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Rapid testing for key workers and all those who cannot work from home is set to launch across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough from this weekend to help track cases of Coronavirus and drive down transmission rates.
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March's hugely popular St George's Fayre has been cancelled for the second year running due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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The Chairman of Fenland District Council has urged residents to make sure they get their COVID-19 vaccination when it is offered to them, after having his own this week.
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The complete list of nominations received for the 2020 Pride in Fenland Awards is now available.
An image relating to New grant schemes now open to help Covid-hit businesses
More grant schemes to help local businesses survive the latest coronavirus restrictions have been launched by Fenland District Council.
An image relating to Council leader welcomes assurances over temporary closure of Wisbech MIU
The Leader of Fenland District Council has welcomed assurances that Wisbech Minor Injury Unit (MIU) will re-open as soon as possible following its temporary closure in response to COVID-19.
An image relating to Hundreds of people receive financial help to self-isolate, with more help now available
Almost 800 people have received financial support to self-isolate totalling £395,500 from councils across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
An image relating to GP surgeries in Fenland prepare to give Covid-19 vaccinations.
GP practices in Fenland and the surrounding areas will start to deliver Covid-19 vaccinations to local residents aged over 80 from next week, as the roll out of the biggest vaccination programme in NHS history gains further momentum.
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Looking for some fun, educational games and activities to help keep the children entertained at home? Fenland District Council's Getting It Sorted volunteers have you covered!

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