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A Brent MP has thrown her support behind a campaign to extend the ban on evictions.

A coalition of faith leaders came together to donate 1,000 face masks to London’s food banks, including in Brent.

A Wembley-based charity has delivered 1,500 food parcels to those most in need during the coronavirus pandemic.

A Kenton hospice has been gifted a £1,000 grant by a local charity to buy essential personal protection equipment (PPE).

More than 7,600 items of food and toiletries have been delivered to foodbanks in Brent by British Red Cross teams.

Brent has the highest number of coronavirus-led deaths in the capital.

A Willesden Green composer has gathered 73 international musicians to release an isolation video, with all proceeds going to NHS staff.

A North London charity has already racked up £12,000 in a matched crowdfunding campaign to support older people particularly impacted by the coronavirus lockdown.

A mum and daughter catering team are launching a new home delivery service while also helping out over worked NHS staff during the covid crisis.

Local artists are encouraged to apply for funds to keep the legacy of Brent 2020 London Borough of Culture programme alive.

A total 327 people have so far died of coronavirus at Northwick Park’s hospital trust.

Queen’s Park’s largest residents’ association has launched a support network to help with all related efforts in the community during the Covid-19 lockdown.

Huge thanks to NHS staff for their tireless efforts during the coronavirus pandemic is being beamed around Wembley Park.

The charity backing Northwick Park Hospital has launched an appeal to direct care packs and support to staff who need it.

Key events in Brent 2020’s calender have been delayed until later this year or next year due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Sudbury councillors have stopped location surgeries following government coronavirus guidance but will continue to help people by phone and video.

Police are issuing a warning that no NHS workers are knocking on doors in Brent to test for coronavirus.

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.

Health officials have now confirmed 20 people in Brent have tested positive for coronavirus.

Northwick Park Hospital is on “standby for a major incident” to contain the spread of coronavirus, according to communications by the London North West University NHS Trust.

Multiple coronavirus cases have been confirmed at Northwick Park Hospital.

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