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With more of us working and socialising online during the Coronavirus crisis we are experiencing an unprecedented increase in the number of email scams and cyber-crime throughout the country.
Ramadan underpins Islam’s core values of prayer and philanthropy, of feeding the poor and needy and offering support to others.
CR Clarke & Co has now received approval for it’s Rapidly Manufactured CPAP (RMCPAP) unit and will be working with businesses in Wales including Panasonic on an initial run of 80 devices for further testing.
Two of Wales’ flagship cultural events have been provided financial support by the Welsh Government to help with the impact of COVID-19.
Wales has become the first country in the UK to guarantee ongoing funding for children to continue to receive free school meals during the coronavirus pandemic
Wales has become the first country in the UK to guarantee ongoing funding for children to continue to receive free school meals throughout the summer holidays in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
From acting as a first port of call for people with symptoms, to helping with mortgage payments, bills and broadband, contact centre workers are providing reassurance and help every day to people across the country.
The Welsh Government is providing ongoing support to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) in its efforts to repatriate British nationals, including those from Wales, who are currently stranded overseas as a result of the global Covid-19 lockdown.
Welsh Government releases additional £100M business support as Economic Resilience Fund sees unprecedented rate of applications
The latest phase of the Welsh Government’s Economic Resilience Fund has benefited from the release of a further £100million from ministers within 72 hours of launch, due to a massive demand.
New e-learning resources aimed at helping workers furloughed as a result of coronavirus to learn new skills are now live, Minister for Economy, Transport and North Wales, Ken Skates has announced.
Education Minister Kirsty Williams has today (Monday, April 20) published a policy statement called Stay Safe. Stay Learning. which aims to support learners, leaders, governors, practitioners, parents and carers in dealing with the impact of coronavirus.
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New plans to get more critical workers tested for coronavirus so they can return to work more quickly have been announced by Health Minister, Vaughan Gething, today. (Sunday 19 April).
The Welsh Government and Welsh Fire and Rescue Services have warned people against using sky lanterns to show their support for the NHS during COVID-19.