- 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.
- This next package of business support comes as the Welsh Government confirmed up to six people from six different households will be able to meet in indoor regulated settings, such as cafes and pubs, when they open from May 17.
- The latest situational report prepared by the COVID-19 Intelligence Cell and the Health Protection Advisory Group: https://gov.wales/covid-19-wales-situational-report-6-may-2021
- Summary impact assessment of coronavirus restrictions: https://gov.wales/coronavirus-restrictions-review-1-april-2021-summary-impact-assessment
- Latest testing data for Wales: https://gov.wales/testing-data-coronavirus-covid-19
Coronavirus in numbers
- The latest figures published by Public Health Wales today show there have been 22 newly-reported cases of coronavirus, bringing the total to 211,983 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Wales since the start of the pandemic.
- There were no deaths reported by Public Health Wales today. The total number of deaths reported by Public Health Wales is 5,557.
- These figures are updated daily at: https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection#!/vizhome/RapidCOVID-19virology-Public/Headlinesummary
- The number of people who have received a Covid vaccine in Wales is being published every weekday by Public Health Wales.
- The latest figures show 1,961,670 people have received their first dose.
- And 863,469 people have completed their two-dose course of the vaccine.
- If you think you’ve been missed off the vaccine appointment list: https://gov.wales/get-your-covid-19-vaccination-if-you-think-you-have-been-missed