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Post-pandemic opportunities 'must be grasped' as society edges back to normality

Post-pandemic opportunities 'must be grasped' as society edges back to normality

Post-pandemic opportunities 'must be grasped' as society edges back to normality

A YEAR like no other – that was Moray Council convener Councillor Shona Morrison's verdict on what has been an often fraught 12 months.


National vaccination programme to extend to international students

National vaccination programme to extend to international students

National vaccination programme to extend to international students

Students arriving in the north-east are to be included in the national programme.


Coronavirus update: Levels remain generally stable across Scotland

Coronavirus update: Levels remain generally stable across Scotland

Coronavirus update: Levels remain generally stable across Scotland

While there are daily fluctuations due to the way tests are being reported, the weekly figures continue to show a slow upwards creep.


Coronavirus update: Scotland sees 1000 new cases

Coronavirus update: Scotland sees 1000 new cases

Coronavirus update: Scotland sees 1000 new cases

In the past week there were 63 new cases in Aberdeenshire, 125 in Aberdeen City and 13 in Moray.


Coronavirus update: Large rise noted in Grampian cases

Coronavirus update: Large rise noted in Grampian cases

Coronavirus update: Large rise noted in Grampian cases

Number tripled in the last 24 hours with a general spread of cases being seen across the west and south-west of the Shire.


NHS Grampian issues a warning over case numbers as the Delta variant is now the dominant strain of virus

NHS Grampian issues a warning over case numbers as the Delta variant is now the dominant strain of virus

NHS Grampian issues a warning over case numbers as the Delta variant is now the dominant strain of virus

Everyone in Grampian is being urged to show caution, as cases of Covid-19 continue to increase.


'Go at your own pace' urges NHS campaign as lockdown eases

'Go at your own pace' urges NHS campaign as lockdown eases

'Go at your own pace' urges NHS campaign as lockdown eases

PEOPLE in the north-east are being encouraged to take things at their own pace as Covid restrictions ease.


Mobile Covid-19 testing unit to be deployed to Aboyne

Mobile Covid-19 testing unit to be deployed to Aboyne

Mobile Covid-19 testing unit to be deployed to Aboyne

There has been a small rise in the number of positive tests within the community, and the facility will enable residents to self-test.


Coronavirus update: Lothian now driving national daily rates

Coronavirus update: Lothian now driving national daily rates

Coronavirus update: Lothian now driving national daily rates

Figures for NHS Lothian have surpassed those for Glasgow with a further increase in Grampian coming from a generalised rise across Aberdeen City.


Pandemic sees group go from stage to screen

Pandemic sees group go from stage to screen

Pandemic sees group go from stage to screen

The cast of Mitchell School Of Drama have turned their hand to filmmaking as coronavirus continues to prevent live shows.


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