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In a press conference this morning the Minister for Health and Social Services announced a number of new measures.
The Welsh Government has today confirmed support for families of children who receive free school meals.
This afternoon I attended a COBR meeting, where further significant measures to combat the coronavirus outbreak were agreed across the four nations of the United Kingdom.
The Welsh Government is making £10m available to councils in Wales to help them to take immediate and direct action to protect the homeless and rough sleepers in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, Housing Minister Julie James has confirmed.
Today [Friday 20th] the Children (Abolition of Defence of Reasonable Punishment) (Wales) Bill received Royal Assent and became the Children (Abolition of Defence of Reasonable Punishment) (Wales) Act 2020.
Finance Minister Rebecca Evans and the Minister for Economy, Ken Skates have announced a new £1.4bn business support package to help businesses across Wales.
Minister for Health and Social Services, Vaughan Gething, responds to the latest NHS Wales activity and performance data published today (Thursday 19 March)
The Chief Pharmaceutical Officer for Wales today (Thursday 19th March) set out five simple steps everyone can take to get the right support from their community pharmacy during the coronavirus outbreak.
Childcare Offer for Wales payments will continue even if children do not attend due to coronavirus isolation
The Welsh Government is today [18 March] announcing funding for the Childcare Offer for Wales will continue to be paid to local authorities and childcare settings who currently receive payments for children in their care, even where services are disrupted.