Vaccination

👉 Wales completes move to alert level 0 👈

Boosters for 16 and 17 year olds

All children and young people aged 16 to 17 years old are now being offered booster doses of the vaccine following a recommendation from the JCVI.

The booster dose should be offered no sooner than three months after completion of their primary course.

Booster doses can be given at drop-in clinics across North Wales, or you can also book an appointment online for some clinics, or call 03000 840004.

Second doses for 12 to 15 year olds

The local NHS health board is now offering second doses to 12 to 15 year olds.

Again, these can be given at drop-in clinics across North Wales, or you can also book an appointment online for some clinics, or call 03000 840004.

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Self-isolation period reduced

People who test positive for Covid-19 will be able to leave self-isolation after five full days if they have two negative lateral flow tests.

The two consecutive negative lateral flow tests must be taken on days five and six of the isolation period.

The changes came into effect on January 28, as Wales completed the move to alert level 0.

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How to get extra lateral flow test kits

If you need more lateral flow kits, you can order them online, or collect them from local pick-up points.

Attendance limit increased at Pentrebychan

Back in December, we introduced a two-metre social-distancing rule for funerals at Pentrebychan crematorium, with a maximum of 45 attendees.

However, as Wales moves back to alert level zero, we can once again revert to up to 100 attendees in the crematorium chapel. This will hopefully make things a little easier for family and friends saying goodbye to loved ones during these difficult times.

Local undertakers have been informed.