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Welsh Government Coronavirus COVID-19 News 16 October 2020

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Wales introduces travel restrictions to prevent the spread of coronavirus

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.  Please follow this link for further information.

Written Statement: Amendments to the Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (No. 2) (Wales) Regulations 2020

A statement by Mark Drakeford MS, First Minister.  Please follow this link for further information.

Local coronavirus restrictions introduced to control outbreak in Bangor

New coronavirus restrictions are being introduced in Bangor following a sharp rise in cases, First Minister Mark Drakeford confirmed.  Please follow this link for further information.

Marcus Rashford MBE backs Welsh Government decision to ensure free school meal provisions for every school holiday until Easter 2021

The Welsh Government has guaranteed free school meal provision for all school holidays up to and including Easter 2021, thanks to £11m confirmed today by Education Minister Kirsty Williams.  Please follow this link for further information.

Minister for Economy, Transport and North Wales, Ken Skates on the latest Labour Market Statistics

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Coronavirus regulations: frequently asked questions

What you and businesses can and cannot do during the outbreak and what happens if you break these new laws.  Please follow this link for further information.

Keeping learners safe in education

Information and supporting guidance to help schools and other providers to keep learners safe.  Please follow this link for further information.

Back to school plans from September

Back to school plans from September.  Please follow this link for further information.

Free school meal costs for self-isolating or shielding learners

Guidance about local authority costs for free school meals when learners are self-isolating or shielding.  Please follow this link for further information.

Guidance for higher education: Keep Wales Safe

What the higher education sector can do to protect the health and safety of students, staff and their community.  Please follow this link for further information.

Further education

Changes to learning, exams, and attending schools and colleges during the coronavirus pandemic.  Please follow this link for further information.

Letters from the Welsh Government to the UK travel industry and UK ministers about local lockdowns in Wales

Letters from the Minister for Health and Social Services and the Deputy Minister for Transport and Economy to UK ministers and UK travel industry outlining the situation about local lockdowns in Wales.  Please follow this link for further information.

COVID-19 Planning and Response Rehabilitation Task and Finish Group 2020

A summary of the work of the Rehabilitation Task and Finish Group and next steps.  Please follow this link for further information.

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.  Please follow this link for further information.

Genomic analysis of Covid-19 lineages in Wales

This document outlines some of the insights that have been gained from the genomics work that has been undertaken to date, in order to support decision making.  Please follow this link for further information.

Written Statement: Local coronavirus restrictions

A statement by Mark Drakeford MS, First Minister of Wales.  Please follow this link for further information.

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