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Welcome to our live blog, where we will be providing updates on coronavirus in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and beyond.

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Nine more people have now died at Lister Hospital in Stevenage after being treated for COVID-19.

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A doctor from a Welwyn hospital has died after testing positive for COVID-19.

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Tesco is set to commit £30 million of financial support to communities affected by coronavirus – with groups across Hertfordshire set to benefit from the supermarket’s funding.

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A man sustained stab wounds and a head injury after a group of men reportedly broke into his Welwyn Garden City flat on the weekend.

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A former Welwyn Garden City trophy-winning skipper is at the forefront of a rapidly growing charity football match to help raise funds for the NHS and acknowledge their efforts during the coronavirus crisis.

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A nurse at Lister Hospital has broken ranks to expose the shocking PPE health workers are being equipped with on the frontline against coronavirus.

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Parking enforcement officers working for Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council have been reportedly abused doing their job.

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A man who claimed to have COVID-19 allegedly coughed in a Co-op customers face in Hatfield over the weekend.

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An online radio station has been set up in Potters Bar to help combat social isolation during the Covid-19 lockdown in Hertfordshire.

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Hertfordshire police officers are taking the ‘right tone’ in dealing with the new lockdown laws, the county’s police and crime commissioner has said.

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Police in Huntingdon ask dog walkers to exercise their pets closer to home after reports of groups meeting up at a country park.

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New mums face time on a ward with their newborn babies alone due to a ban on visitors in a bid to combat the coronavirus pandemic.

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A Hatfield man who works in an M&S clothing warehouse in Welham Green is still going to work, but is afraid for his health and believes he should be allowed to stay at home.

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After the Government said all rough sleepers must be in by the weekend, Welwyn Hatfield and Hertsmere Borough Councils brought everyone that they could identify as homeless inside.

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