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Ministers call on neighbours and communities to act as eyes and ears for child and adult victims of abuse
Lockdown is making life more difficult for victims of abuse, both adult and child. Isolation can allow abusers to exert more power and control over their victims, whether that involves violence, neglect or emotional abuse.
Wales’ emergency departments are still open and here for those in urgent need
People across Wales are being urged to stay safe and well and to remember emergency department staff are available if they need urgent help.
Why travelling to Wales is not an option – important reminder
The stay-at-home coronavirus regulations remain firmly in place in Wales to protect people’s health – this means travelling to Wales for leisure purposes is still not possible.
Plans for an additional one million face masks a day to be produced in Cardiff
Wales is in a much stronger position to provide vital PPE equipment because of our relationships abroad and our ability to make things at home, Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport, Lee Waters has said.
New plan published to Test, Trace and Protect in Wales
CYMRAEG I DDILYN
Health Minister, Vaughan Gething, has today (Wednesday 13 May) published a new strategy to test the public and trace the spread of coronavirus in Wales.
‘Coronavirus and Me’ - Wales’ young people asked about their thoughts and concerns during pandemic
An online survey asking Wales’ children and young people for their views and opinions during the Coronavirus pandemic has launched today [Wednesday 13].
Statement by Chief Medical Officer for Wales, Dr Frank Atherton - Coronavirus: Face Coverings
There has been a lot of discussion about the role of face coverings and personal protective equipment (PPE) for the public in preventing the spread of Covid-19.
Essential resurfacing work to take place on A55 Junction 33 to A494 St David’s
Essential resurfacing work is to take place on both directions of the A55 carriageway between Junction 33 Northop and the A494 St David’s Interchange, beginning on 17 May for three weeks.
Welsh Museums Day – a celebration at home for 2020
May 12 is Welsh Museums Day - held annually by the Federation of Museums and Art Galleries of Wales with the Museums Association. This year, the celebrations of the rich diversity of museums across the country will be done on social media.
First Minister of Wales' message to the people of Wales [includes link to download]
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New funding to support Welsh dairy farmers through Covid19
Rural Affairs Minister, Lesley Griffiths, has today [Saturday 9 May] announced funding for Welsh dairy farmers hardest hit by the recent exceptional market conditions as a result of Covid19.
Wales extends coronavirus lockdown
The coronavirus lockdown in Wales will be extended for a further three weeks, with minor adjustments proposed but maximum caution maintained to ensure the virus does not spread, First Minister Mark Drakeford has confirmed.