The Coronavirus Control Plan for Wales today (Tuesday 18th) sets out how all partners – including local government, health boards, businesses and the people of Wales – must work together to manage the risks of coronavirus.
Health Minister Vaughan Gething has announced nearly £32m to speed up result turnaround times.
People considered as ‘extremely vulnerable’ were advised by the Chief Medical Officer for Wales to take extra precautions during the peak of the pandemic in Wales i.e. ‘shielding’.
Welsh Ministers have today announced a funding boost of more than £260 million for local councils in Wales to provide them with the certainty they need to plan for the remainder of the year.
First Minister Mark Drakeford announced that swimming pools, indoor fitness studios, gyms and leisure centres will be able to re-open from Monday (10th August).
From today (Monday 3rd August), you can now meet with up to 30 people outdoors.
Welsh Government have announced that thanks to all of your efforts, rates of coronavirus in Wales remain low. This means restrictions can be relaxed further and more businesses can be allowed to reopen. First Minister starts by saying that the sixth review has been completed of Coronavirus restrictions in Wales. First Minister confirms that the […]
The following is a joint statement from the 4 UK Chief Medical Officers on changes to the self isolation period.
Temporary classes will commence on Monday 20th July at Cwmbran Stadium.
Torfaen MS Lynne Neagle has called on the Welsh Government to send out a clear message to employers in Wales not to put women under pressure to return to work ahead of appropriate childcare support. The MS, used a question to the Deputy Minister Jane Hutt MS, to call on the Government to send a very […]