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Covid-19 mass vaccination centre up and running in Hertfordshire

Covid-19 mass vaccination centre up and running in Hertfordshire

Covid-19 mass vaccination centre up and running in Hertfordshire

Letters being sent to residents over 80 who live within a 45-minute drive of Stevenage, inviting them to book a jab.


Honour for volunteer who helped PAH patients enjoy precious video calls

Honour for volunteer who helped PAH patients enjoy precious video calls

Honour for volunteer who helped PAH patients enjoy precious video calls

Joanne Busson, a member of the virtual visiting team at the Harlow hospital, was awarded a British Empire Medal in the New Year Honours.


Furloughed Stansted staff use skills to support NHS

Furloughed Stansted staff use skills to support NHS

Furloughed Stansted staff use skills to support NHS

Workers have also delivered groceries to food banks, collected shopping and delivered medication to the elderly and vulnerable.


Brohmon brings a taste of Bengal to Bishop's Stortford

Brohmon brings a taste of Bengal to Bishop's Stortford

Brohmon brings a taste of Bengal to Bishop's Stortford

Stansted restaurateur Karim Ullah: "We're delighted to finally have a place where we can serve our food to everyone in Bishop's Stortford."


National Express suspends Stansted Airport coaches in nationwide shutdown

National Express suspends Stansted Airport coaches in nationwide shutdown

National Express suspends Stansted Airport coaches in nationwide shutdown

Scheduled coach services to be paused at end of Sunday (Jan 10) and provisionally resume at start of March.


PAH's Covid patient numbers double in ten days since Boxing Day

PAH's Covid patient numbers double in ten days since Boxing Day

PAH's Covid patient numbers double in ten days since Boxing Day

Over a third of the 809 Covid patients seen at the Harlow hospital since the start of the pandemic have been admitted in the last three weeks


Could county council elections be another Covid casualty?

Could county council elections be another Covid casualty?

Could county council elections be another Covid casualty?

May's vote should also include a ballot for police and crime commissioners, postponed from 2020 during the first lockdown.


Herts public health chief: 'Supermarket customers and play area families are getting too close'

Herts public health chief: 'Supermarket customers and play area families are getting too close'

Herts public health chief: 'Supermarket customers and play area families are getting too close'

Prof Jim McManus: "A face mask is not a cloak of invisibility... We have eased into unsafe behaviours and Christmas and New Year has fuelled that."


Scammers attempt Covid vaccine jab fee con in Hertfordshire

Scammers attempt Covid vaccine jab fee con in Hertfordshire

Scammers attempt Covid vaccine jab fee con in Hertfordshire

Three residents received text messages which included a link to a webpage requesting personal and banking details.


Herts police issue £30,000 fines to organisers of river boat raves

Herts police issue £30,000 fines to organisers of river boat raves

Herts police issue £30,000 fines to organisers of river boat raves

Sgt Chris Fisher said: "I'd appeal to everyone's sense of decency to do the right thing and follow the clear lockdown rules now in place."


Stortford's shelter for the homeless closes amid Covid concerns

Stortford's shelter for the homeless closes amid Covid concerns

Stortford's shelter for the homeless closes amid Covid concerns

The haven at Holy Trinity Church was due to reopen on Monday, but on Tuesday its founder, Canon Mandy Brown, announced new delay.


Herts police threaten fines for flouting Covid lockdown rules

Herts police threaten fines for flouting Covid lockdown rules

Herts police threaten fines for flouting Covid lockdown rules

Chief Superintendent Matt Nicholls said: "Anyone found to be knowingly breaking the rules can expect to receive a fixed penalty notice."


East Herts Council set to support Covid battered businesses to tune of £3m

East Herts Council set to support Covid battered businesses to tune of £3m

East Herts Council set to support Covid battered businesses to tune of £3m

EHC will receive £20 per head of population for the discretionary handouts in a programme which will cover the period to March 31, 2022.


Council ramps up efforts to help East Herts' homeless

Council ramps up efforts to help East Herts' homeless

Council ramps up efforts to help East Herts' homeless

On average five households were in B&B accommodation at any one time in 2018-19 – now there's 21, excluding extra need arising from Covid.


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