A Somerset sports bar has temporarily closed after it reported a confirmed case of coronavirus.
Country Court care and nursing homes have been declared Covid-19-free after tests on staff and residents.
No more cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Somerset, the latest official figures show.
Deaths in North Somerset were more than 50 per cent higher in April than usual levels as the coronavirus pandemic took hold, official figures show.
The South West is the only region in the UK with a predicted increase in coronavirus cases.
Twenty two more cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Somerset, according to Public Health England (PHE) figures.
Eight more coronavirus cases have been diagnosed in North Somerset, bringing the total up to more than 300 in the area.
A Weston nursery will stay open for children of key workers and those who are vulnerable during the Covid-19 pandemic, despite losing out on government funding.
An engineering company which provides a vital service to NHS hospitals has received funding from NatWest to assist its work during the coronavirus pandemic.
The family of a former teacher who has died of coronavirus says he will be ‘greatly missed’.
Two people have died of coronavirus at a retirement home in Worle, sparking concerns for fellow residents.
A national voucher scheme has been launched to provide free school meals.
A concerned community has opted to take over its village shop to save it from permanent closure, while wanting to help people in self-isolation during the coronavirus pandemic.
Vital supplies of personal protective equipment (PPE) have reached North Somerset and are being dished out to carers in frontline roles.
A community shop is delivering store essentials to people who are self-isolating in two villages.
North Somerset Council has told people to stay at home, as an ‘increasing number’ of care workers are finding visitors at homes across the district.
One of the most striking natural landmarks in Somerset has closed amid coronavirus uncertainty.
The fire service is urging communities to reduce demands on public services during the Covid-19 pandemic.
South Western Railway (SWR) has announced it will run a revised timetable to adhere to Government advice since the outbreak of coronavirus.
Official figures show that a third case of the coronavirus has been confirmed in North Somerset.
The organisers of the Howard’s Group Weston Super Half marathon have confirmed the event, which was scheduled to take place on March 29, has been postponed due to coronavirus.