View our Coronavirus Strategy here: Coronavirus Strategy

LATEST NEWS:

Keep Wales safe:

Read the current guidance.
 

Recent and upcoming changes

From 15 January

  • Up to 500 people can be present at outdoor events. This does not include those participating in a team sport event, meaning 500 spectators can be present.

From 21 January

  • there will no longer be any legal limits on the number of people that can meet outdoors
  • COVID Pass needed for large outdoor events

From 28 January

  • nightclubs will be able to re-open
  • COVID Pass needed for large indoor events, nightclubs, cinemas, theatres and concert halls
  • working from home remains important but moves from law to guidance
  • in hospitality, no restrictions on meeting people and no requirement for table service or 2 metre physical distancing

Restrictions Business Fund

Coronavirus self-isolation and quarantine reduced to 10 days in Wales

About the vaccine

COVID-19 Vaccinations Multilingual Translation links

Self-isolation support scheme

Coronavirus control plan: alert levels in Wales

More information is available via Welsh Government here

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

Contact tracing: your questions

Click here to find out information about Track Trace Protect

Monmouthshire Coronavirus Cases Map

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