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Peterborough City Council coronavirus update - Wednesday, March 25

Peterborough City Council coronavirus update - Wednesday, March 25

Peterborough City Council has added details of disruption caused to services due to coronavirus. Their daily update can be read below. 
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority meetings to be held online from Wednesday

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority meetings to be held online from Wednesday

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority is hoping to resume formal meetings using video-linked technology. 
Coronavirus: six-month exemption from MOT testing

Coronavirus: six-month exemption from MOT testing

Vehicle owners have been granted a six-month exemption from MOT testing, enabling them to continue to travel to work where this absolutely cannot be done from home or shop for necessities.
Coronavirus: guidance issued for children under arrangement orders

Coronavirus: guidance issued for children under arrangement orders

Guidance has been issued for parents of children under Child Arrangement Orders, in dealing with the coronavirus crisis.
Man who thought 'he was going to die' warns of coronavirus severity

Man who thought 'he was going to die' warns of coronavirus severity

A 28-year-old man who was treated at Peterborough City Hospital was battling for his life after being tested for coronavirus. He is urging people to follow government advice and stay at home. 
Peterborough Letters: March 25

Peterborough Letters: March 25

Stuart Tilney sent Peterborough Matters a letter yesterday about the way he thinks Peterborough has responded to the social distancing advice over the past few days.
Homeschool assignment for the day: March 25

Homeschool assignment for the day: March 25

Gladstone Primary Academy have shared some of their home-school assignments with us so that we can share them with you. Today's lesson is science.
Paul's podcast is antidote to bad news

Paul's podcast is antidote to bad news

In the current coronavirus climate we all need a laugh or two - and one of our resident columnists has set up a podcast to provide it.
Six confirmed cases of coronavirus in Peterborough

Six confirmed cases of coronavirus in Peterborough

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Peterborough has doubled in 24 hours, from three up to six.
Chief Police Constable for Cambridgeshire urges people to follow government advice

Chief Police Constable for Cambridgeshire urges people to follow government advice

The Chief Constable for Cambridgeshire Police, Nick Dean has given a message to all residents, saying everyone plays a part in fighting the pandemic.