Tales from the front line: closing borders on the Isle of Man 15 April 2020, Katie Coyne The EHP team on the Isle of Man has made quarantining and contact tracing its priority. Protesting in the time of coronavirus 15 April 2020, Katie Coyne Campaigners adhere to social distancing rules to highlight plight of construction workers. Tesco loses legal challenge over sale of out-of-date food 09 April 2020, Sarah Campbell Courts confirm that products past their use-by date are ‘unsafe’ as articles promoting eating out-of-date food circulate online. Tales from the front line: the EHPs getting people fed amid the pandemic 09 April 2020, Katie Coyne Crawley EH team handed responsibility for ensuring most vulnerable have supplies. Whistleblowers ‘need a hotline’ to report employers’ poor practices 08 April 2020, Katie Coyne Hazards Campaign raises concerns about vulnerability of employees who want to raise concerns over social distancing and hygiene. Campaigners appeal for a stop to non-essential work 08 April 2020, Katie Coyne Construction especially comes under scrutiny as sites remain busy. EHPs 'are being overlooked for contact tracing work' 07 April 2020, Katie Coyne Calls grow for the profession to be deployed in suppressing chain of transmission. Tales from the front line: ‘For rough sleepers, accommodation is only one part of the issue’ 06 April 2020, Sarah Campbell Lincoln EHP Francesca Bell talks about the challenges of the government's directive to get all street homeless into shelter. Councils put new lockdown laws into practice 06 April 2020, Sarah Campbell First prohibition orders are served mainly against pubs refusing to close. Garden fires fuel anger among neighbours 03 April 2020, Sarah Campbell EH departments report increase in bonfire complaints during COVID-19 lockdown.