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County council welcomes extra Government cash for Hertfordshire care homes

County council welcomes extra Government cash for Hertfordshire care homes

County council welcomes extra Government cash for Hertfordshire care homes

Nationally, providers will be given an extra £546 million to bolster infection control and help protect residents and staff.


Ambulance medic victim of assault: 'I dodged the punch but didn't expect head-butt'

Ambulance medic victim of assault: 'I dodged the punch but didn't expect head-butt'

Ambulance medic victim of assault: 'I dodged the punch but didn't expect head-butt'

Herts and Essex ambulance service launches tough publicity campaign to combat rise in assaults and abuse of its staff.


£5m to fund digital innovations for Herts and Essex ambulance service

£5m to fund digital innovations for Herts and Essex ambulance service

£5m to fund digital innovations for Herts and Essex ambulance service

East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust is the only ambulance service to be named as a pilot site for the programme.


Hertfordshire GPs issue quarantine warning as Covid-19 cases rise

Hertfordshire GPs issue quarantine warning as Covid-19 cases rise

Hertfordshire GPs issue quarantine warning as Covid-19 cases rise

Cases are increasing and the nationwide testing system at drive-in centres like Stansted Airport is under pressure as a result.


Covid-19 spike puts district in Herts on Govt watch list as 'area of concern'

Covid-19 spike puts district in Herts on Govt watch list as 'area of concern'

Covid-19 spike puts district in Herts on Govt watch list as 'area of concern'

Latest data shows the infection rate in Hertsmere is 63.34 per 100,000 population over seven days – one of the highest in the country.


Sixth form sent home for two weeks after student tests positive for Covid-19

Sixth form sent home for two weeks after student tests positive for Covid-19

Sixth form sent home for two weeks after student tests positive for Covid-19

Quarantine for the 'bubble' of 190 A-level students at St Mary's Catholic School in Bishop's Stortford set to last 14 days.


Herts public health chief warns students to stay away from illegal parties

Herts public health chief warns students to stay away from illegal parties

Herts public health chief warns students to stay away from illegal parties

Hertfordshire's director of public health chief Jim McManus warns families of £10,000 fines for illegal gatherings.


Organ Donation Week prompts plea to residents to help save lives

Organ Donation Week prompts plea to residents to help save lives

Organ Donation Week prompts plea to residents to help save lives

Last year the lives of 71 people in the county were saved by a transplant.


Call for Hertfordshire volunteers to join Covid-19 vaccine research registry

Call for Hertfordshire volunteers to join Covid-19 vaccine research registry

Call for Hertfordshire volunteers to join Covid-19 vaccine research registry

Researchers need as many people as possible from a wide variety of backgrounds, ages and counties to take part.


Fears of local lockdown grow as Covid-19 spikes in Herts community

Fears of local lockdown grow as Covid-19 spikes in Herts community

Fears of local lockdown grow as Covid-19 spikes in Herts community

Self-isolation and testing fail to contain outbreak among young people aged 17-19 in pubs and cafés in Tring and Berkhamsted area.


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