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Wales will move fully into alert level zero tomorrow as coronavirus cases begin to stabilise, First Minister Mark Drakeford has announced.
More than £4.5m is being invested into a programme investigating hospital-acquired Covid-19 infections in Wales
Support from the Welsh Government’s Business Wales service boosted the Welsh economy by an estimated £790m a year by mid 2021, according to new research unveiled by Economy Minister Vaughan Gething today.
Wales will complete the move to alert level zero on 28 January, First Minister Mark Drakeford confirmed today, unless the public health situation changes for the worse.
A plan to return Wales to alert level zero measures will today be set out by First Minister Mark Drakeford.
Minister for Climate Change Julie James is urging anyone who has fallen behind in paying rent because of the pandemic to contact their local authority to find out if they can receive financial help to avoid eviction.
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.
The First Minister has announced the appointment of Rocio Cifuentes as the new Children’s Commissioner for Wales.
New funding to support children and young people with Additional Learning Needs has been announced by Jeremy Miles, the Minister for Education and Welsh Language.
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.
Enhancing standards in a way which safeguards trade and builds a more sustainable farming sector are key to the Welsh Government’s new Animal Health and Welfare Implementation Plan.
Businesses in Wales impacted by the rapid spread of the Omicron virus can now find out how much they can expect to receive in emergency financial support from the Welsh Government.