Coronavirus (COVID-19) daily update
27th November 2020
Public Health Wales has reported as of November 25 a further 2,158 new confirmed cases of coronavirus in Wales since Wednesday, bringing the total number of cases to 75,986. The total number of cases for Powys as at November 25 stands at 1,358 an increase of 34 since Wednesday although the figure is likely to be much higher.
Figures issued by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) on the number of deaths in Powys attributed, either wholly or in part to COVID-19, as at the week ending November 13 was 108. There were five COVID related death in the county during the week the most since mid-May.
Welsh Government updates
- From next week [Tuesday 1 December] NHS Wales' free flu vaccination will be available for anyone aged 50 or over, it has been announced.
- Earlier this year the Welsh Government committed to the roll-out of Wales' largest ever influenza vaccination programme to protect people from the risks of flu.
- The Welsh Government secured nearly 460,000 additional vaccines for 2020/21 and these are currently being made available to all GP practices and community pharmacies in Wales.
- Coronavirus regulations: frequently asked questions
- FAQ's for higher and further education
- Written statement on the availability of PPE
- FAQ's on the role of schools during the Coronavirus pandemic.
More information from Welsh Government - https://gov.wales/coronavirus