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THE official non-clinical Covid helpline is permanently shutting down this week.
The custom-made capsule contains poems from Turriff and Banff as well as a knitted worry doll made in Inverurie.
A new dedicated website has been launched and explains how the Inquiry team will carry out their investigations.
The individual is receiving care and treatment appropriate to their condition and contact tracing is underway.
Targeted support is to be based on views of patients and clinicians.
In some clinical areas of hospitals there will be opportunity for patients to have an increase in the number of visitors they have on any given day.
From Sunday, May 1 public health advice will change to a ‘stay at home’ message replacing self-isolation.
The shielding list will be formally closed on May 31 with support remaining in place for those who are immunosuppressed.
Reported levels continue to drop as the last of the free tests are used up by residents.
It remains possible for people who are visiting relatives or friends in hospitals or care homes to order free lateral flow device tests.
The overall number of cases in the north-east continues to fall but is slowing down again.