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Welsh Government Coronavirus COVID-19 News 26 October 2020

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£300 million for Welsh businesses

Welsh Government is doubling the third phase of its Economic Resilience Fund, making nearly £300 million available to support businesses that continue to be affected by COVID-19. Please follow this link for further information.

£10 million to support university students through pandemic

The Welsh Government has announced it’s providing an extra £10 million this year towards supporting university students during the pandemic. Please follow this link for further information.

Welsh Government to take rail franchise under public control

In the face of dramatic falls in passenger numbers Welsh Government has decided to bring the Wales and Borders rail franchise under public control. Please follow this link for further information.

Coronavirus firebreak: frequently asked questions

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Written Statement: New letter from the Chief Medical Officer for Wales to those who were previously shielding

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Waste water signals local COVID spikes

A pilot programme monitoring coronavirus in Wales’ sewage systems is finding that virus spikes in the community can be detected in local waste water. Please follow this link for further information.

£1 million fund for carers to mark launch of public consultation

A new fund of over £1m to help Wales’ unpaid carers cope with the financial pressures of COVID-19 has been announced by the Deputy Health Minister. Please follow this link for further information.

The Health Protection (Coronavirus, International Travel) (Wales) Amendments

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Chancellor’s statement doesn’t go far enough says Finance Minister

Finance Minister Rebecca Evans says the job support measures set out by the Chancellor today are ‘a step in the right direction’, but warns that the level of support does not go far enough to guarantee a decent income for workers. Please follow this link for further information.

Domestic abuse and sexual violence survivors encouraged to seek help during firebreak lockdown

In a direct plea which comes as Wales moves towards the firebreak lockdown, the Deputy Minister and Chief Whip, Jane Hutt, asked friends and neighbours to look out for signs of domestic abuse, and encouraged victims and survivors to seek help and escape from their homes if necessary. Please follow this link for further information.

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