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Nocturne

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Covid-19

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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. It will support a range of services for children and families whose lives have been affected by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The funds will also enable the development of […]

Businesses can now apply for funding from the third phase of the Welsh Government’s Economic Resilience Fund (ERF). Last week, the Welsh Government announced it was doubling this phase of the fund, making nearly £300m available to support businesses that continue to be affected by Covid-19. As a result of the “firebreak”, which began on […]

Welsh Government News: Statement from discussions with retailers Following positive discussions with essential retailers, representative groups and Trades Unions we have provided an updated list of goods that can be sold, and have clarified that a sensible system should be introduced whereby customers can ask to buy non-essential items by exception under the regulations.“We are […]

COVID-19 Outbreak | CWM TAF MORGANNWG UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL BOARD Royal Glamorgan services update Patients who dial 999 and require an emergency hospital admission are being taken to the Royal Glamorgan Hospital, after temporary changes to emergency admissions were brought in last month. In addition, surgical and other planned activity is restarting in a phased and safe […]

Following the latest data from Public Health Wales, released 21/10/2020, we can now see the breakdown of cases and cases per 100,000 by areas within RCT. Please note that the data supplied is rolling 7 days (12/10/2020 – 18/10/20). There is a lag on the area breakdown data, so will not match the daily summary […]

Following the latest data from Public Health Wales, released today, we can now see the breakdown of cases and cases per 100,000 by areas within RCT. Please note that the data supplied is rolling 7 days (11/10/2020 – 17/10/20). Whilst the Public Health Data does not provide a summary per area, we have pulled this […]

The Welsh Government is doubling the third phase of its Economic Resilience Fund, making nearly £300m available to support businesses that continue to be affected by Covid-19. In September, the Economy Minister Ken Skates announced £140m would be made available under the third phase of the Welsh Government’s Economic Resilience Fund. However as a result […]

First Minister announces £300m to support businesses affected A short, sharp “fire-break” will be introduced across Wales at the end of this week to help regain control of coronavirus, First Minister Mark Drakeford announced today. The fortnight-long action is needed to save lives and prevent the NHS from being overwhelmed. Speaking to the people of […]

Wales will be placed into a circuit break lockdown for 17 days from 6pm on Friday, the Welsh government has announced. The new coronavirus lockdown will take Wales back to the restrictions introduced in March, with most businesses shutting, and people being told to stay at home and work from home where possible.The measures include: Non-essential retail, […]

New regulations to prevent people who live in areas with high coronavirus infection rates across the UK from travelling to Wales will come into force later today, First Minister Mark Drakeford has confirmed. The new restrictions will take effect from 6pm today (Friday October 16 2020). The action is being taken after the Prime Minister […]

Restrictions in services at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital are now being carefully lifted, working closely with partners including Public Health Wales and the Welsh Ambulance Service, as part of our ongoing response to a COVID-19 outbreak at the site. Patients who phone 999 and require an emergency hospital admission are now again being taken to […]

The Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (No. 2) (Wales) Regulations 2020 place a series of restrictions on gatherings, the movement of people, and the operation of businesses, including closures. They require businesses, which are open to take reasonable measures to minimise the risk of exposure to coronavirus. They are designed to protect people from the spread […]