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COVID cases in Cardiff continue to rise. To halt the spread of the virus and to stop the NHS becoming overwhelmed Cardiff and Wales is in a Level 4 lockdown.
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Cardiff and Wales is in a Level 4 lockdown to stop infection rates rising and the NHS becoming overwhelmed.
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Due to the Lockdown announcement made by the First Minster yesterday (19/12/20), the following facilities will close with immediate effect:
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The news from last week that you might have missed 21/12/20
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Welcome to the last update of the week from Cardiff Council, covering: the Council adapts essential community services arrangements; COVID-19 cases and tests; school cases; keeping people connected at home; and having a pre-Christmas clear out?
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Changes to community-based council services in Cardiff will come into effect next week as the city faces the ongoing public health emergency and rapidly increasing cases of COVID-19.
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Make sure you keep stress levels to a minimum with our tips for common pre-Christmas recycling queries:
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Digital council services for residents across the city are supporting older and vulnerable people’s wellbeing by helping them to stay connected during these challenging times.
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: Cardiff's position on the commencement of the January school term; Cardiff cases and tests, seven days data; and the latest schools affected by COVID-19.
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Following extensive discussions, Welsh Government and the Welsh Local Government Association have set out a common approach for the return to school in January.
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The increase in Cardiff case numbers that we are seeing now could not be any more stark. This needs to act as a warning to every one of us about the seriousness of the situation we are now facing.
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Cardiff residents are being asked for their views on plans for an exciting, new Canal Quarter in the city centre and on the Cardiff East Transport Scheme which will manage traffic options around parts of the city.
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: the first of two new COVID-19 test centres opened in Cardiff today; and the latest schools affected by COVID-19.
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: New test centres being set up due to a huge rise in infection rates; new grants available for businesses in the leisure and hospitality sector; Cardiff’s latest air quality data and...
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Cardiff is opening up new COVID-19 test centres in the city and increasing capacity at existing centres in order to create an extra two thousand test slots per week following the sudden rise in COVID-19 infections across the city.
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Leisure and hospitality businesses that have been forced to close due to the latest Welsh Government restrictions & didn’t apply for the initial firebreak grant, can apply for the following financial support based on the rateable value of their property: