Daily Local and National updates on coronavirus (COVID-19)
The Covid vaccination van is continuing its tour of Tameside with more pop-up clinics this week.
Anyone aged 18 or over who is registered with a GP practice in Glossopdale is being invited to book their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine.
A primary school in Glossopdale has had to close temporarily after three members of staff have tested positive for coronavirus.
Boris Johnson has confirmed that there will be a four-week delay to the lifting of all restrictions in England beyond 21 June.
The number of Delta Covid-19 variant cases in Derbyshire has tripled, with a case of the new strain now in every area of the county.
Cases of Covid-19 are continuing to rise in Oldham with the most infections are occurring among children and teenagers, as bosses warn we 'can't afford to blow it'.
Cases of Covid-19 are rising in Tameside as the Delta variant becomes 'dominant' – and the council is handing out more face masks to get residents to protect themselves.
More than 900 people in Gamesley answered the call to carry out testing in response to rising Covid-19 infection rates - and only a handful came back positive.
A Covid vaccination van will be touring Tameside and Glossop this summer to deliver jabs to the heart of communities.
Greater Manchester - including Tameside and Oldham - is to get a "strengthened package of support" in order to help combat rising cases of the Delta variant of coronavirus in the region.
The number of cases of the Delta variant of Covid-19 in Derbyshire continues to increase, with all but two districts recording infections.
Hundreds of people have received their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine at a pop-up clinic in Gamesley.
Neighbourhoods in Oldham are seeing Covid-19 cases rise, while the virus remains suppressed in areas of Saddleworth and Shaw.
Cases of Covid-19 are climbing in Tameside as the new Delta variant spreads across the north, but eight areas are still managing to suppress the virus.
Healthcare officials in Glossop say that some patients are failing to turn up for their second Covid-19 jabs.
Tameside residents are being urged to keep following safety measures, after Covid rates have more than doubled in the borough over the last seven days.
Local people registered with a GP practice in Tameside and Glossop can now view their Covid-19 vaccination status using the NHS App.
Enhanced testing is being rolled out in Gamesley in response to rising Covid-19 infection rates, including cases of the variant which originated in India.
There have been more than 30 cases of the Covid-19 variant which originated in India detected in Derbyshire, new data has revealed.
A pop-up clinic will be held in Gamesley to allow people eligible for a Covid vaccination to get their first dose.
People are being reminded that they should still get a Covid-19 test if they develop symptoms of the virus during the current period where lockdown restrictions apply.
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.