Final 50 new ambulances being rolled out from April to make journeys more comfortable for patients and safer for crews.
Carers in Hertfordshire is working with the county's Covid taskforce to distribute gloves, disposable face masks, aprons and face shields.
Pressure on A&E department at Harlow hospital typical of strain faced by NHS nationwide, despite lowest ever January attendances at casualty.
Zara Skidmore says the most important service being provided through the latest lockdown is the befriending phone line.
Almost 10,000 people in Broxbourne EN10 postcode area tested since February 2 after one resident was found to have the mutated virus.
Dr Sian Stanley said immunisation of Stortford's over-70s was on schedule and vaccination of the housebound was well under way.
A Broxbourne resident is recovering after testing positive for the mutation, prompting concerns that it is spreading in the community.
Professor Jim McManus, the county’s director of public health, wants all adult residents in the EN10 area of Broxbourne to be screened.
Avanti Meadows primary should have opened last September but because of the pandemic the first pupils will not start until this autumn.
People caring for family members with advanced dementia can receive specialist training, thanks to St Clare Hospice.
The primary care partnership of five GP practices in Stortford, Sawbridgeworth and Much Hadham has administered 5,368 doses.
Hazel End staff and residents invited to immunisation clinic at football club and then visited by medics who administered more jabs.
Defibs installed at 18 Hertfordshire police stations with £72,000 funding support from Police and Crime Commissioner.
Dorothy Hosein was appointed chief executive when East of England Ambulance Service was the worst-performing one in England.
Jeanette Watling, 66, is looking forward to her son's wedding this summer and watching her seven-year-old grandson grow up.