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People and not rules are at the heart of Wales’ response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, First Minister Mark Drakeford has said today as he sets out the new post-firebreak measures in Wales.
People told to self-isolate for up to 14 days will be eligible for financial support from the Welsh Government as two new schemes are unveiled today [Friday October 30].
The Welsh Government has provided nearly half a million pounds to support electronic powerhouse Sony, in Bridgend, through the pandemic as well as a £3m grant to help the company secure local jobs and invest in its longer term future in South Wales, Economy Minister Ken Skates has announced.
The £100m business grants element of the Welsh Government’s Economic Resilience Fund (ERF) has been fully subscribed with more than 5,500 businesses applying for support. Businesses can still however benefit from the £200m available from the third phase of the fund.
New outreach workers will be employed by the NHS to support people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities – recognising the disproportionate impact coronavirus is having, Health Minister Vaughan Gething announced today. (Thursday 29th October)
A £12.5m package of funding to support vulnerable children and families has today [Thursday October 28] been announced by Julie Morgan, Deputy Minister for Health and Social Services.
Businesses can now apply for funding from the third phase of the Welsh Government’s Economic Resilience Fund (ERF).
A new Science and innovation strategy for forestry in Great Britain to support the sector’s long term future has today [Wednesday 28 October] been published by the Welsh Government.
Minister for Housing and Local Government, Julie James, has today announced Sarah (Saz) Willey has been re-appointed as Member to the Independent Remuneration Panel for Wales.
With Wales almost a week into the national fire-break lockdown, Welsh Government Deputy Minister and Chief Whip, Jane Hutt, today gave thanks to the volunteers and community groups who have given hope and help to their local areas, both recently and during the previous national lockdown.
A manufacturer of automotive parts in St Asaph has been supported by the Welsh Government’s Economic Resilience Fund, allowing it to retain its workforce and continue operating.