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The approach to testing for COVID-19 in hospital settings in Wales has been updated as vaccination has proven to be highly effective at reducing the risk of symptomatic illness, severe disease, hospitalisation and mortality.
An ambitious plan to transform planned care in Wales and cut waiting times over the next four years will be published by Health Minister Eluned Morgan today (Tuesday 26 April).
The Welsh Government has issued a statement on the latest NHS Wales performance data published today (Thursday, 21st April).
Health Minister Eluned Morgan has confirmed Wales will extend the NHS Wales Bursary scheme to eligible healthcare students studying in the 2023-24 academic year.
The Minister for Health and Social Services, Eluned Morgan has today confirmed Wales' flu vaccination programme will once again be extended to include those aged 50 and over and secondary school children in academic years 7-11 (11-16 years old).
“I want nursing and midwifery to be the most attractive career choices for health professionals” – Sue Tranka, Chief Nursing Officer for Wales.
Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) for Wales, Sue Tranka has outlined her ambitious plans for the Nursing and Midwifery professions at today’s [8 April 2022] CNO Wales Conference.
Urgent medical and health advice is now available across Wales 24 hours a day, seven days a week following the successful rollout of the 111 helpline.
A support service helping people in Wales living with the long-term effects of COVID-19 will benefit from a further £5m of Welsh Government funding.
Health Minister warns about the ‘extraordinary pressure’ the health and social care system is currently under in Wales
Health Minister Eluned Morgan has warned the health and social care system in Wales is currently under ‘extraordinary pressure’ as a result of a range of factors.
A timetable for changes to Wales’ Test Trace Protect service is being published today (Monday) as part of wider plans to gradually move beyond the emergency response to the pandemic.
The Welsh Government has issued a statement on the latest NHS Wales performance data published today (Thursday, 24th March).
New clinics in Wales are helping to diagnose patients with concerning symptoms more quickly as part of nationwide work to cut cancer waiting times.