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Welsh Government Coronavirus COVID-19 News 14/05/2021

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New international travel rules for Wales confirmed by First Minister

International travel will restart for people in Wales from Monday 17 May, the Welsh Government has confirmed today. Please follow this link to view further information.

Wales moves to alert level 2

Wales will move into alert level 2 on Monday, the First Minister will confirm as coronavirus levels remain low and vaccination rates remain the best in the UK. Please follow this link to view further information.

New top team to lead Wales into a brighter future

Climate change, new green jobs and recovery from the pandemic will be at the heart of the new Welsh Labour Government, as First Minister Mark Drakeford reveals his new Cabinet team. Please follow this link to view further information.

Further support for Welsh businesses

Businesses in Wales still affected by coronavirus restrictions will be able to claim up to £25,000 more in support to help meet ongoing costs, First Minister Mark Drakeford has announced. Please follow this link to view further information.

Unpaid carers encouraged to use rapid COVID self-test kits

Access to rapid COVID self-test kits (lateral flow tests) are now available to unpaid carers. Please follow this link to view further information.

Wales pilot test events get underway

As the coronavirus restrictions continue to relax in Wales, Welsh Government has announced a proposed list of pilot test events to take place over the forthcoming weeks. Please follow this link to view further information.

UK CMOs agree to lower UK COVID-19 alert level

Statement from UK CMOs lowering the UK COVID-19 alert level from level 4 to level 3. Please follow this link to view further information.

Hundreds of ventilators to be sent to India from Wales

Medical equipment will be sent from Wales to support the international emergency response to the coronavirus pandemic in India. Please follow this link to view further information.

Sue Tranka appointed new Chief Nursing Officer for Wales

The new Chief Nursing Officer for Wales (CNO) has been confirmed as Sue Tranka, who will join the Welsh Government in summer 2021. Please follow this link to view further information.

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