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Welsh Government Coronavirus Update 04 September 2020

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Find out if you are eligible for support from the Cultural Recovery Fund

From Tuesday, 1 September organisations in the culture and heritage sector can find out if they are eligible to apply for financial support from the Welsh Government’s £53 million Cultural Recovery Fund.

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Written Statement: The Health Protection (Coronavirus, International Travel) (Wales) Amendments

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Welsh holidaymakers urged to follow quarantine rules to stop COVID-19 spread

Holidaymakers are being reminded to follow quarantine rules when they return to Wales from abroad to stop the spread of coronavirus..

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Workplace safety measures crucial to preventing spread of coronavirus

Economy Minister Ken Skates has called on employers and workers to do all they can to prevent the spread of coronavirus in the workplace.

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Finance Minister announces additional £2.8 million to support Council Tax Reduction Scheme

Local councils across Wales will receive an extra £2.8 million to help them fund the increase in demand on the Welsh Government’s Council Tax Reduction Scheme (CTRS) since the start of the pandemic.

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Face to face support increases for victims and survivors of domestic abuse and sexual violence

As Covid-19 restrictions ease, the Welsh Government is stepping up support to promote face to face services for victims and survivors of violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence (VAWDASV).

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Economic Resilience Fund crucial in supporting global technology business in Conwy

The Welsh Government’s unique Economic Resilience Fund (ERF) is providing vital support to a global technology business based in Conwy county borough, Minister Economy, Transport and North Wales, Ken Skates, has announced.

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Operational guidance for schools and settings from the autumn term

How schools and other providers can make their sites safe for staff and learners.

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Guidance for safe operation in post-16 learning from September 2020

A guidance document setting out the arrangements for the safe delivery of learning from 1 September 2020 in the further education, work-based learning and adult learning sectors.

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Guidance for childcare providers on reopening of applications for The Childcare Offer for Wales: coronavirus

What providers must do as a result of reopening applications for 30 hours of early education and childcare for 3 and 4 year olds.

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Travellers exempt from Welsh border rules: coronavirus (COVID-19)

Explains who is exempt from self isolation requirements under new Welsh border rules introduced due to coronavirus.

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Technical Advisory Cell: summary of advice 28 August 2020

Summary of COVID-19 advice provided to Welsh Ministers on 28 August 2020.

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Keep Wales Safe promotional material

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Test, trace, protect: multilingual information about coronavirus

Multilingual information about coronavirus symptoms, testing and contact tracing.

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Other news

Business Wales Tool Kit

Practical resources to help employers keep their workforce safe at work

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Symptom Study

Help us fight coronavirus by reporting your health daily, even if you feel well.
You can help us fight coronavirus by completing a daily health survey on the COVID-19 symptom study app.

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This app is for everyone, not just for those who have symptoms.
The app will help us understand the symptoms and spread of COVID-19. By answering some quick questions, you can help us plan our response to coronavirus.
We will not share the answers you give us beyond the NHS and trusted organisations working directly with the NHS in response to coronavirus.


Test, Trace, Protect strategy

A campaign is underway aimed at informing the general public and critical workers of the Welsh Government’s Test, Trace, Protect strategy. The website has been updated with the latest information on the strategy, including guidance for employers (https://gov.wales/test-trace-protect-coronavirus).

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New video and animated social assets have been produced for use across paid-for campaigns and for stakeholders to share through their own channels. The assets are available to download here

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Please disseminate these to your networks and use across your social media channels to help share information on Test, Trace, Protect

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