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Lesley Griffiths brings key industry representatives together to discuss challenges of Covid-19 to our farming, fisheries and food sectors

The Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths will today bring together industry representatives from Wales’ farming, fishing, forestry, environment and food and drink sectors to discuss the challenges they face as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Extra £40m to support adult social care in Wales

Minister for Health and Social Services, Vaughan Gething, has today (14 April) announced an extra £40m to support adult social care services during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Wales playing leading role in ‘antibody transfusion’ treatment for coronavirus patients

Wales is playing a leading role in the UK programme for treating coronavirus patients using a blood donation extract taken from people who have recovered from COVID19 - ‘convalescent plasma’.

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Rapid expansion of Video Consultation Service into Secondary and Community Care

Following the roll-out of digital appointments for GP surgery’s across Wales, a further £2.8m has been invested to extend the scheme to all of secondary and community care.

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New app launched to track and trace coronavirus

 First Minister & NHS Wales call on public to download app and log symptoms

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Health Minister Vaughan Gething responds to UK PPE Plan

Response from the Minister for Health and Social Services, Vaughan Gething, to the UK PPE plan announced by Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock, earlier today.

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Find out if your business is eligible for support from the new Economic Resilience Fund

Further details about support from the Welsh Government’s new £500m Economic Resilience Fund has been published today.

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Stay Home, Stay Safe – Minister for North Wales

As we approach the Easter weekend the message from Minister for North Wales Ken Skates is clear – stay home and stay safe.

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Hotels, B&Bs & holiday homes must stay closed

Guidelines for operators of holiday accommodation businesses in Wales relating to the regulations on Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (Wales) Regulations 2020 have been published by the Welsh Government.

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First Minister and Wales’ emergency services call on people of Wales to stay home to save lives this Easter

An unprecedented letter from First Minister Mark Drakeford and signed by Wales’ emergency and health services and council leaders, calls on the Welsh population to stay at home and save lives over the Easter bank holiday weekend.

Health Minister Vaughan Gething and Chief Medical Officer Frank Atherton join the NHS, the police, fire and ambulance services, charities, councils and voluntary organisations as signatories to the letter to help slow the spread of coronavirus.

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Welsh plastics company which works with global brands now making ventilators and Covid19 testing kits

A Welsh company which puts colour in plastics for some of the world’s biggest brands has switched its focus to helping manufacture ventilator and respirator parts for the NHS and coronavirus testing kits.