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Fitter people are dying from Covid-19 at the same rate as people with underlying health conditions once they are over the age of 70, a Camden study has found.

Coronavirus infections in Camden and Haringey are currently lower than in the lead-up to the March lockdown.

Coronavirus tests are being rationed in Camden because it is thought to be less at risk than other local authorities, according to the borough’s director of public health.

Two north London councils have told government that if it wants them to deploy “covid marshals” on their streets, it needs to stump up the cash.

Restaurants inspected by Camden Council this year have been found with mouse droppings, riddled with flies and failing to provide suitable hand washing facilities for staff.

Campaigners have criticised three London councils for their “shocking” failure to tackle housing shortages.

Haringey Council says it “will not hesitate” to take possession of properties left empty in the borough.

Haringey Council claimed it relocated a Muswell Hill bus stop to enable social distancing - but the move ended up causing more problems than it fixed.

Top doctor James Youngman’s dream of building an eco-home has sparked investigations into planning and social distancing breaches after his new neighbours complained.

Inspector Richard Berns says crime is down thanks to coronavirus measures

Heathside owner went bust after bad Ofsted reports caused pupil and staff exodus

A new meals on wheels service in Camden and Haringey has experienced a 70 per cent increase in demand in the first month of coronavirus lockdown.

Elderly Camden residents are helping scientists in the race to develop a vaccine for deadly virus covid-19.

A shop charging £10.99 for a tray of eggs was among more than 50 businesses reported to trading standards for “profiteering” during the coronavirus lockdown.

Camden residents are at increased risk of severe or fatal coronavirus symptoms, after decades of exposure to high concentrations of air pollution.

Haringey Council is talking to police over whether parks should be closed for the Easter weekend, following reports last week of Londoners flouting coronavirus social distancing rules.

Haringey Council is curbing its parking enforcement so staff can be redeployed to help care for the vulnerable during the coronavirus outbreak.

Pollution has plummeted across Camden since the coronavirus pandemic led Government to impose ‘lockdown’.

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