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Ipswich Northern Bypass NBP Part 9 (2020)

Join us as we press for the long overdue Northern Bypass bring various benefits (such as reducing air pollution in the town, reducing Felixstowe HGVs, reducing congestion, alternative routes when roads are closed due to an RTC or roadworks etc) for the Greater Ipswich area in particular Ipswich and Kesgrave.
Ipswich Buses and First Eastern Counties get boost from government
Ipswich Buses and First Eastern Counties get boost from government. The two largest bus companies in Suffolk have welcomed the news that the government is to support the industry after the number of passengers dropped like a stone during the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
40 more people test positive for coronavirus in Suffolk
40 more people test positive for coronavirus in Suffolk. The number of people who have tested positive for coronavirus in Suffolk has risen to more than 200, figures have revealed. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Scotland's chief medical officer Calderwood resigns over lockdown trip
BBC News: Coronavirus: Scotland's chief medical officer Calderwood resigns over lockdown trip Scotland's chief medical officer resigns after apologising for visiting second home during the coronavirus lockdown. Continue reading.
Scottish health chief RESIGNS after police tells her off for breaking Covid-19 lockdown rules
RT: Scottish health chief RESIGNS after police tells her off for breaking Covid-19 lockdown rules Catherine Calderwood is stepping down from the post of Scottish Chief Medical Officer following an embarrassing revelation that she repeatedly broke the same Covid-19 lockdown rules her office has been preaching. “It is with a heavy heart that I resign as Chief Medical Officer,” she said in a brief statement, admitting that a “justifiable focus” on her behaviour “risked becoming a distraction” from hugely important task of getting the country through the coronavirus crisis.
Boris Johnson admitted to hospital for Covid-19 tests after coronavirus symptoms ‘persist’
RT: Boris Johnson admitted to hospital for Covid-19 tests after coronavirus symptoms ‘persist’ UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been admitted to hospital for tests, as the symptoms of his coronavirus infection persist. Johnson is one of nearly 48,000 Britons to have caught the deadly virus. “On the advice of his doctor, the Prime Minister has tonight been admitted to hospital for tests,” Downing Street said in a statement on Sunday evening.
Tom Dempsey: New Orleans great dies after contracting coronavirus
BBC Sport: Tom Dempsey: New Orleans great dies after contracting coronavirus NFL great Tom Dempsey - who held the record for the longest field goal for 43 years - dies aged 73 after contracting coronavirus. Continue reading.
Boris Johnson admitted to hospital as coronavirus symptoms continue
Boris Johnson admitted to hospital as coronavirus symptoms continue. Prime minister Boris Johnson has been admitted to hospital for tests, after his coronavirus symptoms persisted 10 days since he tested positive for the illness. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: PM admitted to hospital over virus symptoms
BBC News: Coronavirus: PM admitted to hospital over virus symptoms Boris Johnson admitted to hospital for tests, 10 days after testing positive for coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'It's vital we have the equipment we need' say care workers
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'It's vital we have the equipment we need' say care workers Care companies have told the BBC that they still don’t have enough personal protective equipment. Continue reading.
‘Better days will return’: Queen Elizabeth compares Covid-19 fight to WWII, but reassures Brits, as coronavirus deaths near 5,000
RT: ‘Better days will return’: Queen Elizabeth compares Covid-19 fight to WWII, but reassures Brits, as coronavirus deaths near 5,000 Adapting her wartime message for the present, Queen Elizabeth II has assured the UK that by remaining “united and resolute” it will beat the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, the virus claimed another 621 lives overnight. In what was only her fourth special broadcast since her coronation in 1953, the queen thanked healthcare workers “who selflessly continue their day-to-day duties outside the home in support of us all.
Stephen Kenny: New Republic boss says it's not a time to celebrate due to coronavirus
BBC Sport: Stephen Kenny: New Republic boss says it's not a time to celebrate due to coronavirus New Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny says he is thinking about the frontline workers fighting coronavirus rather than celebrating his new job. Continue reading.
The Queen's coronavirus address: 'We will meet again'
BBC News: The Queen's coronavirus address: 'We will meet again' The sovereign promises "better days will return" in her address to the nation during the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
‘Better days will return’: Queen’s resolute message on coronavirus
‘Better days will return’: Queen’s resolute message on coronavirus. The Queen has urged people to “remain united and resolute” in fighting coronavirus, telling the nation during a rare televised address: “We will overcome it. ” Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Queen tells UK 'we will succeed' in fight
BBC News: Coronavirus: Queen tells UK 'we will succeed' in fight In a rare address, the monarch says the UK "should take comfort that while we may have more still to endure, better days will return". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Aerial footage of police patrolling outdoor spaces
BBC News: Coronavirus: Aerial footage of police patrolling outdoor spaces Officers have been in parks and outdoor spaces to ensure the public adhere to social distancing measures. Continue reading.
UK ministers ‘no longer discounting’ theory that Covid-19 leaked from Wuhan lab – report
RT: UK ministers ‘no longer discounting’ theory that Covid-19 leaked from Wuhan lab – report Senior members of the UK government have become less skeptical of the fringe theory that the coronavirus pandemic came from a lab in Wuhan, China, the original epicenter of the outbreak, high-ranked sources told the Daily Mail. A member of Cobra, the emergency committee led by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, told the papaer that while it’s still believed that the virus originated from animals, intelligence reports have not ruled out the possibility that the deadly illness was man-made.
Historic village pub returns to help community through coronavirus
Historic village pub returns to help community through coronavirus. A popular village pub which has been closed for months has been brought back to life to help its villagers through the coronavirus. Continue reading.
Kubrat Pulev: Anthony Joshua's challenger pledges estimated £2m to coronavirus fight
BBC Sport: Kubrat Pulev: Anthony Joshua's challenger pledges estimated £2m to coronavirus fight Kubrat Pulev pledges half of his purse - an estimated £2m - from his title fight against Anthony Joshua to help the battle against coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Nearly 400 home care groups 'have no protection'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Nearly 400 home care groups 'have no protection' Providers warn they may not be able to care for those awaiting hospital discharge without the right kit. Continue reading.
Champions League and Europa League could be abandoned if coronavirus restrictions remain in September, says Uefa president
BBC Sport: Champions League and Europa League could be abandoned if coronavirus restrictions remain in September, says Uefa president The Champions League and Europa League could be abandoned if coronavirus restrictions remain in place into September, according to Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Cath Kidston set to call in administrators
BBC News: Coronavirus: Cath Kidston set to call in administrators The retailer is expected to appoint advisers as the coronavirus heaps more pressure on the High Street. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: The four times the Queen has addressed the nation before
BBC News: Coronavirus: The four times the Queen has addressed the nation before The Queen's televised address to the nation on Sunday in response to the coronavirus crisis is only the fifth time the monarch has made such a speech in her 68-year reign. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Health secretary urges public to follow outdoor exercise rules
BBC News: Coronavirus: Health secretary urges public to follow outdoor exercise rules Health Secretary Matt Hancock warns tougher measures could be brought in to stop coronavirus spread. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Nine more deaths in Suffolk and north Essex hospitals
Coronavirus: Nine more deaths in Suffolk and north Essex hospitals. Nine more people have died in hospitals across Suffolk and north Essex due to coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Record number of cases in one day as almost 6,000 test positive
Coronavirus: Record number of cases in one day as almost 6,000 test positive. Almost 5,000 people have now died as a result of coronavirus in the UK. Continue reading.
Newsagent left ‘disheartened’ after shop broken into while supporting community through coronavirus
Newsagent left ‘disheartened’ after shop broken into while supporting community through coronavirus. A town centre newsagent has described a break-in which the shop’s front door smashed to pieces as the ‘icing on the cake’ during a difficult time. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: ExCel U-turns on charging NHS for hospital site
BBC News: Coronavirus: ExCel U-turns on charging NHS for hospital site The owner of the centre will now cover costs for the NHS Nightingale Hospital. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Seven more Covid-19 linked deaths in NI
BBC News: Coronavirus: Seven more Covid-19 linked deaths in NI It brings the total death toll to 63, while 8,486 people have now been tested for Covid-19. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Lord Bath dies after contracting Covid-19
BBC News: Coronavirus: Lord Bath dies after contracting Covid-19 Lord Bath - the 7th Marquess of Bath - died on Saturday, it was announced by Longleat on Twitter. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Labour leader Keir Starmer says 'scrutiny is important'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Labour leader Keir Starmer says 'scrutiny is important' Sir Keir Starmer says the government still needs to be asked 'difficult questions' in the fight against coronavirus. Continue reading.
Tokyo 2020: How has postponement because of coronavirus pandemic affected your plans?
BBC Sport: Tokyo 2020: How has postponement because of coronavirus pandemic affected your plans? Super-fan or trip of a lifetime? Tell us how the Tokyo 2020 Olympics postponement has affected your plans.
Coronavirus: Non Stanford and Aaron Royle on life in Sydney hotel quarantine
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Non Stanford and Aaron Royle on life in Sydney hotel quarantine Triathlete Non Stanford is finding novel ways to squeeze every inch out the room where she must spend 14 days in quarantine. Continue reading.
Ian Holloway: Grimsby Town boss on painting during coronavirus lockdown
BBC Sport: Ian Holloway: Grimsby Town boss on painting during coronavirus lockdown Grimsby Town manager Ian Holloway talks about his love for art - but why it is not quite keeping him "sane" during lockdown. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Tech firms summoned over 'crackpot' 5G conspiracies
BBC News: Coronavirus: Tech firms summoned over 'crackpot' 5G conspiracies Government will tell social media firms to take down posts more quickly after attacks on masts. Continue reading.
Fred. Olsen staff record song to send positivity during coronavirus outbreak
Fred. Olsen staff record song to send positivity during coronavirus outbreak. Staff from three of Ipswich-based cruise line Fred.
Coronavirus: Sunbathing 'against social distancing rules'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Sunbathing 'against social distancing rules' The health secretary says the government is prepared to "take action" to bring the coronavirus under control. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Closed visitor gardens create virtual tours
BBC News: Coronavirus: Closed visitor gardens create virtual tours People who are at home can still get a glimpse of garden attractions even though they are closed. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Sophie Raworth's deserted London
BBC News: Coronavirus: Sophie Raworth's deserted London BBC presenter's photographs of deserted streets as she runs to work in central London. Continue reading.
Retired GPs return as Suffolk coronavirus cases expected to ‘surge’
Retired GPs return as Suffolk coronavirus cases expected to ‘surge’. An army of Suffolk GPs have returned from retirement to help tackle the coronavirus crisis – with cases expected to “surge” in the next week. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: The NHS workers wearing bin bags as protection
BBC News: Coronavirus: The NHS workers wearing bin bags as protection One intensive care doctor describes the reality faced by some UK health workers on the front line. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Bedford Photographer captures 'life through windows'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Bedford Photographer captures 'life through windows' Chiara Mac Call says she "waves at people" from a safe distance and takes their photo. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: English cricket coach in Argentina lockdown
BBC News: Coronavirus: English cricket coach in Argentina lockdown Sian Kelly coaches the Argentine women's cricket team and has lived in Buenos Aires since 2016. Continue reading.
Suffolk hotels ‘willing to open up as hospitals’ to help NHS in coronavirus crisis
Suffolk hotels ‘willing to open up as hospitals’ to help NHS in coronavirus crisis. Hotels in Suffolk have offered to provide NHS beds and “open up as hospitals” if wards find themselves swamped with coronavirus patients. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Serious mistakes' made, says Starmer
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Serious mistakes' made, says Starmer The new Labour leader also says ministers should publish their "exit strategy" for restrictions. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: NHS in Wales to double capacity to cope
BBC News: Coronavirus: NHS in Wales to double capacity to cope Up to 7,000 new hospital beds and 1,000 new ventilators are set to help sickest Covid-19 patients. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'I missed out on furlough payments by a day'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'I missed out on furlough payments by a day' Thousands of people who started new jobs are not eligible for the government's 80% wage grant. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Queen to urge 'self-discipline and resolve'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Queen to urge 'self-discipline and resolve' The Queen will also thank NHS workers in a speech to the nation on Sunday, Buckingham Palace says. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Two Pentonville Prison staff members die
BBC News: Coronavirus: Two Pentonville Prison staff members die The men are both thought to have been in their 60s and were support staff at Pentonville Prison. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How a church sings when the choir can't meet
BBC News: Coronavirus: How a church sings when the choir can't meet A church in London has found a way to create the musical experience of a service despite the coronavirus restrictions. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: ‘I’m digging graves for people who are still living’
BBC News: Coronavirus: ‘I’m digging graves for people who are still living’ As local councils prepare for coronavirus deaths, a gravedigger in Cornwall has been asked by his local parish to dig extra graves. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Five London bus workers die, union confirms
BBC News: Coronavirus: Five London bus workers die, union confirms Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, described the deaths as "devastating". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Domino's denies sacking staff over safety concerns
BBC News: Coronavirus: Domino's denies sacking staff over safety concerns The pizza chain denies sacking staff for raising health and safety concerns at one of its outlets. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'We're on our knees' says nurse
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'We're on our knees' says nurse A nurse posted a video to a Facebook group after a long and difficult shift in ICU amid the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Scottish government announces a further 46 deaths
BBC News: Coronavirus: Scottish government announces a further 46 deaths It brings the total death toll to 218, while 3,345 people have now tested positive for the virus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Market Harborough man home after virus fight
BBC News: Coronavirus: Market Harborough man home after virus fight Hylton Murray-Philipson goes home after 12 days in hospital battling the virus. Continue reading.
Health chief urges public not to become complacent as new coronavirus cases show signs of ‘plateau’
Health chief urges public not to become complacent as new coronavirus cases show signs of ‘plateau’. NHS England’s national medical director says now is not the time to “take our foot off the pedal” after claiming the number of new coronavirus cases show signs of a plateau. Continue reading.
‘The worst kind of fake news’: UK government blasts 5G coronavirus conspiracy theories
RT: ‘The worst kind of fake news’: UK government blasts 5G coronavirus conspiracy theories Conspiracy theories linking 5G mobile telecommunications masts with the spread of the Covid-19 illness have been blasted as “dangerous nonsense” and “the worst kind of fake news” by UK government officials. The baseless theories have gained traction recently, prompting apparent arson attacks on masts and leading to engineers working on communications infrastructure being threatened by anti-5G campaigners.
Coronavirus: Five-year-old among latest UK victims
BBC News: Coronavirus: Five-year-old among latest UK victims The child, who had underlying health conditions, is among 708 people in UK who died in the past day. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Eight more Covid-19 linked deaths in NI
BBC News: Coronavirus: Eight more Covid-19 linked deaths in NI The Public Health Agency says there are now 998 positive cases in Northern Ireland. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Latest cases push death toll above 4,000
Coronavirus: Latest cases push death toll above 4,000. More than 4,000 people in the UK have now died in hospital as a result of the coronavirus. Continue reading.
UK suffers deadliest Covid-19 day so far as 708 new deaths recorded
RT: UK suffers deadliest Covid-19 day so far as 708 new deaths recorded The death toll from the coronavirus in the UK jumped by 20 percent to 4,313 on Saturday as 708 new deaths were confirmed by health officials. The surge in deaths comes after a top epidemiologist warned on Saturday that the infection rate in the UK will remain high for “weeks and weeks” if people flout social distancing rules this weekend.
Coronavirus: Low-risk prisoners set for early release
BBC News: Coronavirus: Low-risk prisoners set for early release The selected low-risk offenders will be electronically tagged and released on temporary licence. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Phone company 'greedy' over hospital phone charges
BBC News: Coronavirus: Phone company 'greedy' over hospital phone charges Southport and Ormskirk NHS Trust was told it would cost them £10,000 to divert the costs. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Chris Wilder says football must make collective response to crisis
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Chris Wilder says football must make collective response to crisis Chris Wilder tells Football Focus that football must get its response to the coronavirus crisis right, and act collectively to find a solution that works for the whole sport. Continue reading.
Nurse deaths 'inevitable' from coronavirus
BBC News: Nurse deaths 'inevitable' from coronavirus Nursing chiefs raise fears of protective equipment following the deaths of two nurses. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Lockdown couple reunited for golden wedding
BBC News: Coronavirus: Lockdown couple reunited for golden wedding The couple were separated by 6,600 miles two weeks ago due to the coronavirus lockdown Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Thirteen Glasgow care home residents die in one week
BBC News: Coronavirus: Thirteen Glasgow care home residents die in one week Staff at the Glasgow home said they were "closely monitoring" the health of other people in their care. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Birmingham and Merseyside masts set on fire over false 5G claims
BBC News: Coronavirus: Birmingham and Merseyside masts set on fire over false 5G claims Mobile networks say theories linking coronavirus to 5G are "baseless". Continue reading.
Ipswich to spend £150k on hotels for rough sleepers during coronavirus crisis
Ipswich to spend £150k on hotels for rough sleepers during coronavirus crisis. High-risk rough sleepers are to be taken off the streets of Ipswich during the coronavirus crisis – after £150,000 was made available to put them up in hotel rooms. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Can the UK do 100,000 tests a day?
BBC News: Coronavirus: Can the UK do 100,000 tests a day? The government has pledged to increase daily testing tenfold by the end of the month. Continue reading.
How will decisions on controversial planning applications be made during coronavirus lockdown?
How will decisions on controversial planning applications be made during coronavirus lockdown? Planning applications are often some of the most controversial issues debated in local communities across Suffolk. Continue reading.
Is it safe to get items delivered during the coronavirus crisis?
Is it safe to get items delivered during the coronavirus crisis? With the country locked down and people only allowed to go shopping for essentials many are looking online to buy what they need – or want. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Fears for lockdown over weekend of sunshine
BBC News: Coronavirus: Fears for lockdown over weekend of sunshine Warm weather is expected to give UK police "one of their biggest challenges" in preventing crowds. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Skomer man self-isolates on island with just five people
BBC News: Coronavirus: Skomer man self-isolates on island with just five people A warden on a Pembrokeshire island famed for its sea birds developed a cough after a trip to the mainland. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Christopher Eccleston reads a poetic tribute to the NHS
BBC News: Coronavirus: Christopher Eccleston reads a poetic tribute to the NHS Matt Kelly was inspired to write the poem after hearing about the challenges his partner, a district nurse, faces daily. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Whisky production to resume despite virus concerns
BBC News: Coronavirus: Whisky production to resume despite virus concerns Firms which suspended work in the wake of the outbreak ask staff to come back, unions claim. Continue reading.
Second coronavirus death in boxer Yarde's family
BBC News: Second coronavirus death in boxer Yarde's family British boxer Anthony Yarde's grandmother dies from coronavirus, a week after his father's death. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: New supermarket workers share their stories
BBC News: Coronavirus: New supermarket workers share their stories New workers hired by supermarkets amid the Covid-19 pandemic share their surprising back stories. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How to grieve a loved one when you can't say goodbye
BBC News: Coronavirus: How to grieve a loved one when you can't say goodbye Coronavirus means you often can't be at the side of a loved one in hospital or attend their funeral. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Moving back in with the parents
BBC News: Coronavirus: Moving back in with the parents For some families the outbreak has meant different generations are back living under the same roof. Continue reading.
Scotland's hospitals prepare for the Covid-19 peak
BBC News: Scotland's hospitals prepare for the Covid-19 peak How Scottish hospitals have totally changed the way they work to create room for coronavirus patients. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Garden goals getting pro-commentary
BBC News: Coronavirus: Garden goals getting pro-commentary BBC commentary has been added to the video clips which were collated by Port Vale Foundation Trust. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Nottinghamshire landlady's 'regret' over 'lock-in'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Nottinghamshire landlady's 'regret' over 'lock-in' Mandy Mallinson denies it was a "lock-in", but admits regulars dropped by for her husband's birthday. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Foster stresses executive 'unity of purpose'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Foster stresses executive 'unity of purpose' First Minister says they are working together to save lives ahead of coronavirus surge. Continue reading.
Anthony Yarde: Second family member dies from coronavirus
BBC Sport: Anthony Yarde: Second family member dies from coronavirus British boxer Anthony Yarde's grandmother dies from coronavirus, a week after his father's death. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: ‘This is purely about survival’ - nursery MD on trying to keep the company afloat
Coronavirus: ‘This is purely about survival’ - nursery MD on trying to keep the company afloat. A Suffolk-based nursery group has asked for a quarter-of-a-million-pound loan from the bank to stay afloat - highlighting the coronavirus-induced struggles of the industry. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'We do not recommend face masks for general wearing'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'We do not recommend face masks for general wearing' The Deputy Chief Medical Officer says he does not believe healthy people wearing masks will reduce the spread of coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Not yet known' when virus will peak - Sturgeon
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Not yet known' when virus will peak - Sturgeon The first minister was speaking as she confirmed a further 46 people with coronavirus have died in Scotland. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: British man 'left behind' in India
BBC News: Coronavirus: British man 'left behind' in India Ivor Gunton narrowly missed the final flights home as a lockdown came into effect, his wife says. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 150 non-league clubs back protest letter to FA
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: 150 non-league clubs back protest letter to FA More than 150 non-league clubs back a letter calling for a "thorough consultation" over the scrapping of their season. Continue reading.
Younger people also falling severely ill with Covid-19, WHO warns
Younger people also falling severely ill with Covid-19, WHO warns. More younger people are falling severely ill with coronavirus despite having no underlying health issues, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: LPGA Tour on hold until majority can play
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: LPGA Tour on hold until majority can play The LPGA Tour will not resume after the coronavirus pandemic until the majority of international players are able to compete in tournaments, said commissioner Mike Whan. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: England men's and women's teams make contributions
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: England men's and women's teams make contributions The England men's cricket team make a donation while the women's team agree salary reductions amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: England netballer Layla Guscoth says it was her duty to help NHS
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: England netballer Layla Guscoth says it was her duty to help NHS England netballer and trained doctor Layla Guscoth says it was “her duty” to volunteer for hospital shifts during the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: LTA plans £20m aid package for venues, coaches, officials and players
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: LTA plans £20m aid package for venues, coaches, officials and players The LTA is putting aside up to £20m to help tennis venues, coaches, officials and players through the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: UK trialling existing and new medicines
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK trialling existing and new medicines The government explains how clinical tests are checking if existing medicines could treat Covid-19. Continue reading.
The Suffolk workplaces remaining open during coronavirus lockdown
The Suffolk workplaces remaining open during coronavirus lockdown. Some Suffolk firms are remaining open during the coronavirus lockdown, sparking fears from staff about spreading Covid-19. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Construction sector bosses helps healthworkers to fit masks safely
Coronavirus: Construction sector bosses helps healthworkers to fit masks safely. A company boss who has seen the main part of her business plunge by 90% due to the coronavirus crisis is volunteering her skills to help healthworkers keep safe. Continue reading.
New coronavirus cases in Suffolk and Essex in 24 hours
New coronavirus cases in Suffolk and Essex in 24 hours. Four new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Suffolk, with Essex seeing an increase of 21 in the past 24 hours, latest government figures have revealed. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Heathrow Airport sheltering '200 homeless people'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Heathrow Airport sheltering '200 homeless people' Some rough sleepers have reportedly been at Terminal 5 for two weeks during lockdown. Continue reading.

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