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People living in Wales who have received the Covid vaccine will be able to access their vaccination status via the internet from today [25 June] to generate an NHS COVID Pass for urgent outbound international travel.
Health Minister Eluned Morgan will remind everyone in Wales of their part to play in keeping Wales safe this summer during a press conference this afternoon [21 June].
‘We must invest more in support services for those recovering from the effects of Covid-19’ - vows Health Minister Eluned Morgan as new Adferiad (Recover) support programme is launched
‘Investing in services and a dedicated support programme for those recovering from the long term effects of COVID-19 is crucial as we begin the recovery from the pandemic’, Health Minister Eluned Morgan has vowed after meeting with clinicians and patients.
Health Minister Eluned Morgan has thanked Wales’ fantastic vaccination teams as she confirmed all eligible adults in Wales will have been offered a vaccine by Monday (June 14) – six weeks ahead of schedule.
As Wales kicks off their Euro 2020 campaign today, Health Minister Eluned Morgan has urged people to holiday at home this summer.
Hubs offering holistic support to people who need to self-isolate and to those hit hardest by the pandemic are being rolled out in a pilot scheme across five areas in North Wales.
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.
Travellers returning to Wales from Portugal will need to self-isolate on their return after the Welsh Government confirmed the popular holiday destination will be moving to the amber list from 04:00hrs on Tuesday 8 June.
More than £25m is being invested in new imaging equipment to ensure the NHS in Wales has access to the latest technology to help speed up the diagnosis and treatment of cancer and other diseases.
Wales’ successful Test, Trace, Protect service, which has helped to reduce the spread of coronavirus, will be extended to next year, with a further injection of Welsh Government funding.