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Visits from friends and family to care home residents are more important now than ever, the Deputy Minister for Social Services Julie Morgan announced whilst speaking to care home residents at Cardiff care home Ty Enfys.
A statement from the Health Minister following the JCVI announcement on vaccinating Children & Young People
Today, I want to provide an update on the Joint Committee for Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) latest advice for the COVID-19 Vaccination programme and on self-isolation.
The Deputy Minister for Mental Health and Wellbeing, Lynne Neagle has today (16th July) published a new Code of Practice for Delivery of Autism Services, which will come into effect on 1st September this year.
As the summer holidays begin, Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething will today visit Dŵr Cymru’s Llys y Frân Lake in Pembrokeshire to officially open its newly redeveloped visitor attraction and recreational facilities.
Wales will take its next step towards a future with fewer covid legal restrictions as First Minister Mark Drakeford today set out a longer-term plan for the summer.
Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething visited Boulders Climbing Centre in Cardiff to see how the centre has used Welsh Government Economic Resilience Funding to find new ways of operating - and keeping visitors safe.
The Welsh Government scheme which supports people on low-pay with a £500 payment if they have to self-isolate is being extended until March 2022.
Education Minister Jeremy Miles has today written to all headteachers and principals in Wales to provide more clarity on how schools and colleges can continue to operate safely when they return in September.
Vaccination centres across many parts of Wales will be open for walk-in appointments from this weekend as the Health Minister makes a call to all adults to get their jab. So far, 75% of people aged under-50 in Wales have had their first dose.
Health Minister Eluned Morgan has today (Thursday 1 July) set out a path for a gradual increase in routine dental services in Wales.
The Welsh Government is reminding retail, leisure and hospitality businesses in Wales they won’t have to pay any rates until April 2022 as full discounts in England come to an end tomorrow (1st July).
Economy Minister confirms further Welsh Government support for businesses impacted by Covid restrictions
Businesses in Wales that continue to be affected by Covid restrictions will receive up to £25,000 of additional support from the Welsh Government, Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething, announced today.