Coronavirus outbreaks in Dorset are to be monitored by a new COVID Health Protection Board.
In just 10 weeks, Dorset Community Foundation has awarded half a million pounds in 188 grants to local groups and charities addressing needs caused by the coronavirus emergency.
Antibody testing for healthcare staff in Dorset has begun to see if they have had the virus that causes COVID-19.
You can survive Covid-19 even if you have serious underlying health problems.
From Saturday (13 June), single adult and single parent households can choose one other household to form a support bubble.
Following the coronavirus pandemic, the organisers of Wimborne Minster Folk Festival re-scheduled the event from 12-14 June to 7-9 August this year.
Covid-19 patients in Poole Hospital’s critical care unit are being provided with an innovative aid to their recovery.
Historic England, which has a number of sites in Dorset including Merewood Cottage at Tarrant Rushton, Kingston Maurward House and Dorset County Museum in Dorchester, has launched a second emergency fund to support the heritage sector recovery from the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic.
During the coronavirus pandemic a huge amount of work has been going on in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole areas to ensure that people don’t go hungry.
The new NHS Test and Trace system launched on Thursday 28 May across England, and Public Health Dorset is encouraging any residents with symptoms of coronavirus to use the service.