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All eligible adults will be offered a Covid vaccine by the autumn, under ambitious plans published by the Welsh Government today [Monday January 11].
Health Minister Vaughan Gething will today (Monday) publish the Welsh Government’s Covid Vaccination Plan, setting out a series of milestones for when people will be offered a vaccine.
Oxford Farming Conference: Opening speech by Minister Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs Lesley Griffiths
2020 was a year I am sure we are all glad to put behind us. So much has changed or has had to be cancelled since March, so I am really pleased to see this fantastic conference has managed to continue.
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.
Health boards to receive additional funding to complete £17m programme of solar PV and energy efficiency schemes
Three health boards will receive more than £10m in Welsh Government funding this year and next, to install new solar energy measures and help them improve energy efficiency across their estates, resulting in carbon and financial savings.
The Welsh Government’s unique Economic Resilience Fund (ERF) has helped protect 257 jobs at a Pontypool car parts manufacturer.
A Budget to protect health and jobs, build a greener future and create change for a more equal Wales
Finance Minister Rebecca Evans has unveiled a draft Welsh Budget with plans to invest an extra £420m for health and social services, alongside funding to protect the economy, build a greener future and create change for a more equal Wales.
‘If you’re struggling with your mental health over the Christmas period, please reach out for help’ – says Mental Health Minister after meeting with Samaritans
Those who are struggling with their mental health over the Christmas period need to know support is just a phone call away, Mental Health and Wellbeing Minister Eluned Morgan has said after meeting with Samaritans Wales.
New Welsh Government report commends local authority and volunteer partnership for rapid response to Covid-19
Local authorities and the third sector responded rapidly to support Wales’ most vulnerable and isolated people during the pandemic, a new report has found.
Commenting on today’s Labour Market Statistics, Welsh Government Minister for Economy, Transport and North Wales, Ken Skates said:
The First Minister of Wales and Welsh Government cabinet have called on the people of Wales to back the fourth Great Winter Get Together campaign as it kicks off this week.