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“Arts and Culture in Wales must survive this pandemic” says Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism
With 50 days to go until the end of the transition period, Jeremy Miles today reminded the public that there will be very significant change next year, whether or not there is a deal, and said that the Welsh Government is continuing to do all it can to try to limit the damage which this change will do to Welsh livelihoods.
Commenting on today’s Labour Market Statistics, Welsh Government Minister for Economy, Transport and North Wales, Ken Skates said:
As the firebreak ends in Wales, First Minister Mark Drakeford today asked everyone to think about how they can protect their families from the virus.
Social housing sector to set Wales on the path to decarbonise thousands of homes and boost green economic recovery.
The Welsh Government has given the green light and a further £10m to a major new programme that will transform social housing across Wales, boost the economy and open the door to a new Welsh industry.
The NHS COVID-19 app for contact tracing will now be compatible with similar apps in Scotland, Northern Ireland, Jersey and Gibraltar from today [Thursday 5].
A Wales based partnership is importing coffee which is helping Ugandan farmers cope with the impact of climate change thanks to funding from the Welsh Government’s Wales and Africa Programme.
Anglesey manufacturing firm Joloda Hydraroll is investing in its premises in Gaerwen, creating new jobs and safeguarding others thanks to support from the Welsh Government.
The Welsh Government is making funding available to support businesses with innovative products and services that will help communities and the public sector adapt to the ongoing impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Additional funding of nearly £3million will support some of the most vulnerable mental health service users in Wales during the Covid-19 pandemic.
People and not rules are at the heart of Wales’ response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, First Minister Mark Drakeford has said today as he sets out the new post-firebreak measures in Wales.
A pilot programme monitoring coronavirus in Wales’ sewage systems is finding that virus spikes in the community can be detected in local waste water.