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Derbyshire lockdown restrictions should be upped now, its public health chief has urged.
Transport bosses have outlined what the new rules around travelling are now that Greater Manchester is subject to Tier 3 coronavirus restrictions and the 'Very High' Covid alert level.
From 00.01am on Friday 23 October, Greater Manchester will be under the 'very high' Covid alert and Tier 3 coronavirus restrictions. This is what it means...
Greater Manchester and South Yorkshire are moving into Tier 3 - the toughest level of coronavirus restrictions - but what will it mean for people living in the High Peak?
Nearly 20 local areas within Derbyshire and Derby had 20 or more new cases of Covid-19 in the most recent week.
High Peak MP Robert Largan believes the vast majority of Glossopdale residents are sticking to the coronavirus rules but has stressed that it's imperative that everyone – including young people – plays their part.
As the threat of Tier 3 restrictions loomed earlier this week, we sent our two new junior journalist apprentices Katie Dicks and Katie Catherall to find out what you thought.
MPs have voted down a Labour motion calling for workers in areas under Tier 3 Covid-19 restrictions to be paid at least 80 per cent of their income.
Glossopdale pubs already in tier two lockdown are telling residents in soon-to-be tier three Greater Manchester and South Yorkshire to stay away.
Greater Manchester's 'red wall' Tories appear to be split over whether Andy Burnham should carry the can for the collapse of Tier Three negotiations.
People who are forced to self-isolate after getting ill with Covid-19 or coming into contact with a positive case can get a £500 support payment – if they meet certain criteria.
As the number of cases of coronavirus in Derbyshire continues to rise, residents across the county are being reminded to self-isolate if anyone in their household or support bubble tests positive for the virus.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that Greater Manchester will receive the £60 million that was offered to support the region's businesses which will be affected by the Tier 3 coronavirus restrictions.
Greater Manchester, which includes Tameside and Oldham, will move into Tier 3 - the severest level of coronavirus restrictions - and the 'very high' Covid alert from Friday 23 October.
Mayor Andy Burnham says he's looking to Parliament to intervene to come up with "a fair financial framework" for areas going into Tier 3 restrictions and called on the people of Greater Manchester to "please look out for each other" amid tough times ahead.
More than a thousand people in Oldham who should be self-isolating after interacting with a positive coronavirus case are being missed by contact tracers, according to the town's MP.
The rate of Covid-19 infections across Derby and Derbyshire is rising as a third of the county is plunged into tier two lockdown.
High Peak MP Robert Largan says he wants to avoid a 'circuit breaker' lockdown in England "if at all possible" and believes it's important for all politicians to work together to "get us through this pandemic".
Stalybridge and Hyde MP Jonathan Reynolds has echoed his view that there should be a national 'circuit breaker' as declared by Wales this week.
A barber shop in Oldham town centre has been ordered to close by Oldham Council for "repeated safety breaches".
A pub in Audenshaw has been closed for breaching coronavirus restrictions after ignoring previous warnings, Tameside Council has said.
Local MPs have been told that intensive care unit (ICU) beds in Greater Manchester are just 16 days away from being at 90 per cent capacity if the current rate of hospital admission continues.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that he will "need to intervene" to "save the lives of residents" if agreement cannot be reached with Greater Manchester's leaders over placing the region into the toughest coronavirus restrictions.
Denton MP Andrew Gwynne is backing Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham's stand against the government placing the region into the Tier 3 'very high' Covid alert level.
Failures in the Government's Covid test programme meant Derbyshire lost the chance to avoid tougher lockdowns, its public health chief has said.
Greater Manchester leaders have unanimously opposed plans to impose the toughest coronavirus restrictions on the region, insisting they are "standing firm" and "fighting back for fairness and for the health of our people".
Residents across Derbyshire can find out coronavirus restrictions for their area with a new postcode checker on the county council's website.
No decision has yet been made as to whether Greater Manchester will be placed under the severest coronavirus restrictions.
Mayor Andy Burnham has said he would consider 'legal action' if a Tier 3 lockdown was 'imposed' on Greater Manchester, without a promise to pay more than two thirds of furloughed workers' salaries.
The coronavirus pandemic has seen more children affected by domestic abuse needing to be taken into care, with social workers saying many young people are living in 'constant fear'.
Mayor Andy Burnham and the leaders of Greater Manchester's 10 local authorities - including Tameside and Oldham councils - have issued a joint statement insisting that the severest Tier 3 coronavirus restrictions should not be imposed on the region.
People living and working in Glossopdale are being urged to protect friends and family from Covid-19 and do their bit to help keep local businesses open, after the area was placed in the 'high' alert category in the new England-wide three-tier system.
Students and young people across Greater Manchester are being urged to follow the coronavirus rules and wear face coverings on public transport.
Denton MP Andrew Gwynne has voiced his support for a 'circuit breaker' lockdown in England, with pressure mounting for coronavirus measures to go further.
Councillors in "high alert" Glossopdale suggest tier 2 Covid-19 lockdown may not be enough and should have been brought in sooner.
An Uppermill pub has been closed for breaching coronavirus restrictions - including allowing eight people to be sat at one table.
Greater Manchester - which includes Tameside and Oldham - has avoided a shutdown of pubs and bars as it has been placed under Tier 2 in the new system for coronavirus restrictions.
Glossopdale has been placed in the high alert level of the new three-tier lockdown system, but the rest of the High Peak will be under the medium alert level.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has finally confirmed what the widely-reported new three-tier system for lockdown measures will consist of.
All students in Years 7 to 11 at Glossopdale School have been told to self-isolate immediately for 14 days due to two confirmed cases of Covid-19.
Tougher restrictions on funerals and public transport in Oldham are to be scrapped as Greater Manchester is due to be placed under 'Tier 2' coronavirus rules, an MP has said.
People in Tameside may be able to receive some financial support if they are required to self-isolate due to coronavirus.
People may be 'factoring in Covid fines' as a wedding cost with Greater Manchester Police having broken up several marriage celebrations, the deputy mayor fears.
Ashton and Failsworth MP Angela Rayner has accused the Prime Minister of being "asleep at the wheel" as coronavirus cases soar in 19 of the 20 areas that have been under increased restrictions.
A mobile unit has been set up in Glossop to help local people to get a coronavirus test.
Hundreds of new Covid-19 infections have been reported in Derby and Derbyshire following an IT error.
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.