Daily Local and National updates on coronavirus (COVID-19)
Greater Manchester's infection rate has fallen for the third week in a row, as the number of people to have received a Covid vaccine has exceeded 1.3 million.
Health chiefs in Oldham have been answering questions on the coronavirus situation in the borough, which currently has the highest infection rate in Greater Manchester.
Cases of Covid-19 rose in five areas of Tameside as the majority of the borough saw infections suppressed.
Cases of Covid-19 are beginning to creep up in some areas of Oldham as the borough continues to have the highest infection rate in Greater Manchester.
Vaccine supply shortages have seen the number of Derbyshire residents getting their first Covid-19 jabs drop sharply.
Everyone in Tameside can now access free rapid coronavirus testing as part of the government's strategy for easing lockdown restrictions.
A drop in Covid-19 vaccine supplies has resulted in a fall in the number of people in Derbyshire being vaccinated.
Further coronavirus restrictions have now been lifted as planned, as part of the government's roadmap to recovery.
A third of people over the age of 70 in Greater Manchester have received their second dose of a Covid-19 vaccine as infection rates continue to fall.
Free coronavirus testing kits will be available to everyone without symptoms at the community testing centres in New Mills and Buxton.
Thousands of doses of the new Moderna vaccine to protect against Covid-19 will arrive at Greater Manchester's mass vaccination centre next week, health bosses say.
Businesses are being reminded by Derbyshire's Director of Public Health to register to receive free coronavirus testing kits for employees that cannot work from home.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed that the next stage of lockdown easing in England will go ahead as planned on Monday 12 April.
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.