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BBC News - Suffolk

Coronavirus: 'Dedicated' GP Fayez Ayache, 76, dies (6 hours old)

Fayaz Ayache stopped working last month but may have visited patients at home since.

Coronavirus: Man admits assault on nurses (1 day old)

A man admits assaulting two accident and emergency staff at West Suffolk Hospital.

Coronavirus: Suffolk family isolating in van on Corfu (2 days old [07/04/20])

Martin and Kate Thacker, their daughters Shannon and Phoebe, two dogs and cat are living in a van.

Coronavirus: Woodbridge residents do daily social distancing dance (1 day old)

Warwick Avenue comes alive at 11am every day with residents dancing on their drives.

Coronavirus: Suffolk man 'thanks NHS' with 50-mile garden run (2 days old [07/04/20])

Ben Blowes' 15-hour workout raised nearly £5,000 for frontline health workers.

Air ambulance launches £100,000 appeal for PPE (2 days old [07/04/20])

The East Anglian Air Ambulance needs more protection equipment to keep critical care teams safe.

Coronavirus UK map: How many confirmed cases are there in your area? (5 hours old)

Key graphics explaining how coronavirus has spread in the UK and the government's response.

Coronavirus: What are social distancing and self-isolation? (9 hours old)

Everybody should be avoiding non-essential contact, and you should stay at home wherever possible.

New guidance - what must I do? (16 days old [24/03/20])

Step-by-step, what to do to help prevent the spread of the virus.

Coronavirus pandemic: Tracking the global outbreak (5 hours old)

Key maps and charts explaining how the respiratory virus has spread around the world and how it is being dealt with.

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Evening Star News

NHS staff thank public ‘heroes’ for staying at home (3 hours old)

Medical staff have showed their appreciation for the public for self-distancing as thousands took to the streets to clap for key workers.

‘I’m so relieved’ - Suffolk MPs send support as Boris Johnson moves out of intensive care (3 hours old)

Politicians from across Suffolk have sent their support to Prime Minister Boris Johnson who has been moved out of intensive care after falling ill with coronavirus.

10 more people die after contracting coronavirus in Suffolk and north Essex (4 hours old)

Hospitals across Suffolk and north Essex have confirmed a further 10 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus.

Prime minister Boris Johnson moved out of intensive care (4 hours old)

The prime minister has been moved out of the intensive care unit where he had been receiving treatment for coronavirus.

Prisons to build temporary cells to stop coronavirus spread in jails (5 hours old)

Temporary cells are to be built in the grounds of two Suffolk jails in a bid to stop coronavirus from spreading in the prisons.

‘We’re not done yet’ - coronavirus lockdown set to continue (5 hours old)

Suffolk is set to remain in lockdown after the public were told “we’re not done yet” with social distancing due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Neighbours’ kids continue to play in lockdown through window in garden fence (7 hours old)

Two Ipswich families have put a new perspective on the coronavirus lockdown by creating a plastic window in their 6ft adjoining fence so their children can continue to play together.

How council staff have been redeployed to frontline roles in coronavirus pandemic (7 hours old)

Staff at Suffolk’s councils who have been redeployed into frontline roles have been praised for their efforts in the coronavirus pandemic.

Driver caught going 109mph on A14 allegedly told police it was safe because roads were so quiet (7 hours old)

A driver has allegedly told police officers he thought driving quickly was safe because the A14 was so quiet, after being caught doing 109mph.

Bail extended for man arrested in connection with antiques dealer’s death (7 hours old)

Police have extended bail for a man arrested in connection with the discovery of a woman’s body at an address in Capel St Mary.

EADT News

NHS staff thank public ‘heroes’ for staying at home (3 hours old)

Medical staff have showed their appreciation for the public for self-distancing as thousands took to the streets to clap for key workers.

‘I’m so relieved’ - Suffolk MPs send support as Boris Johnson moves out of intensive care (3 hours old)

Politicians from across Suffolk have sent their support to Prime Minister Boris Johnson who has been moved out of intensive care after falling ill with coronavirus.

Drive-in coronavirus test centre to open at Stansted Airport (3 hours old)

Stansted Airport is to open a drive-in coronavirus testing centre for NHS workers after flights there were grounded because of the crisis.

Prime minister Boris Johnson moved out of intensive care (4 hours old)

The prime minister has been moved out of the intensive care unit where he had been receiving treatment for coronavirus.

Prisons to build temporary cells to stop coronavirus spread in jails (5 hours old)

Temporary cells are to be built in the grounds of two Suffolk jails in a bid to stop coronavirus from spreading in the prisons.

‘We’re not done yet’ - coronavirus lockdown set to continue (5 hours old)

Suffolk is set to remain in lockdown after the public were told “we’re not done yet” with social distancing due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Plans for new £4m ‘purpose-built facility’ to meet ‘huge demand’ (6 hours old)

New jobs could be created as part of a £4m development at a popular care home, provided plans get the go-ahead.

Neighbours’ kids continue to play in lockdown through window in garden fence (6 hours old)

Two Ipswich families have put a new perspective on the coronavirus lockdown by creating a plastic window in their 6ft adjoining fence so their children can continue to play together.

How council staff have been redeployed to frontline roles in coronavirus pandemic (6 hours old)

Staff at Suffolk’s councils who have been redeployed into frontline roles have been praised for their efforts in the coronavirus pandemic.

Care agency helps to ease PPE pressure on frontline NHS staff (6 hours old)

A home care company based near Sudbury have been inundated with requests from NHS and healthcare workers for help with their PPE kit whilst caring for people on the frontline.

Ipswich