Covid-19.
The company behind a Mexican restaurant chain will be permanently closing the vast majority of its stores due to coronavirus.
The Prime Minister has gone into self-isolation after testing positive for coronavirus and experiencing mild symptoms.
Three new community hubs have been set up to support the vulnerable during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Port Lympne and Howletts have taken precautions after experts expressed concearn for primates and apes as they could be vulnerable to coronavirus.
A hunt is on for 'super neighbours' who can help the most vulnerable in society throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Councils have reportedly been told to get people who are sleeping on the streets into accommodation.
Two popular animal parks are desperately appealing for cash and food donations as the Covid-19 lockdown leaves them facing an "unprecedented crisis".
A mum expecting her fourth child is making "small steps" in her battle to beat Covid-19.