On International Day of the Midwife, Chief Nursing Officer for Wales Sue Tranka joined with midwifery teams in Cardiff University and Cardiff and Vale University Health Board to celebrate midwives across Wales and announce the latest winners of her new excellence awards.
Although restrictions have eased over recent months, and the situation is consistent with the Covid Stable scenario described in our transition plan ‘Together for a Safer Future’, we need to be mindful that Coronavirus has not gone away.
Mark Drakeford has confirmed the legal requirement to wear a face covering in health and care settings will remain in place.
Jeremy Miles, Minister for Education and Welsh Language informs us that the Public Health Advice for Schools: Coronavirus has been published.
Ambitious project ideas to reduce carbon emissions across NHS Wales will be granted a share of £2.4m as part of the Welsh Government’s commitment to tackle climate change.
The approach to testing for COVID-19 in hospital settings in Wales has been updated as vaccination has proven to be highly effective at reducing the risk of symptomatic illness, severe disease, hospitalisation and mortality.
Dot Davies hosts a series of podcasts chatting to a range of notable peoplethroughout Wales about their experience of the pandemic.