Coronavirus infections are beginning to plateau in Havering, according to Public Health England (PHE).

Havering’s big two summer events have been cancelled.

What could the UK have done better and what lessons have we learnt, that could help us in the wake of a second peak? The Recorder spoke to a Hornchurch GP.

To ensure you don’t miss out on your pub quiz fix, we will be bringing you a daily dose of questions so you feel like you are at one of your locals. So grab a pint (without leaving the house) and get quizzing.

People across Havering have pulled together to help the elderly and vulnerable by starting up new initiatives to deliver groceries. Here’s where you can find out what help is available and how you can get involved.

Four more patients have died after testing positive for Covid-19 at Romford’s Queen’s Hospital.

Havering Council leader Damian White issued a message today on how the council plans to combat the “huge challenge” of stopping the spread of Covid-19 in the borough.

Police have issued a warning after receiving reports of scammers taking advantage of elderly people amid the coronavirus outbreak.

People are being told to avoid, pubs, clubs, theatres and to start working from home “where they possibly can” following the first government televised press conference on the coronavirus outbreak.

From how to protect yourself from the coronavirus when you have underlying health conditions to whether pets can get the disease, we put your questions about Covid-19 to an east London GP.

Queen’s Hospital has announced the first death of Covid-19 in Havering.

Care home workers and volunteers are being invited to take part in training sessions in Romford to learn more about the coronavirus and how they can keep vulnerable residents safe.


With winter fast approaching, it is now more important than ever for us all to carry on following COVID-19 precautions to help stop the spread of the virus by always observing the three-tier local restrictions and remembering three key words – Hands, Face, Space.

The NHS COVID-19 app can make a real difference to how we all tackle the pandemic, protecting our loved ones and those most at risk from coronavirus. Everyone aged 16 and over across England and Wales can download the app for free and play their part in combating the pandemic.

The way the UK does business with Europe changes from January 1, heralding a new start for the small and medium-sized companies. Let’s get businesses ready to take advantage of new opportunities...

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