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More than 1,000 healthcare jobs saved after jabs order scrapped

More than 1,000 healthcare jobs saved after jabs order scrapped

More than 1,000 healthcare jobs saved after jabs order scrapped

02 February 2022

The jobs of more than 1,000 healthcare workers serving South Lincolnshire have been saved after plans for mandatory Covid vaccinations were halted.

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Walk-in vaccine clinics this week

Walk-in vaccine clinics this week

Walk-in vaccine clinics this week

31 January 2022

NHS bosses have announced details for more ‘pop-up’ walk-in vaccine sessions in south Lincolnshire this week.


PM to 'address MPs' as Sue Gray hands over version of partygate inquiry

PM to 'address MPs' as Sue Gray hands over version of partygate inquiry

PM to 'address MPs' as Sue Gray hands over version of partygate inquiry

31 January 2022

Boris Johnson is expected to make a statement in the House of Commons after receiving a version of Sue Gray's report into Downing Street parties.


Covid a main factor as Shelle faces shop closure heartache

Covid a main factor as Shelle faces shop closure heartache

Covid a main factor as Shelle faces shop closure heartache

30 January 2022

A shop owner is looking back fondly on her adventure as she prepares to close the doors.


Lifting rules could be a mistake, say businesses

Lifting rules could be a mistake, say businesses

Lifting rules could be a mistake, say businesses

30 January 2022

Businesses have reacted to the imminent lifting of Covid-19 restrictions.


Chip shortage puts brakes on new cars - as district sees rise in electric vehicles

Chip shortage puts brakes on new cars - as district sees rise in electric vehicles

Chip shortage puts brakes on new cars - as district sees rise in electric vehicles

29 January 2022

Motorists are being forced to wait for new cars due to a global supply issue - as new data also shows a rise in interest in electric vehicles here.


Face coverings no longer mandatory

Face coverings no longer mandatory

Face coverings no longer mandatory

27 January 2022

Wearing a face mask is no longer a legal requirement as laws governing their use lapsed at midnight.


Eager for normality with restrictions to be scrapped

Eager for normality with restrictions to be scrapped

Eager for normality with restrictions to be scrapped

25 January 2022

A nightclub owner has shared his delight at being given the green light to get back to normal.


What is Stealth Omicron and why are scientists watching it so closely?

What is Stealth Omicron and why are scientists watching it so closely?

What is Stealth Omicron and why are scientists watching it so closely?

24 January 2022

New Omicron variant BA.2, thought to be more contagious than the current strain, is being investigated by scientists worldwide and here's why:


Services continue despite Covid

Services continue despite Covid

Services continue despite Covid

23 January 2022

Staff absences due to Covid have not stopped public services in South Lincolnshire from being delivered.


Back to Plan A: Everything you need to know

Back to Plan A: Everything you need to know

Back to Plan A: Everything you need to know

21 January 2022

With coronavirus cases falling England is heading back to Plan A, but what are the restrictions being eased and how will they affect you?


Walk-in Covid vaccine clinics and sessions for pregnant women and the needle-phobic

Walk-in Covid vaccine clinics and sessions for pregnant women and the needle-phobic

Walk-in Covid vaccine clinics and sessions for pregnant women and the needle-phobic

20 January 2022

Walk-in vaccine clinics are operating today and tomorrow - and specialist sessions are running for pregnant women and people with a phobia of needles.


Plan B measures to be dropped across England, says PM

Plan B measures to be dropped across England, says PM

Plan B measures to be dropped across England, says PM

19 January 2022

Plan B measures to fight the spread of Covid-19 will be dropped across England, the Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced.


Military drafted in to help at hospital

Military drafted in to help at hospital

Military drafted in to help at hospital

19 January 2022

A team of 30 military personnel is supporting United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust – due to staffing shortages caused by Covid-19.


School defends its Covid uniform rules

School defends its Covid uniform rules

School defends its Covid uniform rules

19 January 2022

A headmistress has issued a ‘reminder’ to staff and students of her school’s Covid dress code - amid a complaint from a parent.


Morrisons cuts sick pay for unvaccinated staff

Morrisons cuts sick pay for unvaccinated staff

Morrisons cuts sick pay for unvaccinated staff

18 January 2022

Morrisons has become the first supermarket to make cuts to sick pay for unjabbed staff who have to isolate after being exposed to Covid.


Our firms can claim cash towards Omicron losses

Our firms can claim cash towards Omicron losses

Our firms can claim cash towards Omicron losses

17 January 2022

Hospitality and leisure businesses can now claim cash to help with the disruption caused by Omicron before Christmas.


Fall in number of district Covid cases

Fall in number of district Covid cases

Fall in number of district Covid cases

17 January 2022

Figures show a fall in the number of positive Covid cases in our district in the last week.


Further changes to self-isolation rules from today

Further changes to self-isolation rules from today

Further changes to self-isolation rules from today

17 January 2022

For the second time in a month the self-isolation rules in England are changing.


Covid cash for our firms is 'drop in the ocean'

Covid cash for our firms is 'drop in the ocean'

Covid cash for our firms is 'drop in the ocean'

15 January 2022

More than £750,000 will be available to our district's hospitality and leisure firms - but this won't make up for losses caused by Covid measures.


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