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Coronavirus Covid-19 
Advice for living alongside coronavirus: Public health guidance for the general public | GOV.WALES  

Vaccinations 
Welsh Government (31/08/22): Autumn COVID-19 booster roll-out begins today in Wales | GOV.WALES 

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board - Vaccination Information: COVID-19 Vaccination Information 
Public Health Wales: COVID-19 vaccination information 
Public Health Wales: FAQs about Covid-19 vaccines 

Get tested for coronavirus (COVID-19) 
Welsh Government (29/07/22): Written Statement: Test Trace Protect (TTP)Transition (29 July 2022) | GOV.WALES
More information at Get tested for coronavirus (COVID-19) | GOV.WALES  

Self-isolation 
Self-isolation – updated guidance: Self-isolation | GOV.WALES  
Contact tracing – what to do if you test positive: Contact tracing: if you have tested positive | GOV.WALES 
Contact tracing – what to do if you are identified as a close contact: Contact tracing: if you are identified as a close contact | GOV.WALES

Test Trace Protect 
The NHS Wales Test, Trace, Protect service will contact you if you’ve tested positive for coronavirus or it’s been confirmed that you have had close contact with someone who has coronavirus.  The NHS Wales Test, Trace, Protect service is there to support you through the process, particularly if you’re vulnerable or if you have concerns about self-isolation. 
From Friday 1 July 2022 a new single Test Trace Protect (TTP) Service is operating across the whole of North Wales.  This replaces the services previously provided by each of the six North Wales councils. 
The North Wales TTP telephone answerphone line is open to the public and is monitored Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.  The telephone number is 01352 703800.   

Click here to book a test if you have symptoms of COVID-19 or telephone 119 
For more information go to: https://gov.wales/coronavirus 


NHS COVID-19 app 
The NHS COVID-19 app is an important part of our Test Trace Protect programme to control the spread of COVID-19. The app is used, alongside traditional contact tracing, to notify users if they come into contact with someone who later tests positive for coronavirus. More info: NHS COVID-19 app | GOV.WALES 

Covid Pass 
Using the NHS COVID Pass for international travel: Use the NHS COVID Pass for international travel | GOV.WALES 


Coronavirus Data 
Public Health Wales publishes data about coronavirus cases across Wales at: Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Public Health Wales (nhs.wales) 


Welfare Rights Advice Line 
The welfare rights advice line provides advice on all aspects of benefits and is open to all Conwy residents.  Monday to Thursday 9am to 5pm and Friday 9am to 4.45pm.  Telephone 01492 576605 or email welfare.rights@conwy.gov.uk

Shielded Residents
Welsh Government (updated 29/07/22): Guidance on protecting people defined on medical grounds as clinically extremely vulnerable from coronavirus (COVID-19) – previously known as ‘shielding’ | GOV.WALES

Financial support for individuals 
Get help with the cost of living: Financial support for individuals: short guide (COVID-19) | GOV.WALES

Self-Isolation Payments
Eligible individuals are entitled to a Self-Isolation Support Payment or discretionary support payment. This is to support people on low incomes who are unable to work from home if they are told to self-isolate by the NHS Wales Test, Trace, Protect service (TTP) and will lose income as a result. For more information and to apply visit www.conwy.gov.uk/selfisolation 

 

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