Thirty-one people have now died as a result of coronavirus in Norfolk, as a further six deaths were confirmed at the county’s hospitals.
The number of positive coronavirus cases in Norfolk has risen to 180.
Twenty-five people have now died in Norfolk as a result of coronavirus, as a further seven deaths were confirmed at the county’s hospitals.
Seven more patients at hospitals across Norfolk have died after testing positive for coronavirus, in the largest jump of confirmed deaths in the county so far.
A further 159 people with coronavirus, including a patient at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, have died.
Norfolk has seen another large rise in positive coronavirus cases after an additional 19 were confirmed.
Two more patients have died after testing positive for the coronavirus in Norwich, as the number of deaths in the UK rises to 759.
There have now been more than 50 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Norfolk.
Roars of appreciation in the forms of clapping, cheering and fireworks were heard across Norfolk as the county came together in solidarity for NHS staff during the coronavirus.
More than 11,600 people have now tested positive for coronavirus.
A patient has died after testing positive for the coronavirus in the first recorded death in Norwich.
“Urgent” discussions are taking place surrounding MOT tests for cars, motorcycles and vans.
Norfolk has seen its largest rise in positive coronavirus cases as an additional 10 have been confirmed.
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The government has published its list of “key workers” whose children will be prioritised for education provision as schools set to close their doors today as part of coronavirus measures.
Two new positive coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Norfolk.
More than 3,000 people have now tested positive for the coronavirus.
A ban on evictions, school closures and increasing the number of people tested are among the latest proposals announced to slow the spread of coronavirus.
A new campaign has been launched by the chief medical officer in the country’s fight against coronavirus.
Couples soon to be married will see their nuptials postponed following the announcement museums and mobile libraries will stop running.
The east of England has seen no new cases of coronavirus as the UK figure rose by more than 130 in the space of 24 hours.
World health bosses have elevated the coronavirus outbreak from an epidemic to pandemic.
Young soaper-heroes have helped to launch a campaign calling on everyone in Norfolk to take a stand against coronavirus.
There have been three more cases of coronavirus in the east of England as the UK sees its largest single-day jump in positive cases.
A further five people in the east of England have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Co-op branches across East Anglia have begun limiting toilet roll and hand gels following increase demands in the wake of the coronavirus.
Seven new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in 24 hours in the east of England.
The number of positive coronavirus cases has seen its largest single day increase as figures rise to 273 in the UK.
Customers have been faced with empty shelves at shops across Norfolk following a rush to stock up on items in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
In the wake of potential “social distancing” one of the country’s leading health chiefs has said people should not avoid shopping, attending football or travelling in Norwich.