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Residents in Grampian are being encouraged to continue rolling up their sleeves to receive the covid-19 vaccination.
MORE than 12 per cent have received both jabs.
COVID vaccine nurse among first to get hair done at Moray salon.
LOCKDOWN eases as hair salons, barbers, hardware stores and garden centres reopen.
CRISES can bring out the best in people and this has certainly been the case at Milne's High School as the year of Covid has unfolded.
A NUMBER of people are currently self-isolating.
Frontline workers have asked members of the public to “be responsible” and stop potentially avoidable admissions to hospital.
DEMAND for help from Buckie food bank has almost quadrupled over the course of the last year.
WITH Easter just around the corner and the kids on holiday, keeping them entertained can be a challenge.
The number of people in Grampian who have received their first dose of Covid-19 vaccine has passed 250,000.
A TOTAL of 39 deaths and 1406 cases of the virus have now been confirmed since the outbreak began.