More than 2,000 sets of scrubs and over 7,000 items, including bags and headbands, have been sewn by an army of volunteers for staff at The James Cook University Hospital during the coronavirus pandemic.
The family of a grandmother who was discharged from hospital after recovering from coronavirus are among more than 150 people that have volunteered to help South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust during the pandemic.
Health officials across Teesside are urging people to contact their GP if they have a symptom they are worried about as urgent GP hospital referrals for suspected cancer fall by 75% during the coronavirus pandemic.
Leading emergency services, local authorities and other key workers across the region are making a call for Teesside to play its part in responding to the need for continued commitment to government advice to adhere to social distancing.
Staff and students at a local school have designed, created and donated hundreds of visors to help protect frontline workers.
Sedgefield Community College have manufactured around 600 face protection masks out of materials students would have otherwise used for their summer term projects.
Thanks to the kind generosity of the local community, donated iPads are being used in hospitals within South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to enable patients to keep in touch with their loved ones.