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Specialist services are ready to help all those at increased risk of suffering domestic violence and abuse under the new stay-at-home rules to combat coronavirus.
Health Minister Vaughan Gething has announced that women in Wales will have access to abortion services at home during the Coronavirus crisis.
The Health Minister Vaughan Gething has confirmed that hundreds of health and social care professionals will soon return to their previous careers to help tackle Covid-19.
Councils are being given new powers to support the NHS and increase hospital capacity as Wales responds to the coronavirus pandemic.
First Minister Mark Drakeford has today announced a new £500m fund to provide extra support to the Welsh economy, businesses and charities experiencing a sharp drop in trading as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Economy, Transport and North Wales Minister Ken Skates has today announced urgent measures to support public transport through the coronavirus pandemic.
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Health Minister Vaughan Gething has today (28 March) announced plans to introduce a smart test to identify if people have had coronavirus in Wales – helping them get back to work.
Education Minister asks ‘national heroes’ to keep schools open for NHS and carers during school holidays
Education Minister Kirsty Williams has today (Saturday, March 28) called on school staff to do what they can to keep schools open for NHS staff and carers during the two weeks that should have been the Easter holidays.
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The Chief Medical Officer for Wales, Dr Frank Atherton, has welcomed today's (Friday 27 March) announcement of a rapid review into personal protection equipment (PPE) guidance in the UK and updated the latest position in Wales.
- £24m for Wales’ voluntary sector as COVID-19 volunteer numbers soar to more than 30,000 in Wales
- £15m for direct delivery food scheme for Wales’ most vulnerable
- Wales’ most vulnerable to contact local authority if they need help
- Willing volunteers to register at Volunteering-wales.net
New rules to save lives and prevent the spread of coronavirus, closing public footpaths and car parks, have been published by the Welsh Government.