England, United Kingdom
Ambulance service chief executive Dorothy Hosein has had a period of ill, health including Covid-19.
The latest rates of infection per 100,000 people in Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk.
Two vehicles are available to attend non-coronavirus patients if required.
By Martin Barber
BBC News, East
Mike Page says his images of the spectacular patterns capture a moment in time.
The murder of 12-year-old Linda Smith, who was strangled with her school scarf, remains unsolved, 60 years on.
Footage of officers questioning a black man "because we can" was viewed millions of times on Twitter.
The health secretary says vaccination figures for the East "will catch up" with other areas of England.
An inspection took place at an NHS trust that admitted offences relating to 11 patient deaths.
An assistant chief constable says one in 20 calls to his force is about breaches of lockdown.
Eleanor Wadsworth flew hundreds of aircraft, including Spitfires and Hurricanes, to the front line in WW2.
An NHS chief executive says it 'beggars belief' people took pictures of empty corridors.
Ben Blowes speaks of his relief at finishing after totting up more than 800 miles in the challenge.
The county of Sufolk remains in tier four with the highest level of restrictions.
By Charlie Jones
Daisy is "thrilled" with her new arm and is already using it to play with toys.
Tougher new restrictions will be brought in from 00:01 GMT on 26 December.
Continuing to accept visitors would go against the government's "strong advice", the firm said.