A third patient at West Suffolk Hospital who tested positive for coronavirus has died - as the hospital treats more people with the virus.
The Government is aiming to find accommodation for all of Suffolk's rough sleepers by this weekend as a way of combating the spread of coronavirus.
West Suffolk's MP Matt Hancock has tested positive for coronavirus.
Residents took part in a 'Clap for Carers' tribute to NHS workers who are fighting to save lives during the coronavirus crisis.
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The TV programme has followed the life of the 20-year-old from Bury St Edmunds who has a rare genetic condition.
The nation is being urged to take part in a round of applause tonight to thank NHS staff battling the spread of coronavirus.
The patient was in their 70s and had underlying health conditions.
The charity says it needs financial donations to ensure the vulnerable can continue to be fed during and after the coronavirus crisis.
The hospital's chief executive announced the measure yesterday.
Troops are needed for the war on coronavirus which is why the NHS is rallying volunteers to help vulnerable people stay safe and well at home.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Suffolk has risen to 28 - an increase of six in one day.
A new community scheme is being rolled out across Suffolk to ensure that help gets to those who need it during the coronavirus crisis.