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The two-year-old daughter of a midwife has shared urged people to wash their hands to help take the strain off NHS workers.
A platform which connects older people with hired help will be running for free during the crisis.
A cinema group has reportedly changed its position on redundancies and will now be rehiring staff.
A man who is extremely vulnerable to coronavirus felt he had no choice but to put himself at risk by going to the shops when he ran out of food.
Deal Area Foodbank has shut its doors today as it moves towards a home delivery service.
This is the shocking moment a shopper shouts and swears at Tesco staff in a row over fizzy drink rationing.
A family court judge has asked parents who have separated not to use the pandemic as an excuse to keep hold of their children.
A Kent MP says she will tonight join a nationwide round of applause to thank NHS staff.
These are the landmarks that will light up blue across Kent for the NHS.
A dedicated care manager has spoken out about the impact of coronavirus on people with autism after its stripped away the routine they rely upon.
Kent's biggest brewer will put 1,300 staff on 'furlough' after all pubs were forced to shut due to coronavirus crisis.
About 200 Kent Fire and Rescue Service staff are delivering hot meals to those most in need during the coronavirus pandemic.
Local food and drink producers are urged to register on an online map to help boost trade during the coronavirus lockdown.
Rugby's governing body the RFU have offered financial aid to clubs after the coronavirus crisis ended the season early.
A former nurse is returning to the frontline to help battle the coronavirus outbreak - and is encouraging others to join her.
Coronavirus-themed graffiti urging people to stay at home to support the NHS has been sprayed on a train.
Gillingham chairman Paul Scally says staff wages will be paid in full despite the immense financial pressure brought about by the coronavirus crisis.
We spoke to the Kent barista delivering coffee and food to workers on the coronavirus frontline.