Face coverings must be worn in all indoor public places. This includes on public transport and taxis, and in places where food and drink is served, other than when you are seated to eat or drink.
It applies to everyone aged 11 and over, unless an exception applies. Children under 11 do not have to wear face coverings.
It applies to staff working in indoor public areas and to members of the public entering those public areas.
Welsh Government Guidance:
You can get a coronavirus test at a drive-through centre or have one delivered through the post
These are the symptoms of coronavirus
– New continuous cough
– High temperature
– Loss of smell and/or taste
If you have ANY symptoms – however mild –
you must book a test right away
Self-Isolation Support Scheme
Businesses Providing Food Deliveries and Services in Ogmore
Many of our local businesses are working hard to provide food deliveries and services across Ogmore during the onging pandemic.
Chris Elmore MP and I have compiled a list of these local businesses, including restaurants, pubs, cafes, shops and butchers who are offering a number of delivery options for constituents who need food supplies during these unprecedented times.
This is also a really positive way in which we can help support our small businesses that play a crucial role right across Ogmore.
The list is regularly updated, so if you are or if you know a local food delivery service who would like to be added to the list, please get in touch by emailing either:
Ogmore food deliveries
When you are eligible for the vaccine, you will be invited to attend a dedicated clinic.
Vaccine Roll Out
People are being asked not to contact the GP, local pharmacy or hospital and add unnecessary pressure to their workload.
Full details of Vaccination Programme: COVID-19 vaccination strategy | GOV.WALES
Financial Support for those self-isolating
If you have been contacted by NHS Wales Test, Trace, protect service (TTP) and been told to self-isolate, you may be entitled to financial support through the Welsh Governments “Self-Isolation Support Payment Scheme”.
The scheme is for those on low income, who cannot work from home and must self-isolate and also parents and carers on low incomes with children who are self-isolating.
Applications can be made via your local authority up to 14 days after your self-isolation period has ended.
Read more here about eligibility and how to apply: https://gov.wales/self-isolation-support-scheme
Bridgend County Borough Council: https://en.eforms.bridgend.gov.uk/SelfIsolationSupportPayment
RCT County Borough Council: https://bit.ly/38yuOCI
First Minister confirms phased move into Alert Level 1
If the public health situation allows, restrictions will be relaxed again on 21st June
Frequently asked questions
Covid 19 Alert Levels
Business and employers: coronavirus
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