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Putting things right 2019-20: How we dealt with complaints and complements.

In 2019-20, Public Health Wales investigated 52 formal complaints under our Putting Things Right procedure, a small decrease of seven from 59 last year. 

New FAQs published on vitamin D and Coronavirus

Public Health Wales has published a series of FAQs on vitamin D in relation to Coronavirus. 

Public Health Wales appoints new National Director of Health Protection and Screening Services

Dr Fu-Meng Khaw has been appointed to the top health protection post for Wales, taking up the role of National Director of Health Protection and Screening Services and Medical Director for Public Health Wales. 

Launching a new Resource Platform for Care Home and Domiciliary Staff to ensure easy access to vital, up-to-date information

Improvement Cymru’s Care Home Cymru team, Public Health Wales and Welsh Government launch a new online Resource Platform today for Care Home and Domiciliary Staff today.


Survey reveals more than eight in 10 adults in Wales would have a COVID-19 vaccine if offered

A survey commissioned by Public Health Wales has revealed that more than eight in 10 (85 per cent) of residents in Wales would have a COVID-19 vaccine if they were offered it right now, with 78 per cent also agreeing that they believe most people in Wales will choose to be vaccinated once a COVID-19 vaccine is offered to them.

Coronavirus Update; DVLA Contact Centre, Swansea

Public Health Wales, along with partners, has been meeting regularly to assist the DVLA with managing the impact of COVID-19 in the workplace. 

Adult Rare Disease Register starts in Wales

The 28 February is rare disease day and we’d like to mark this by announcing the establishment of an Adult Rare Disease Register in Wales as part of the Public Health Wales COVID response.

Week 46: 'How Are We Doing in Wales' public engagement survey results

The results of the latest ‘How Are We Doing in Wales’ public engagement survey have been released by Public Health Wales.

New Report Confirms People with Learning Disabilities at Increased Risk of Death from CORONAVIRUS

A new report published today (25.2.21) by Improvement Cymru, part of Public Health Wales, suggests that people in Wales with learning  disabilities, are more likely to die from Coronavirus than the rest of the population. 

Public Health Wales report analyses inequalities in COVID-19 vaccination uptake in Wales

Public Health Wales has produced a report analysing inequalities in coverage of COVID-19 vaccination by sex, socioeconomic deprivation and ethnic group.