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Nightclub doors stay shut - for now

Nightclub doors stay shut - for now

Nightclub doors stay shut - for now

23 July 2021

A business has quashed rumours that Stamford’s nightclub is closed for good.


The 16 sectors where workers may be exempt from quarantine released as 'pingdemic' grows

The 16 sectors where workers may be exempt from quarantine released as 'pingdemic' grows

The 16 sectors where workers may be exempt from quarantine released as 'pingdemic' grows

23 July 2021

Some fully vaccinated workers may be exempt from quarantine if told to self-isolate after coming in to close contact with a positive covid case.


Hospitals set to reintroduce visiting restrictions amid rising cases of Covid-19

Hospitals set to reintroduce visiting restrictions amid rising cases of Covid-19

Hospitals set to reintroduce visiting restrictions amid rising cases of Covid-19

22 July 2021

Visiting restrictions will be increased at local hospitals from Monday as a precautionary measure amid rising cases of Covid-19.


Is the 'pingdemic' leading to food and driver shortages?

Is the 'pingdemic' leading to food and driver shortages?

Is the 'pingdemic' leading to food and driver shortages?

22 July 2021

The age of the 'pingdemic' is upon us, but what does that mean for our supermarkets, businesses and transport.


"Masks aren't a hefty price to pay to save lives"

"Masks aren't a hefty price to pay to save lives"

"Masks aren't a hefty price to pay to save lives"

22 July 2021

A vulnerable woman has called on people to continue wearing face masks in public to protect the wider community.


This is how many care home residents have died from Covid-19 in the area

This is how many care home residents have died from Covid-19 in the area

This is how many care home residents have died from Covid-19 in the area

22 July 2021

The number of people who died from Covid-19 in care homes has been revealed in new data published today.


Latest coronavirus figures confirm rise in infections

Latest coronavirus figures confirm rise in infections

Latest coronavirus figures confirm rise in infections

21 July 2021

Covid-19 infection rates across the country are at the highest point in months following a surge in cases.


Boss of company which owns The Cosy Club condemns ‘shambolic’ Government messaging over Covid passports

Boss of company which owns The Cosy Club condemns ‘shambolic’ Government messaging over Covid passports

Boss of company which owns The Cosy Club condemns ‘shambolic’ Government messaging over Covid passports

21 July 2021

The boss of bar and restaurant group Loungers has labelled the Government’s recent messaging around Covid-19 rules as “absolutely shambolic”


Nightclub to stay closed

Nightclub to stay closed

Nightclub to stay closed

20 July 2021

A nightclub will not reopen despite the easing of Covid-19 restrictions.


Children with severe health conditions to be offered jab

Children with severe health conditions to be offered jab

Children with severe health conditions to be offered jab

19 July 2021

Government bosses have agreed to open up coronavirus vaccinations to 12 to 15-year-olds with severe health conditions.


Services to mark end of restrictions

Services to mark end of restrictions

Services to mark end of restrictions

19 July 2021

Three churches will host services to mark the end of coronavirus restrictions.


Freedom Day sees end of lockdown restrictions

Freedom Day sees end of lockdown restrictions

Freedom Day sees end of lockdown restrictions

19 July 2021

Face coverings are no longer compulsory and mandatory social distancing has been axed as England moves to step 4 on the recovery roadmap.


Face coverings must be worn in healthcare settings

Face coverings must be worn in healthcare settings

Face coverings must be worn in healthcare settings

16 July 2021

People in the area are being reminded that they still need to wear a face covering in healthcare settings.


Council scraps tip booking system

Council scraps tip booking system

Council scraps tip booking system

16 July 2021

Rutland County Council will remove the requirement for residents to book to use its tips.


Bookings open for winter flu jabs

Bookings open for winter flu jabs

Bookings open for winter flu jabs

16 July 2021

Boots has opened flu jab bookings early, with slots for both NHS and private patients, saying it's preparing for a 'potential flu epidemic'.


Restaurants close due to Covid-19 concerns

Restaurants close due to Covid-19 concerns

Restaurants close due to Covid-19 concerns

15 July 2021

A business owner has closed the doors of his restaurants to protect staff and customers from coronavirus.


Covid-19 safety measures remain in place in healthcare settings

Covid-19 safety measures remain in place in healthcare settings

Covid-19 safety measures remain in place in healthcare settings

14 July 2021

People visiting all healthcare settings in Lincolnshire should continue to follow additional COVID-19 safety measures even after July 19.


Book first and second Covid-19 jab in Stamford

Book first and second Covid-19 jab in Stamford

Book first and second Covid-19 jab in Stamford

14 July 2021

People are being encouraged to book their Covid-19 jabs in Stamford as the vaccine roll-out continues.


What is staying and what is going after freedom day on July 19?

What is staying and what is going after freedom day on July 19?

What is staying and what is going after freedom day on July 19?

13 July 2021

The Prime Minister will announce that most of the legal coronavirus restrictions brought in during the pandemic will end as of July 19.


What we know so far about the Lambda Covid variant detected in the UK

What we know so far about the Lambda Covid variant detected in the UK

What we know so far about the Lambda Covid variant detected in the UK

12 July 2021

Cases of the Lambda variant have been found in the UK and with concerns it could be more transmissable, here's all you need to know about its arrival.


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