NEWS ROUNDUP: Second vaccine doses to be “top priority” in Wales
Wales’ Chief Pharmacist has said that Second Covid vaccine doses will be prioritised during the expected supply slowdown of the Oxford-AstraZeneca jab. Covid vaccine supplies are set to be delayed by 'up to four weeks' in April and Wales expects to have 250,000 fewer Oxford-AstraZeneca jab doses. According to the pharmacist, Wales aims to vaccinate its priority groups by mid-April and offer all adults a jab by the end of July.
First Minister, Mark Drakeford has said that he will give hospitality workers, “the certainty they are looking for” in a review for reopening society on Thursday. He has warned, however, that he would not give "false assurances too far into the future" as non-essential retailers, gyms and tourism sector hope to reopen.
And police have issued fines to a number of people after they broke up an illegal wedding party. Officers were called to an address in Merthyr Tydfil on Saturday night after receiving reports that people were gathering in breach of the coronavirus regulations.
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