Changes to Public Health Wales Covid-19 surveillance

Public Health Wales is changing the way we report Covid-19 data as we move out of the pandemic.  From Thursday 26 May daily reporting will end, and a new look weekly dashboard will be published every Thursday at 12pm.  Dr Meng Khaw, National Director for Health Protection and Screening Services at Public Health Wales said: … Continue reading Changes to Public Health Wales Covid-19 surveillance

Spring rollout of boosters begins in Wales this week

Spring COVID-19 booster vaccinations are being rolled out in Wales from this week. The latest phase of the vaccination programme will see the over-75s, older care home residents and individuals aged 12 years and over who are immunosuppressed being invited for their boosters. Children aged five to 11 years will also begin being offered their… Continue reading Spring rollout of boosters begins in Wales this week

Coronavirus protections relaxed as cases fall

Wales will gradually begin to relax some of its remaining coronavirus protections as cases continue to fall, First Minister Mark Drakeford today announced. From 18 February the legal requirement to show a Covid Pass to enter certain venues and events will be lifted and from 28 February face coverings will no longer need to be… Continue reading Coronavirus protections relaxed as cases fall

Phased easing of Covid restrictions to continue – First Minister

Wales will complete the move to alert level zero on 28 January, First Minister Mark Drakeford has confirmed, unless the public health situation changes for the worse. He said the phased plan to gradually relax the alert level two measures and move back to alert level zero will continue. The latest public health data suggests… Continue reading Phased easing of Covid restrictions to continue – First Minister

Plan to ease alert level two protections announced

A plan to return Wales to alert level zero measures has today been set out by First Minister Mark Drakeford. The move comes as the latest public health data suggests cases of coronavirus have started to fall back from their very high levels. More than two-thirds of people aged 12 and over have received a… Continue reading Plan to ease alert level two protections announced

Welsh Government COVID Pass Guide

The Welsh Government have produced an easy-to-read guide on how to acquire, and use your COVID passes, for those who have had trouble doing so. The guide also entails how to easily get a COVID test through the NHS. The guide can be accessed here.  

People asked to keep Wales safe as alert level 2 measures stay in place

First Minister Mark Drakeford has asked people to keep taking steps to protect each other and keep Wales safe from the wave of omicron cases. He has confirmed alert level 2 measures will stay in place in Wales following the outcome of the latest regulations review. Cases of coronavirus have risen sharply to their highest… Continue reading People asked to keep Wales safe as alert level 2 measures stay in place

Strengthened measures to keep Wales safe as omicron strikes

New measures will be introduced from 6am on Boxing Day to help keep Wales safe. The measures are a revised version of alert level two to respond to the new omicron variant and are designed to help keep businesses open and trading and protect customers and staff. The regulations bring back protections in hospitality businesses,… Continue reading Strengthened measures to keep Wales safe as omicron strikes

Covid-19 Booster Vaccination ‘Don’t Contact Us, We’ll Contact You’

Aneurin Bevan University Health Board has made a plea to local residents, asking them to wait to receive their booster vaccination and NOT to contact the Health Board for details of their appointment. Since the latest Welsh Government announcement on Monday evening, which declared that every eligible person will receive an offer of an appointment… Continue reading Covid-19 Booster Vaccination ‘Don’t Contact Us, We’ll Contact You’

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