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"This is simply abhorrent and to weaponise the coronavirus in this way is completely shocking and can never ever be tolerated by us a society."
They are running a call and collect service in-line with social distancing measures set by the Government to keep their staff and customers safe.
Key health workers across Fenland are keeping safer thanks to the work of a group organised by a Chatteris-based planner.
A café has been praised for providing a home delivery service during the coronavirus crisis.
With the weekend set to be a warm one, police have reminded Wisbech-area residents to stay at home.
"We must keep in mind: bus services are for people who need them, and that public transport can return to normal as soon as this crisis lifts."
Fenland Policing have issued a big thank-you to those who have been sending in pictures of rainbows to both March and Wisbech police stations.
Public Health England's daily figures show increases.
Coronavirus continues to have a devastating impact on the area.
A March schoolboy Connor Saunders has decorated the fence at his home in a bid to put a smile on the face of passers-by.
A Wisbech firm has set up a new COVID-19 task force to help speed the design and production of ventilators and other essential medical equipment.
Wisbech and Doddington Minor Injury Units (MIUs) staff are set to play a vital role in the response to COVID-19 in the coming weeks.
The nation is gearing up to turn blue again for the second Clap for our Carers event.
Public Health England has announced the new figures for those testing positive for coronavirus.