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Could Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 cause another Covid-19 surge?

Could Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 cause another Covid-19 surge?

Could Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 cause another Covid-19 surge?

10 May 2022

Two new Omicron strains are causing a rise in Covid-19 cases in South Africa and UK health officials are watching closely.


Cambridgeshire health teams hit two million Covid jab milestone

Cambridgeshire health teams hit two million Covid jab milestone

Cambridgeshire health teams hit two million Covid jab milestone

27 April 2022

Local health teams working together on the Covid-19 vaccine programme have delivered their two millionth dose of the life-saving jab.


Omicron XE being watched by scientists as cases double

Omicron XE being watched by scientists as cases double

Omicron XE being watched by scientists as cases double

25 April 2022

Cases of new Covid-19 variant Omicron XE have doubled in a fortnight with most in the south and east of England, but is this sharp rise a concern?


Light-hearted Kerplunk video is a serious reminder to Cambridgeshire people not let Covid ruin your big plans

Light-hearted Kerplunk video is a serious reminder to Cambridgeshire people not let Covid ruin your big plans

Light-hearted Kerplunk video is a serious reminder to Cambridgeshire people not let Covid ruin your big plans

25 April 2022

Covid is, thankfully, resulting in fewer deaths, but a new animated video based around the popular game Kerplunk is reminding us it's not gone away.


Senior leaders at Cambridgeshire County Council praised by Ofsted for response to pandemic challenges

Senior leaders at Cambridgeshire County Council praised by Ofsted for response to pandemic challenges

Senior leaders at Cambridgeshire County Council praised by Ofsted for response to pandemic challenges

18 April 2022

Senior leaders in county's Children’s Services have responded well to challenges of Covid-19 keeping children safe, according to inspectors.


Staff illness has caused closures

Staff illness has caused closures

Staff illness has caused closures

15 April 2022

Frustrating queues at a town pharmacy have been put down to staff illnesses.


Group thanked by Government minister for its work during pandemic

Group thanked by Government minister for its work during pandemic

Group thanked by Government minister for its work during pandemic

14 April 2022

A town Society has received a letter of thanks from a Government minister for its important contribution during the Covid-19 pandemic.


Who will still get free Covid tests from today?

Who will still get free Covid tests from today?

Who will still get free Covid tests from today?

01 April 2022

Access to free Covid tests has been significantly scaled back despite cases rising - but who still gets free coronavirus tests under the new rules?


Covid jabs for children aged five to 11 to start next week

Covid jabs for children aged five to 11 to start next week

Covid jabs for children aged five to 11 to start next week

31 March 2022

Covid-19 vaccine appointments are to be available to all children from Saturday as the national roll-out extends to youngsters next week.


People with a cold urged to ‘stay home and avoid contact’ under new guidance

People with a cold urged to ‘stay home and avoid contact’ under new guidance

People with a cold urged to ‘stay home and avoid contact’ under new guidance

30 March 2022

Government ministers have issued new guidance for people after lifting Covid-19 restrictions.


Uncertainty looms over end to free testing as Covid19 cases surge

Uncertainty looms over end to free testing as Covid19 cases surge

Uncertainty looms over end to free testing as Covid19 cases surge

28 March 2022

Covid cases are surging and access to free lateral flow tests is being scaled back but with days to go confusion reigns over the plans.


'Not every cough is Covid19' warn concerned health chiefs

'Not every cough is Covid19' warn concerned health chiefs

'Not every cough is Covid19' warn concerned health chiefs

24 March 2022

Cases of tuberculosis are on the rise and health officials are concerned people may be mistaking their symptoms for coronavirus.


Spring Covid-19 booster programme to provide additional protection for older residents and the severely immunosuppressed

Spring Covid-19 booster programme to provide additional protection for older residents and the severely immunosuppressed

Spring Covid-19 booster programme to provide additional protection for older residents and the severely immunosuppressed

22 March 2022

People who are 75 and older, and those aged 12 and older who are severely immunosuppressed, will be able to book a top-up Covid-19 booster jab.


The Covid19 restrictions no longer in place from today

The Covid19 restrictions no longer in place from today

The Covid19 restrictions no longer in place from today

18 March 2022

Despite a rapid rise in coronavirus cases the UK's international travel restrictions are being dropped.


The school year group hardest hit by pandemic learning loss

The school year group hardest hit by pandemic learning loss

The school year group hardest hit by pandemic learning loss

15 March 2022

Young children are showing few signs their learning is recoving after the pandemic, says one of the biggest reports into the impact of Covid 19.


What is Deltacron and how fast is it spreading?

What is Deltacron and how fast is it spreading?

What is Deltacron and how fast is it spreading?

14 March 2022

Covid cases are rising rapidly again and among them may be a new variant - but what is Deltacron, where is it and how worried should we be?


Mandatory Covid jabs for health staff to be scrapped

Mandatory Covid jabs for health staff to be scrapped

Mandatory Covid jabs for health staff to be scrapped

03 March 2022

Health and social care workers will no longer need to be double jabbed to keep their jobs, says the government, which is now changing the rules.


Forced self-isolation is gone so what's the new advice?

Forced self-isolation is gone so what's the new advice?

Forced self-isolation is gone so what's the new advice?

24 February 2022

You'll no longer face a fine if you leave home with Covid 19 but what's the new advice and how long will you be able to get a free test for?


Legal end for Covid isolation rules

Legal end for Covid isolation rules

Legal end for Covid isolation rules

21 February 2022

People who test positive for coronavirus will no longer be legally required to isolate from Thursday while free universal testing will end in April.


Covid jabs for children: your questions answered

Covid jabs for children: your questions answered

Covid jabs for children: your questions answered

17 February 2022

Children between five and 11 years old will now be invited for Covid jabs with rollout due to start in April, but parents still have questions.


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