Help keep Wales safe:
- get both of your jabs
- get tested and self-isolate if you have symptoms
- outdoors is safer than indoors
- keep your distance when you can
- wash your hands
- wear a face covering
All of Wales is at alert level 0. Read the current guidance.
Recent and upcoming changes
From Monday 11 October
People will be required to show the NHS COVID pass to demonstrate the are either fully vaccinated or have had a recent negative Lateral Flow Test, to enter the following venues and events:
- Indoor non-seated events of more than 500 people, where people are mixing closely for prolonged periods.
- Outdoor non-seated events of over 4,000, where people will be mixing closely for prolonged periods.
- Any event, of any nature, which has more than 10,000 people in attendance
If you’ve got any symptoms of coronavirus, you must get a test and your whole household must self-isolate immediately.
- New continuous cough
- High temperature
- Loss of taste and/or smell
Book a test here https://gov.wales/apply-coronavirus-covid-19-test
If you are asked to self-isolate, you should do so to prevent further spread of the virus. Please remember to self-isolate while awaiting the results of a test.
For information which will answer a lot of questions, please visit
- Click here to view the latest Welsh Government Advice
- Public health wales information
- Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
View our Coronavirus Strategy here: Coronavirus Strategy
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