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The Welsh Government is encouraging employers to do all they can to support their workforce to get vaccinated.
Health Minister Eluned Morgan has set out plans to transform the delivery of urgent and emergency care in Wales, during an exceptionally challenging time for services.
Health Minister Eluned Morgan has agreed a 3% pay rise for all NHS staff, as she today accepted the recommendations of the pay review bodies in full.
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.
Three quarters of people in Wales have now had both doses of the coronavirus vaccine, the Minister for Health and Social Services, Eluned Morgan has announced.
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.
Breast Test Wales, which usually screens 110,000 women each year is to receive £7.845m of Welsh Government funding to replace imaging equipment, the Minister for Health and Social Services Eluned Morgan has confirmed today (Friday 9th July).
A lifesaving programme to help improve survival rates after a cardiac arrest is being supported with almost £2.5m over the next three years by the Welsh Government.
The NHS in Wales has been honoured with The George Cross in recognition of the incredible effort of all those working in the NHS during the pandemic.
On the 73rd anniversary of the birth of the NHS, Health and Social Services Minister Eluned Morgan has written to all NHS Chief Executives and staff, including those working in social care, to thank them for their efforts over the course of the pandemic.
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.