Daily Local and National updates on coronavirus (COVID-19)
The spread of Covid-19 vaccinations across Derbyshire is extremely varied, with some areas seeing more than triple than others.
More than 300,000 Derbyshire residents have had their first Covid-19 vaccines.
Bus and taxi drivers and teachers over the age of 50 should be given Covid jabs at the half-empty mass vaccination centre at the Etihad, say local leaders.
Emergency care beds have been taken out of the Nightingale Hospital in Manchester as bosses look to 'cease operations' there by the end of March.
Hundreds of fines have been handed out for Covid breaches in Greater Manchester in the last week – including at weddings, house parties and Manchester Airport.
A crippling level of disinformation and historic mistrust is causing Derbyshire residents in black, Asian and other ethnic minority communities to not take up the Covid vaccines.
Chiefs in Tameside have issued a warning to residents that there is the potential for coronavirus restrictions to remain in place locally if the borough's high infection rates don't come down.
The High Peak's new walk-in coronavirus testing site is open and the message to the community is to use it.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has set out the government's long-awaited 'roadmap' for easing Covid-19 lockdown restrictions in England from March.
The number of weekly Covid-19 cases in Derbyshire has now fallen 70 per cent from the January peak, six weeks ago.
The success of Derbyshire's Covid-19 vaccination programme will pave the way out of lockdown in the summer, says a local NHS chief.
New Covid hardship grants for High Peak businesses who aren't eligible for the mandatory or discretionary schemes have now been launched.
Nearly one in every three people in Derbyshire aged over 16 has had a Covid-19 vaccine.
Health chiefs are growing increasingly concerned that Covid-19 cases in Greater Manchester are not falling as rapidly as other parts of the country, and the region could face being locked down for even longer.
Support and an earlier vaccination will be available for additional people in Tameside and Glossop who have been identified as being at increased risk of becoming seriously unwell from coronavirus.
Andy Burnham held his weekly press conference on Wednesday afternoon (17 February), sharing the latest updates on the coronavirus situation in Greater Manchester.
More than 50,000 people across Oldham have now been vaccinated against coronavirus.
With Tameside's downward Covid-19 rate stalling in recent days, one of the borough's MPs says it's a "stark reminder to us all that this isn't over" and is urging people to continue to follow the lockdown rules.
With a potential full school reopening next month, Derbyshire is still seeing more Covid-19 cases in a week than the county saw in the whole of September, when schools fully reopened after the first lockdown.
The number of people who have received a first Covid-19 vaccine dose in Tameside and Glossop has passed the 50,000 mark.
All housebound residents aged over 70 who were able and consented have now been vaccinated against Covid-19 in Tameside and Glossop.
More than 90 per cent of all Derbyshire residents in the top four priority Covid-19 vaccination groups have now had their jabs.
Coronavirus cases rose in nine areas of Tameside despite strict lockdown restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of the virus.
The number of weekly Covid-19 cases across Derbyshire has now fallen by half since the early January peak.
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.