While some have been counting down the hours until the further easing of coronavirus restrictions, not everyone is going to be flocking to enjoy greater freedoms.
Paperwork errors at Norfolk’s mental health trust have risen by more than a third in the past year, it has emerged.
A steep fall in coronavirus cases saw just 12 positive tests last week in Norfolk, which had amongst the lowest coronavirus infection rates in England.
In late January, many of us still believed the effects of coronavirus would not impact our day-to-day lives.
On the evening of Monday, March 23, 2020, Boris Johnson uttered that almost unthinkable instruction: “you must stay at home”.
It is 100 days since the biggest ever peacetime restrictions on our lives began.
More than half of care homes in Breckland have reported outbreaks of Covid-19, figures reveal.
The ways lockdowns could be brought into place in Norfolk if there are sudden outbreaks of coronavirus have been revealed, with the county’s director of public health warning “we are not out of the woods”.
The government has warned councils against “excessive restrictions” on tips and public toilets in a bid to “support outdoor hospitality” and avoid harm to public health.
A widely-used phrase throughout the past three months of lockdown has been: “We are all in the same storm, but not in the same boat.”
It was its down-at-heel aura that first attracted Polly Grieff to the crumbling Old Manor at Saham Toney.
Pubs, restaurants, outdoor attractions and places of worships are among the latest areas to open their doors again as the largest easing of lockdown measures come into effect today.
A Norfolk councillor has hit out at government funding news which will see the county get a share of just over £30m as “crumbs”.