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Covid-19 deaths and infections continue to fall

Covid-19 deaths and infections continue to fall

Covid-19 deaths and infections continue to fall

14 April 2021

THERE was just one coronavirus death in the New Forest as infection rates continue to fall, according to the latest weekly updates.


ExxonMobil's site 'key supplier' in vaccine chain

ExxonMobil's site 'key supplier' in vaccine chain

ExxonMobil's site 'key supplier' in vaccine chain

13 April 2021

UP to half of all vial stoppers in Covid-19 vaccines across the world may have been made using material from Fawley, according to the oil refinery.


Pupils evacuated as school installs air quality alarms to stop spread of Covid

Pupils evacuated as school installs air quality alarms to stop spread of Covid

Pupils evacuated as school installs air quality alarms to stop spread of Covid

01 April 2021

PUPILS have twice been evacuated from classrooms at a New Forest school after air monitors indicated the potential for a build-up of coronavirus...


New Forest Covid update: Two deaths for second week running

New Forest Covid update: Two deaths for second week running

New Forest Covid update: Two deaths for second week running

30 March 2021

FOR the second week running there have been two new weekly coronavirus deaths in the New Forest, according in the Office for National Statistics (ONS)...


Weekly Covid deaths in New Forest fall to two in latest update

Weekly Covid deaths in New Forest fall to two in latest update

Weekly Covid deaths in New Forest fall to two in latest update

24 March 2021

THERE were two new weekly coronavirus deaths in the New Forest, according in the latest update which showed a continuing fall in fatalities...


School children set to join minute's silence for coronavirus victims 12 months after the first lockdown

School children set to join minute's silence for coronavirus victims 12 months after the first lockdown

School children set to join minute's silence for coronavirus victims 12 months after the first lockdown

23 March 2021

LOCAL school children will join the thousands across the New Forest and Christchurch at midday today (Tuesday) holding a minute’s silence for the victims of the pandemic...


New Forest family's frustration with having to isolate at home despite negative Covid tests

New Forest family's frustration with having to isolate at home despite negative Covid tests

New Forest family's frustration with having to isolate at home despite negative Covid tests

22 March 2021

A LYMINGTON father has hit out at the school Covid-19 testing system after conflicting test results meant the whole family had to self-isolate...


Weekly New Forest Covid update: Six deaths as residents given reassurance over vaccine blood clot reports

Weekly New Forest Covid update: Six deaths as residents given reassurance over vaccine blood clot reports

Weekly New Forest Covid update: Six deaths as residents given reassurance over vaccine blood clot reports

17 March 2021

SIX coronavirus deaths were reported in the New Forest in the latest weekly update as county health bosses reassure residents over the safety of the AstraZeneca vaccine...


Council introduces fast-track licensing for firms wanting to serve food and drink outside

Council introduces fast-track licensing for firms wanting to serve food and drink outside

Council introduces fast-track licensing for firms wanting to serve food and drink outside

14 March 2021

A ‘FAST-TRACK’ licensing system has been set up by BCP Council for businesses looking to expand into outdoor service as lockdown measures are eased...


Covid safety spot checks for New Forest businesses in run-up to lockdown lifting

Covid safety spot checks for New Forest businesses in run-up to lockdown lifting

Covid safety spot checks for New Forest businesses in run-up to lockdown lifting

13 March 2021

SPOT checks are being carried out to ensure New Forest businesses have coronavirus safety measures in place ahead of the lockdown lifting...


Weekly New Forest Covid figures update – rise in deaths but number of new cases continues to fall

Weekly New Forest Covid figures update – rise in deaths but number of new cases continues to fall

Weekly New Forest Covid figures update – rise in deaths but number of new cases continues to fall

10 March 2021

TEN coronavirus deaths were reported in the New Forest in the latest weekly update from the Office for National Statistics (ONS)...


Schools set up mass coronavirus testing stations

Schools set up mass coronavirus testing stations

Schools set up mass coronavirus testing stations

04 March 2021

MASS Covid-19 testing stations have been set up as schools across the New Forest and Christchurch prepare to welcome pupils back on Monday...


Weekly New Forest Covid update – eight deaths as district approaches nearly 6,000 cases over the past year

Weekly New Forest Covid update – eight deaths as district approaches nearly 6,000 cases over the past year

Weekly New Forest Covid update – eight deaths as district approaches nearly 6,000 cases over the past year

03 March 2021

THE leader of New Forest District Council spoke of “fresh hope” from the vaccine rollout as he remembered those who have died in the pandemic which brought the first case to Hampshire one year ago...


Motorcyclist and family fined for lockdown-breaching trips to the New Forest

Motorcyclist and family fined for lockdown-breaching trips to the New Forest

Motorcyclist and family fined for lockdown-breaching trips to the New Forest

02 March 2021

A MOTORCYCLIST who rode from Christchurch to spend the day touring the New Forest’s roads was fined by police for breaching coronavirus restrictions...


Recyclers abuse staff at New Forest Covid test site

Recyclers abuse staff at New Forest Covid test site

Recyclers abuse staff at New Forest Covid test site

02 March 2021

NHS staff at a mobile coronavirus testing site in a Fordingbridge car park have been verbally abused by people trying to use the recycling banks...


New Forest trust welcomes decision to bring forward Covid vaccinations for severely disabled

New Forest trust welcomes decision to bring forward Covid vaccinations for severely disabled

New Forest trust welcomes decision to bring forward Covid vaccinations for severely disabled

25 February 2021

A TRUST which supports people with learning difficulties has welcomed the announcement by government that those with severe disabilities will be vaccinated sooner...


Deaths in New Forest more than halved in latest weekly Covid update

Deaths in New Forest more than halved in latest weekly Covid update

Deaths in New Forest more than halved in latest weekly Covid update

24 February 2021

THE number of weekly new Covid-19 deaths has dropped in the New Forest, according to the latest update...


Local sports clubs set for kick-off from 29th March

Local sports clubs set for kick-off from 29th March

Local sports clubs set for kick-off from 29th March

24 February 2021

SPORTS clubs across the New Forest and Christchurch have welcomed the Prime Minister’s announcement that restrictions on grassroots outdoor sports will be eased from 29th March...


'It is devastating' – call for support package as New Forest hoteliers face mid-May reopening date

'It is devastating' – call for support package as New Forest hoteliers face mid-May reopening date

'It is devastating' – call for support package as New Forest hoteliers face mid-May reopening date

23 February 2021

WHILE schools and parents have welcomed yesterday’s news that pupils will go back on 8th March, the New Forest hospitality industry has been left “devastated” by an agonising wait to reopen...


PM announces four-step plan to lift all Covid restrictions by 21st June

PM announces four-step plan to lift all Covid restrictions by 21st June

PM announces four-step plan to lift all Covid restrictions by 21st June

22 February 2021

PRIME Minister Boris Johnson today (Monday) announced a roadmap out of lockdown, with the hope of lifting all restrictions by 21st June...


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