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A covid recovery app has been launched today (20 January) as part of wider support on offer for people experiencing the longer term effects of coronavirus.
Businesses in Wales have received in excess of £1.7bn from the Welsh Government since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
Counsel General and Minister for European Transition Jeremy Miles today updated Members of the Senedd on the steps Welsh Government is taking to protect the Senedd from the attack on its competence made by the UK Internal Market Act 2020.
The Deputy Minister and Chief Whip, Jane Hutt, today gave thanks to the brilliant, kind people from all backgrounds throughout Wales who are volunteering to help communities face lockdown together.
The path to tackling congestion in South East Wales has been confirmed as the Welsh Government has endorsed the recommendations of the South East Wales Transport Commission.
Vital work to replace joints in the Glan Conwy Viaduct at Junction 19 on the A55 has been rescheduled to the end of the month.
The Welsh Government will today announce an additional £40m for universities to support students facing financial hardship, helping the students most affected by the pandemic with expenses such as accommodation costs.
More than 50 online learning logins a second and other ways that show how Wales is ‘leading the way’ in digital services to support remote learning
More than 35,000 additional laptops will be provided to learners over the next few weeks bringing the total provided by the Welsh Government since the start of the coronavirus pandemic to over 133,000.
The First Minister has tonight confirmed travel corridors will be suspended in Wales to help prevent new mutated strains of coronavirus entering the UK.
Businesses in Wales will have to carry out a specific coronavirus risk assessment under new Welsh Government legislation.
Passengers arriving into Wales from all international destinations will be required to present a negative COVID-19 test result before departing to help protect against new strains of coronavirus circulating internationally, Health Minister, Vaughan Gething has confirmed.
The Deputy Minister and Chief Whip, Jane Hutt, today thanked the legion of community volunteers across Wales, who are working hard to help keep you and your loved ones safe and cared for in these very difficult times.