Daily Local and National updates on coronavirus (COVID-19)
Calls have been made for 'targeted' curfews to be imposed on bars, restaurants and supermarkets in parts of Greater Manchester with high coronavirus infection rates.
Oldham has recorded its highest daily total of new coronavirus cases since the pandemic began as infections in town centre hotspots shoot back up.
More than 240 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded in Tameside as the virus tightens its grip on the borough.
Older people and everyone with underlying health conditions in Tameside are being urged to take extra care to protect themselves from Covid-19.
Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust says it is working with Public Health England and other partners to fully understand the recent number of deaths at Tameside Hospital.
Glossop’s Duke of Norfolk Primary closed at the end of the school day on Tuesday due to Covid-19 and will stay shut until September 29.
Derbyshire police say demands on the service have now returned to pre Covid-19 levels, but people should only consider calling the force as a last resort in a bid to limit the spread of coronavirus.
Tuesday was another day of chaos for the coronavirus testing system in Greater Manchester.
Leaders in Oldham have demanded the government gets a grip of coronavirus testing after a change to the system sparked chaos – including a 'massive' queue at one of the borough's walk-up centres.