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First Minister Mark Drakeford is urging people in Wales to get vaccinated and keep taking familiar steps to help address rising coronavirus cases.
With schools, colleges and universities due to re-open following the summer holidays, parents, guardians and learners in Wales are being asked to take some steps to help keep Covid risk down and learners learning.
Children and young people will be removed from the list of people who would be asked to shield and will no longer be considered clinically extremely vulnerable in relation to Covid-19, the Minister for Health and Social Services, Eluned Morgan, has announced.
Welsh Government statement on the latest NHS Wales Performance and Activity Data published today (Thursday 19 August)
Health Minister, Eluned Morgan, has welcomed more than half a billion pounds of new funding for health and social services in Wales to deal with Covid.
Health Minister Eluned Morgan encourages everyone to take up their offer of a Covid vaccine, with confirmation that all 16 and 17 year olds in Wales will have received their offer of a Covid vaccine by the end of this week.
Deputy Minister for Mental Health and Wellbeing, Lynne Neagle, has today seen first-hand how funding to improve support for people presenting in mental health crisis is making a difference.
First Minister Mark Drakeford will urge everyone to continue to help prevent the spread of coronavirus as he confirms Wales will move to the new alert level zero on Saturday [August 7].
‘Getting your flu jab and Covid booster is so important this autumn,’ urges Health Minister Eluned Morgan as flu vaccination programme expanded
Wales is set to see its largest ever flu vaccination programme this autumn, with the jab being offered to all those aged over 50 and all secondary school children.
All adults who have been fully-vaccinated will no longer have to self-isolate if they are identified as close contacts of someone with coronavirus from 7 August, the First Minister confirmed today.
The Welsh Government is encouraging employers to do all they can to support their workforce to get vaccinated.
Deputy Minister for Social Services Julie Morgan has announced an additional £250,000 to support children’s speech, language and communication needs.