Parents of schoolchildren are being urged to test them regularly and remain cautious as more restrictions are lifted today (May 17).
The PM has confirmed the third stage of the lockdown roadmap is going ahead from Monday allowing people to meet in larger groups, mix indoors and hug.
Fenland Council has teamed up with the Health and Safety Executive to give firms extra support with their virus-safe measures.
Residents are being encouraged to take twice-weekly rapid Covid tests to help support the roadmap out of lockdown.
Shop workers have told of being threatened, abused and even assaulted by customers during the pandemic.
Figures show a hospital patient died over the Easter weekend, but the death has only appeared in today's data.
An 84-year-old woman suffered a bleed on the brain in a fall before succumbing to the pandemic, a coroner has heard.
Residents in Cambridgeshire are being urged to get twice-weekly rapid Covid tests.
Parents who need to take time off work to look after children who are self-isolating can now apply for financial support.
People across Cambridgeshire are being asked to give their views on GP services after a report highlighted how Covid has affected access to doctors.
Communities across the county have been integral in the fight against the pandemic says Cambridgeshire's director of public health.
Churches in March will be supporting the Marie Curie call for a National Day of Reflection tomorrow (March 23) the anniversary of the first lockdown.
Wisbech mayor Aigars Balsevics who has been told he can no longer run the Angel Inn following breaches of covid rules is set to appeal the decision.
Businesses which have suffered extreme financial hardship due to the pandemic are the focus of a new grant scheme launched by Fenland Council.
Wisbech mayor Aigars Balsevics has been banned from running the Angel Inn following a licensing hearing.