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A Northwick Park nurse is “feeling ok” as he returns to work after spending weeks in intensive care with coronavirus.

Brent’s public health chief has urged people to download the NHS Test and Trace app in case they catch coronavirus.

A new Covid-19 test centre has opened in Wembley.

A Somali community in Stonebridge have been inspired to make their own Covid masks following help and advice from an NHS nurse.

Covid-19 is on the rise again in Brent according to the borough’s director of public health.

Diners in north London and across the UK are enjoying a half-price discount on restaurant meals.

Just over a quarter of patients discharged from north west London-based hospitals to care homes were tested for coronavirus during the peak of the pandemic, it has been revealed.

A Wembley couple who fed more than 200,000 vulnerable people during Covid have won recognition from the Prime Minister.

Experts at Oxford University have created an online tool to pinpoint the local areas most at risk from a second wave of coronavirus, including in north London.

A star-studded line-up of drive-through events in Brent Cross has been cancelled.

Willesden Post Office staff have been recognised for their hard work and dedication during the Covid lockdown.

Volunteers are needed to test Covid-19 vaccines in a bid to stop deaths from the pandemic.

A volunteer-led organisation has raised more than £25,000 to dish up meals for NHS workers at Homerton, Northwick Park and the Royal London hospitals during the coronavirus pandemic.

Two Northwick Park Hospital therapists have told of their experiences after they were redeployed from treating children to working in the mortuary department during the Covid-19 pandemic peak.

The “ambition” was for all primary school children to return before the summer holidays, the Department of Education said: this ambition is no longer feasible.

Non-essential shops in Brent and around the UK are dusting off their shelves to reopen for business next week.

The ban on evictions has been extended by the government for another two months amid the Covid-19 crisis.

Barry Gardiner MP has defended attending a Black Lives Matter protest in Hyde Park saying a test revealed he was not a Covid-19 carrier.

Cancer Research’s Race for Life has been completely cancelled in London this year amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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.

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