The COVID Response Map Wales highlights areas where there are higher numbers of people who are vulnerable to COVID-19, as well as areas where there may be less community support available.
Halloween 2020 is going to be different. As we have done with many events across the year, we again offer our thanks to those of you who are protecting yourself and others from the risk of catching or spreading Coronavirus.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board and Public Health Wales are looking for volunteers to participate in a clinical trial studying an investigational vaccine against COVID-19.
A survey released by Public Health Wales has revealed that 76 per cent of people believe they are more likely to catch Coronavirus from people they don’t know, such as people in shops, supermarkets and public places, rather than their family or friends.
A new report published by Public Health Wales has looked in to the effects of the full Wales COVID-19 lockdown on road traffic crashes.
In the Queen’s Birthday Honours, we are delighted to say that staff from Public Health Wales have been made Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for efforts in the COVID-19 response.
A new report from Public Health Wales has shown that the number of people with a longstanding illness is expected to increase in line with the rise in unemployment following Coronavirus, unless reparative interventions are implemented.
A grant of almost £600,000 has been announced by Administrative Data Research UK to harness data to better understand the characteristics of farm households with a view of improving future policies as well as enhancing the wellbeing of farmers and their families.