Daily Local and National updates on coronavirus (COVID-19)
Metrolink services will begin running more frequently amid growing passenger numbers – but tram travel will no longer be free for NHS and social care workers.
The leader of Derbyshire County Council has pledged to work with partners to support Rolls-Royce workers, after the company announced it is to shed 9,000 jobs due to a downturn in the civil aviation business caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Reopening schools to all pupils should be left to local authorities and headteachers and not Westminster, according to the leader of Manchester council.
Derbyshire County Council has confirmed it has extended its employment and careers advice offering for people across the county during the coronavirus pandemic.
As the coronavirus pandemic shows no sign of stopping, people are being forced to choose between buying food and whether they can afford to turn the lights on.
Care homes in Tameside and Glossop will be among the first to use a UK-first digital tool to track COVID-19 and coordinate with GP practices and hospitals to protect vulnerable residents.
Here are the latest figures from Public Health England, NHS England and the Office for National Statistics of confirmed coronavirus cases and deaths in Derbyshire, Tameside and Oldham.