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
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
Help us to help you this winter urges Health Minister Eluned Morgan as more funding to relieve pressures and help the NHS and social care this winter is announced. To help the NHS recover from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, alleviate waiting times and reduce winter pressures, a further £12.5 million has been announced to support… Continue reading “Help us to help you this winter” – Minister for Health and Social Services Eluned Morgan
£7m a year has been allocated to support Wales’ voluntary sector over the current Welsh Government’s term, a commitment of over £21m across the next three years. The announcement follows the publication of the draft Budget by Finance Minister Rebecca Evans last week [Monday 20 December]. This is in addition to around £7m provided every year… Continue reading £21m for future of Wales’ voluntary sector
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.
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
The Welsh Government’s updated Programme for Government has been published. This amends the Programme for Government published in June to reflect the Co-operation Agreement with Plaid Cymru. We are committed to creating a stronger, fairer, greener and more compassionate Wales. The principles of inclusion, joint working and social justice will always be at the heart… Continue reading Programme for Government – Update