People in Norfolk are being urged to enjoy themselves responsibly and follow social distancing guidelines as pubs, bars, and restaurants reopen this weekend.
The NHS in Norfolk and Waveney is urging people to attend routine vaccination appointments to help protect you and your child against serious and potentially deadly diseases and stop outbreaks in the community.
Local health leaders have assured people that it is safe to visit GP practices for vaccinations, with measures in place to reduce the risk from coronavirus.
A new optometry service to treat patients during coronavirus has been launched. The new COVID-19 Urgent Eyecare Service (CUES) means that people can access urgent eye care during the coronavirus pandemic.
The service, commissioned by NHS Norfolk and Waveney Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), is provided by local accredited optical practices. The service can be accessed by anyone who is registered with a GP practice within Norfolk and Waveney.
Weather forecasters are predicting a spell of very warm weather over the next few days.
While many people welcome some summer sun, it’s important to make sure that high temperatures – like we’ve experienced recently – do not harm you or anyone you know.
A heatwave can affect anyone, but some people are more vulnerable and at risk.
These include older people, babies and young children, and people with serious long-term conditions, particularly heart or breathing problems.
Please make sure that you, your family, friends and neighbours follow these top tips for staying safe and coping with the heat: