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£300 million phase of Economic Resilience Fund opens for applications

Businesses can now apply for funding from the third phase of the Welsh Government’s Economic Resilience Fund (ERF). Please follow this link for further information.

More than 5,500 businesses apply for £100 million business development grants

The £100 million business grants element of Welsh Government’s Economic Resilience Fund (ERF) has been fully subscribed with more than 5,500 businesses applying for support. Please follow this link for further information.

£12.5m to support vulnerable families and children during pandemic

A £12.5m package of funding to support vulnerable children and families has been announced by Julie Morgan, Deputy Minister for Health and Social Services. Please follow this link for further information.

Extra £10 million package to help protect jobs and those struggling financially

Finance Minister Rebecca Evans has today called on employers to use extra Welsh Government funding to protect workers at risk of falling through a gap in UK government wage support schemes. Please follow this link for further information.

Financial help to keep your employees (furloughed workers)

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme helps employers with a PAYE scheme cover staff costs. Please follow this link for further information.

Welsh Government provides support to Sony in Bridgend

The company manufactures and produces cutting edge camera equipment for the broadcast industry from its award winning centre of excellence. Please follow this link for further information.

Economic Resilience Fund supports St Asaph automotive manufacturer

A manufacturer of automotive parts in St Asaph has been supported by Welsh Government’s Economic Resilience Fund, allowing it to retain its workforce and continue operating. Please follow this link for further information.

An update from the Education Minister on qualifications in Wales

Please follow this link for further information.

Welsh Government Minister says “Volunteers, your communities need you now more than ever”

As Wales moves into the “firebreak” lockdown this weekend, the Deputy Minister and Chief Whip, Jane Hutt, called on communities to come together in a safe way to support those who are most vulnerable among us. Please follow this link for further information.

Community spirit shines on in Wales

With Wales almost a week into the national fire-break lockdown, Welsh Government Deputy Minister and Chief Whip, Jane Hutt, gave thanks to the volunteers and community groups who have given hope and help to their local areas, both recently and during the previous national lockdown. Please follow this link for further information.

New coronavirus outreach workers to support BAME communities

New outreach workers will be employed by the NHS to support people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities – recognising the disproportionate impact coronavirus is having, Health Minister Vaughan Gething has announced. Please follow this link for further information.

Two schemes to help people self-isolate to be introduced in Wales

People told to self-isolate for up to 14 days will be eligible for financial support from the Welsh Government as two new schemes are unveiled. Please follow this link for further information.

Apply for the Childcare Providers Grant

Childcare providers including child minders, nurseries, cylch meithrin, crèches and out of school clubs can apply for up to £5,000 to cover loss of income between 1 April 2020 to 30 June 2020. Please follow this link for further information.

Joint statement from CBI Wales, Welsh Retail Consortium, Association of Convenience Stores and USDAW

The Welsh Government, business representative groups, Trade Unions and essential retailers have been working closely together over recent days on the implementation of Welsh Government regulations introduced to minimise the sale of non-essential items during the 17 day firebreak. Please follow this link for further information.

Coronavirus firebreak: frequently asked questions

Guidance about the firebreak rules which have replaced previous local and national rules. Please follow this link for further information.

Closure of businesses and premises: coronavirus (COVID 19)

Non-essential businesses and premises that must shut. Please follow this link for further information.

Operational guidance for schools and settings from the autumn term

How schools and other providers can make their sites safe for staff and learners. Please follow this link for further information.

Guidance for supporting vulnerable and disadvantaged learners

This guidance provides advice and sets expectations relating to support for vulnerable and disadvantaged learners for a range of scenarios. Please follow this link for further information.

Guidance on extended households: coronavirus

Rules that will apply to being in an extended household and advice about how to form one. Please follow this link for further information.

Guidance on funerals: COVID-19

Guidance on holding and attending funerals during the coronavirus pandemic. Please follow this link for further information.

Travellers exempt from Welsh border rules

Explains who is exempt from self isolation requirements under new Welsh border rules introduced due to coronavirus. Please follow this link for further information.

Modification of Curriculum Requirements in Wales Notice 2020

Temporarily modifies the requirement for schools and funded non-maintained nurseries to provide the basic curriculum and associated assessment arrangements. Please follow this link for further information.

Notices disapplying changing school session time requirements

Temporarily removes the requirement for governing bodies and local authorities to comply with procedures for changing school session times. Please follow this link for further information.

Offices and contact centres: coronavirus workplace guidance

How to work safely during the COVID-19 pandemic if you work or employ people in an office or contact centre. Please follow this link for further information.

Coronavirus: support for fishing businesses

Financial help and support for fishing businesses and fishermen affected by coronavirus. Please follow this link for further information.

Manufacturing: coronavirus guidance

Advice to restart your manufacturing business and manage the COVID-19 risk to employees. Please follow this link for further information.

 

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