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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.
Partneriaeth Ogwen, a social enterprise in Bethesda, Gwynedd, will benefit from more than £200,000 from the Welsh Government’s Community Facilities programme to help transform a former school into a centre for the community.
The Slate Landscape of Northwest Wales has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List – making it the fourth World Heritage Site in Wales.
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.
Ministers have confirmed face coverings will continue to play an important role in helping keep us all safe from coronavirus in Wales.
The First Minister will today set out a refreshed 20-point plan to make the United Kingdom stronger and work better for everyone.
First Minister Mark Drakeford will announce a four-week pause to the coronavirus rules on Friday (June 18) to help boost protection against the new delta variant.
The First Minister will today (Tuesday 15 June) set out ambitious plans for a stronger, greener and fairer Wales as he launches the Programme for Government.
The First Minister will today (Tuesday 15 June) launch his Programme for Government – an ambitious plan to build a stronger, greener, fairer Wales for everyone.
The First Minister has given blood on World Blood Donor Day (14 June) to mark the change in eligibility rules allowing more people to donate.
All over-18s will be offered a Covid vaccine by the start of next week, as First Minister Mark Drakeford praised the people behind Wales’ world-leading vaccination programme.
Up to 30 people will be able to meet outdoors and large outdoor activities will be able to take place from Monday, as Wales moves into alert level one, First Minister Mark Drakeford announced today (Friday June 4).