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Enhanced Covid testing is being rolled out in two Kent postcodes following a rising number of 'Indian variant' cases.
An MP has slammed the temporary closure of high streets in his constituency after people were asked their views on plans to make them permanent.
Covid cases rose following restrictions relaxing on May 17 but the vaccine programme is still going strong.
Covid has put a stop to a commemorative concert that attracts 10,000 - while a golf tournament attracting 30,000 is going ahead just down the road.
The CEO of a charity that was left homeless last year says she is “absolutely delighted” to have been given funding to continue its services.
The government failed over protecting elderly and vulnerable people during the pandemic says National Care Association chief.
Singing groups have hit-out at tough new coronavirus rules, which they say were unexpectedly brought in by the government without warning.
The controversial former aide to the Prime Minister is set to be quizzed by a Kent MP about the government's coronavirus strategy.
Opening hours at the county's asymptomatic testing sites are being cut amid an increase in home testing.
Authorities have ramped up testing at a university after a suspected coronavirus outbreak.
A number of Parkruns in the county are yet to be given permission to restart despite pressure from the government on landowners to allow them to.
Targeted Covid-19 testing is taking place at a Kent school after a case of the so-called 'Indian strain' was detected.
A council leader says the emergence of a new Covid-19 strain, albeit at a small rate, in the town was 'concerning' and urged residents to be vigilant.
A walk-in Covid vaccine clinic will open this weekend for patients yet to have their first dose as those with slots at a hospital are told to rebook.
A step-son will jump out of a plane from 12,000ft to raise money for the hospital treating his step-dad still recovering from long Covid.
Covid cases drop again and more than one million people in Kent have now received a first dose of the vaccine.
Not a single person over the age of 80 has tested positive for Covid in Kent in the last week as almost 80% of new cases are in the under-50s.
Fed-up shopkeepers say they will not give up after staging a peaceful protest against a town's pedestrianisation scheme.
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