Wales to remain at alert level 0 despite ‘challenging’ winter ahead

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Chosen The Covid-19 alert level is to remain at 0 for the next three weeks, despite the earlier minister warning of a “challenging” winter.

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Mark Drakeford Will announce his plans on how to control the spread of the virus over the next few months at a news conference on Friday.

This will include continuing the vaccine rollout and encouraging people to wash their hands, wear face coverings in indoor public places and consider reducing the number of people they visit.


The coronavirus containment plan would also include two scenarios, the first – and most likely to be adopted in the future – would be an increase in restrictions as case rates fall, while the second looks at whether there were to be sudden changes such as the introduction of A new, rapidly spreading version.

Mr Drakeford said: “We face a challenging winter ahead – the coronavirus has not gone away and the flu is forecast to return this winter.

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Vaccination The best defense we have against the coronavirus is – the more people who are fully vaccinated, the better our chances of controlling the spread of this dreaded virus. “

The COVID Stable Plan covers the country during the autumn and winter with all remaining businesses open at alert level 0. Existing measures will be further strengthened if cases rise.

Will see a return to the alert level system and restrictions to stop the covid emergency NHS Being overwhelmed.

NS Government Said that if the scheme is introduced, it will be “used proportionately, but as a last resort”.


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