The second COVID-19 vaccine is being rolled-out across Wales from today [Monday 4 January] with at least 40,000 doses available within the first 2 weeks.
Plans are in place to minimise any possible disruption at the port of Holyhead following the end of the EU Transition period overnight.
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More than 50 online learning logins a second and other ways that show how Wales is ‘leading the way’ in digital services to support remote learning
More than 35,000 additional laptops will be provided to learners over the next few weeks bringing the total provided by the Welsh Government since the start of the coronavirus pandemic to over 133,000.
The First Minister has tonight confirmed travel corridors will be suspended in Wales to help prevent new mutated strains of coronavirus entering the UK.
Businesses in Wales will have to carry out a specific coronavirus risk assessment under new Welsh Government legislation.