A new coronavirus testing site is being introduced from this Saturday, at the Postwick Park and Ride site on the eastern edge of Norwich.
It is part of a network of “regional” testing sites across East Anglia, which complements local testing sites across Norfolk and Waveney.
A Norfolk GP Practice has brought cheer to local residents by commissioning a mural on their car park wall.
The mural of a rainbow and sunflowers can be seen by passers-by from the road and is situated on the wall of Elmham Surgery at North Elmham, near Dereham.
Suffolk County Council working with Anglia Care Trust has today <Friday 22 May> extended its Domestic Abuse Helpline to offer 24-hour support and is urging anyone experiencing, or at risk of, domestic abuse to make contact, when safe to do so.
With lockdown measures still in place, it is important that those who may find themselves at risk of abuse at home can access the right support at whatever time they need. The existing Domestic Abuse Outreach Service has therefore extended its 0800 977 5690 freephone number to be available 24hours a day, seven days a week. Anyone with concerns including professionals who may be supporting clients, as well as friends and families who are concerned for loved ones, can access this local support.
The three hospitals in Norfolk and Waveney are working to restore some of their services, which were paused because of coronavirus.
The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH), James Paget University Hospital (JPUH) and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn (QEH) have continued to treat people with life-threatening conditions such as cancer or cardiac conditions and emergency situations such as stroke or accidents.