Prime minister Boris Johnson may have announced a series of new measures amid a rise in coronavirus cases - but it isn’t all doom and gloom.
Boris Johnson has announced a series of new restrictions to stop a future surge of coronavirus cases.
People should work from home if they can, government ministers have said, ahead of Boris Johnson’s televised address tonight over further restrictions to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Britain could face 50,000 new coronavirus cases a day by mid-October if the current rate of infection is not halted warn the county’s two leading health advisors.
The government is to make social gatherings of more than six people illegal in England from Monday in a bid to stop the rise in coronavirus cases.
The number of people who can attend social gatherings will be slashed to six in England from Monday, following a rise in coronavirus cases across the UK.
After weeks of mixed messages, the Government has announced it will soon be mandatory to wear a face covering in supermarkets and other shops in England.
Couples hoping to tie the knot once weddings are allowed to resume face shorter services, social distancing restrictions and no wedding reception under the new guidelines.
Two of East Anglia’s major zoos hope part of a £100m government rescue package will help them survive the coronavirus.
Families and friends from two households will be allowed to stay overnight in new measures announced by the prime minister.
The relaxing of the two-metre social distancing rule is set to be discussed as part of new government plans today.
Pubs, restaurants, museums and cinemas are set to find out today how they could begin reopening in new measures to be set out by the prime minister.
A member of the public tried to throw social distance barriers and remove markers when a town’s market reopened, councillors said.
A Norfolk nature reserve is set to open its doors to visitors next week following the easing of lockdown restrictions.
A Norfolk healthcare worker has been reunited with her daughters after nine weeks apart during the coronavirus pandemic.
A major East Anglian salad and vegetable grower said a “legendary” response from British workers to fill gaps in its harvest team could herald a “culture change” for the industry’s future careers appeal.
A system to find people who have come into close contact with people with coronavirus has started in a bid to control the spread of the virus and help ease lockdown restrictions.
Holiday parks and attractions across Norfolk and Suffolk are making preparations ahead of potentially reopening during the summer months.
No new coronavirus related deaths have been announced at any of Norfolk’s three main hospitals.
After almost two months of lockdown, prime minister Boris John has laid out what he described as the “first sketch of a road map for reopening society”.
The “irreplaceable” value of local newspapers was highlighted during a television debate involving the editor of the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News.
The head of Norfolk police has expressed his disappointment after hundreds of people headed to the county’s beaches at the weekend.
Boris Johnson will review coronavirus lockdown measures with ministers today - ahead of an expected easing of restrictions from Monday.
Darth Vader may have been galaxies away from his usual planet but the Empire was in need of some essential shopping.
A Norfolk nature reserve is a “hive of activity” as birds and animals return for nesting during spring.
Tributes have been paid to a cherished grandmother who worked at a Norfolk hospital, following her death due to coronavirus.
An East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust senior manager has died after testing positive for coronavirus.
‘Home working’ from a local park, buying DIY supplies and sitting on a park bench for too long could land you in trouble with the police, according to new lockdown guidelines released by the force.
Boris Johnson is on the mend and “sitting up in bed” the chancellor has confirmed.
Boris Johnson is “responding to treatment” in a London hospital as he battles coronavirus, Downing Street has said.