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New online NHS course helps people improve their mental health

Feeling worried or anxious can have a big impact on your health, and for some people life at the moment can be particularly difficult.

No evidence of widespread transmission in Wrexham community, following testing exercise

11 new cases of Coronavirus were identified in the Wrexham community, following four days of testing at easy-access community testing centres in Hightown and Caia Park.

Survey reveals eight in 10 Welsh adults would want to be vaccinated against Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) if a vaccine became available  

According to the latest national engagement survey conducted by Public Health Wales, 83 per cent of people would want to be vaccinated against Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) if a vaccine were to become available;...

Around 400 people attend Wrexham testing sessions

Around 400 people were tested for COVID-19 on the first day of operations from two mobile testing centres in Wrexham.

A genomic giant: Public Health Wales' genomic sequencing and sharing efforts put Wales in top three worldwide as part of COVID-19 response

As part of the Welsh Government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Public Health Wales Pathogen Genomics Unit (PenGU) has been working collaboratively with key partners

Public Health Wales joins network of data experts looking to solve the UK's most pressing health care challenges

Data specialists at Public Health Wales, partnering with NHS Wales Informatics Service, Population Data Science at Swansea University and Social Care Wales, will receive funding of up to...

Public Health Wales public engagement survey

The latest Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) public engagement survey report from Public Health Wales has been published and covers the period of 6 to 12 July, when 601 people were surveyed.

Nearly half of all adults in Wales remain concerned about children catching coronavirus in school and spreading it through families and communities

According to the latest national engagement survey conducted by Public Health Wales, nearly half (46 percent) of people are very or extremely concerned about...

'Staying at Home' policy has reduced spread of coronavirus, but has also had other positive and negative impacts on the well-being of Welsh society

The Welsh Government’s ‘Staying at Home’ policy has played a major role in protecting the health of people in Wales by reducing the spread of coronavirus, according to a new report by Public Health Wales.

Public Health Wales screening programmes to restart

Screening programmes in Wales will start sending invitations and reminders again to people eligible for screening, starting with Cervical Screening Wales from the end of June.