Public health bosses in Kent say they’re monitoring the number of coronavirus cases on a daily basis to see if lockdown 2 is working.
There have been real concerns over a significant rise in infection rates in Swale and Thanet.
Hear from Andrew Scott-Clark on what he thinks could happen if lockdown ends as planned on December 2nd, and what the council thinks about the idea of mass testing.
Also in today’s podcast, police have been called following a disturbance at a former army barracks being used to house asylum seekers in Folkestone.
And a mum who gave birth to twin boys at just 23 weeks pregnant has been telling her story to mark world prematurity day.