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Covid cases back on the rise but no new deaths

Covid cases back on the rise but no new deaths

Covid cases back on the rise but no new deaths

The number of people testing positive for Covid-19 rose by almost 50 per cent in South Kesteven last week.


Wall of Hope prompted important organ donation discussions

Wall of Hope prompted important organ donation discussions

Wall of Hope prompted important organ donation discussions

The mother of a teenager who died from a heart condition has praised the community for supporting a project encouraging organ donation.


Surgery team among best in the country

Surgery team among best in the country

Surgery team among best in the country

Patient feedback has placed a surgery team in the top five per cent nationally.


Georgie takes on marathon for late brother Tim

Georgie takes on marathon for late brother Tim

Georgie takes on marathon for late brother Tim

The sister of a talented cyclist who died from a rare cancer has taken on a marathon challenge to fund more research into the disease.


Covid death recorded

Covid death recorded

Covid death recorded

Another covid death has been recorded in South Kesteven, despite the district having a low infection rate compared to the rest of the country.


Care home closes after concerns by fire service and CQC

Care home closes after concerns by fire service and CQC

Care home closes after concerns by fire service and CQC

Elderly residents have been moved out of a troubled care home which was closed after concerns were raised by the fire service.


Covid-19 boosters to begin

Covid-19 boosters to begin

Covid-19 boosters to begin

County health bosses say Covid-19 booster jabs will begin to be given out soon - with plans being made for issuing vaccines to schoolchildren too.


Hospital staff’s dedication recognised

Hospital staff’s dedication recognised

Hospital staff’s dedication recognised

Hospital staff have been recognised for their dedication, hard work and achievements following one of the most challenging years in the NHS.


Residents race to help neighbour in need after partner appeals for help from America

Residents race to help neighbour in need after partner appeals for help from America

Residents race to help neighbour in need after partner appeals for help from America

A village community rallied around to help their neighbour who had fallen ill in the early hours of the morning.


Vaccine delays due to 'unforeseen freight challenges'

Vaccine delays due to 'unforeseen freight challenges'

Vaccine delays due to 'unforeseen freight challenges'

A number of surgeries in the area have postponed vaccine clinics due to a delay in the delivery of flu vaccinations.


Blood tests delayed due to global shortage of equipment

Blood tests delayed due to global shortage of equipment

Blood tests delayed due to global shortage of equipment

A global shortage of some health care equipment has resulted in people having blood tests delayed.


Colin’s march goes on for men's health

Colin’s march goes on for men's health

Colin’s march goes on for men's health

A former mayor has walked 52 miles in the first week of a challenge to support Prostate Cancer UK.


Vaccine offered to fight off shingles misery

Vaccine offered to fight off shingles misery

Vaccine offered to fight off shingles misery

Older patients are being urged to get the shingles vaccine and help prevent the painful infection.


New studio will help women embark on fitness journey

New studio will help women embark on fitness journey

New studio will help women embark on fitness journey

A personal trainer has launched a new fitness studio in a historic building in the heart of her home town.


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