If you want to go to nightclubs or similar venues or large events in Wrexham and across Wales, you’ll now have to show your vaccination status or a recent negative lateral flow test result.
You can show these quickly on your NHS Covid Pass, which you can download from the NHS website.GET YOUR COVID PASS
Please get your Covid Pass sorted out before you go into town. It’s quick and easy. Watch this video for a step-by-step guide 👇👇👇
From today, to attend nightclubs or large events in Wales you’ll need to show:
✅ your full vaccination status; or
✅ a recent negative lateral flow test result
You can show both of these on your NHS Covid Pass – here’s how to get it 👇
— Welsh Government #KeepWalesSafe (@WelshGovernment) October 11, 2021
Please make sure you have it sorted before you go out and consider downloading the pass and printing it…in case your phone goes flat or the app isn’t working.
Covid jabs for 12 to 15 year olds
Last week the local health board began vaccinating people aged 12 to 15.
Invitations are being sent out by letter
Parents and carers will need to provide consent, and jabs will be administered at local vaccination centres (people in this age group won’t be able to walk into pop-up clinics).
Help keep Covid away from schools
By sticking to the following guidance from Welsh Government, you can help keep Covid away from our classrooms this autumn…
- If your child has any symptoms, however mild, keep them at home and get a test.
- No symptoms? Make sure they take a rapid lateral flow test twice-a-week and report all the results.
- Follow the school rules on face coverings. Secondary pupils (Year 7 and above) will need to wear them on school transport.
- Get the vaccine if it’s offered to you or your child.
- Wash hands regularly.