From Monday 12 April, the following relaxations will go ahead across Wales:
The Welsh Government will be accelerating elements of its programme to relax COVID-19 restrictions as cases of new infections continue to fall across Wales, the First Minister today announced.
The cash offices in Pontypool Civic Centre and Blaenavon Medical Centre will re-open from Monday April 12th.
On Wednesday 14 April, bag sorting will restart at the HWRC located in New Inn.
The third Covid-19 vaccine is being rolled-out across Wales from today with patients in Carmarthenshire becoming the first in the UK to receive it.
The First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford, is today setting out a series of measures that will take Wales fully into Alert Level 3 by 17th May, subject to public health conditions remaining favourable.
Wales’ tourism sector has today started re-opening as the stay-local rule is lifted following an announcement by First Minister Mark Drakeford.
Vitalize UK, the constituted group behind Vitalize Radio – Torfaens Community Radio Station, has received more than £9k from a recent funding application.
Here’s the latest update for anyone that’s considered Clinically Extremely Vulnerable in Wales.
We’re expecting to hear from First Minister Mark Drakeford at 12:15pm today to find out more about the latest coronavirus regulations review. Here’s what we know so far: Welsh Government have updated the status to “Stay Local” where as it has previously been “Stay Home”. From Saturday 13th March, four people from two households will […]