Daily Local and National updates on coronavirus (COVID-19)
A dozen patients were discharged from Tameside Hospital into care homes after testing positive for coronavirus during the first wave of of the pandemic, it's been revealed.
Community police officers will be visiting Ashton-under-Lyne's Ikea and major supermarkets to 'shame' people into wearing face coverings.
Calls have been made for 'targeted' curfews to be imposed on bars, restaurants and supermarkets in parts of Greater Manchester with high coronavirus infection rates.
Oldham has recorded its highest daily total of new coronavirus cases since the pandemic began as infections in town centre hotspots shoot back up.
More than 240 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded in Tameside as the virus tightens its grip on the borough.
Older people and everyone with underlying health conditions in Tameside are being urged to take extra care to protect themselves from Covid-19.
Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust says it is working with Public Health England and other partners to fully understand the recent number of deaths at Tameside Hospital.
Glossop’s Duke of Norfolk Primary closed at the end of the school day on Tuesday due to Covid-19 and will stay shut until September 29.
Derbyshire police say demands on the service have now returned to pre Covid-19 levels, but people should only consider calling the force as a last resort in a bid to limit the spread of coronavirus.
Tuesday was another day of chaos for the coronavirus testing system in Greater Manchester.
Leaders in Oldham have demanded the government gets a grip of coronavirus testing after a change to the system sparked chaos – including a 'massive' queue at one of the borough's walk-up centres.
An urgent appeal for more people who have recovered from coronavirus to donate convalescent plasma is being made.
Spot checks will continue to be carried out to make sure businesses across Oldham are Covid-secure.
There are a number of "concerning reports" that school students across Derbyshire are not wearing face coverings on buses, a council has said.
With the high holidays fast approaching, Jewish communities in Greater Manchester are preparing to celebrate a new year like no other.
People living in coronavirus hotspots across Greater Manchester are struggling to get tested amid fears that the national system has 'lapsed into chaos'.
More people died of coronavirus in Tameside hospital in one week than anywhere else in the country.
Bosses in Oldham say they can 'offer lessons learned' to Bolton on how to bring down a coronavirus spike after they narrowly avoided a full local lockdown.
Tameside's council and health leaders have a united message - we're all in this together when it comes to Covid-19.
Andy Burnham has called for a shielding programme to provide 'maximum protection' for Greater Manchester's most vulnerable residents over the winter.
A rise in new coronavirus cases in Tameside has caused the borough's infection rate to spike.
Andy Burnham has slammed health secretary Matt Hancock for the way the government has announced a string of new coronavirus restrictions affecting Greater Manchester.
Oldham Council leader Sean Fielding is pleading with residents to "not mess up all the hard we've done over the last few weeks" and warning against complacency in a bid to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed that social gatherings of more than six people will be banned by law in England from Monday 14 September, as he outlined a host of other measures in a bid to curb an alarming rise in coronavirus cases across the country.
Tameside's health bosses say they are becoming increasingly concerned about a rise in coronavirus cases throughout the borough and insist everyone must "increase our efforts now" to halt the spread of Covid-19.
Coronavirus infections are on the rise again in Oldham's biggest hotspot, making it the third highest neighbourhood for cases in Greater Manchester.
Hyde has become Tameside's biggest Covid-19 hotspot as the rise in the infection rate pushes the borough back into the 'red' zone.
Social gatherings of more than six people are to be banned by law in England from Monday 14 September, amid an alarming rise in coronavirus cases across the country.
Parents need to lead by example and not crowd around schools breaching social distancing guidance, says Derbyshire's public health expert.
Residents who have symptoms of coronavirus are being encouraged to get tested at local sites which will be situated in Tameside in the coming days and weeks.
Derbyshire is still getting next to no workplace or occupation data for people who have tested positive for Covid-19, six months into the pandemic.
Some coronavirus lockdown restrictions in Greater Manchester are set to be eased next week - including in Tameside and Oldham.
Cases of coronavirus are continuing to plateau in Oldham, with the two largest hotspots recording steep falls.
The mayor of Greater Manchester has spelled out how he believes tighter coronavirus measures should be lifted across the city-region.
The deputy mayor of Greater Manchester has called for a rethink on policing coronavirus restrictions, after revealing that less than half of lockdown fines have been paid.
A café and bar in Glossop which closed temporarily after a staff member tested positive for coronavirus has confirmed when it will reopen.
Tougher restrictions which ban people from socialising with anyone they don't live with are to remain in place for a further week in Oldham, the government has confirmed.
Ahead of the Bank Holiday weekend, Derbyshire police are warning the public that officers "will not hesitate" to use new powers in order to break up any large gatherings.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect us all, you may need to get in touch with agencies about specific issues which affect you.
Applications for the High Peak Connect COVID-19 Support Grant are now open again.