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Coronavirus health advice


Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a strain of coronavirus. The virus presents with flu-like symptoms including a high temperature and a new, continuous cough. 

If you think you have coronavirus symptoms, please visit Public Health Wales for advice​​​​​​​​​​​​​Link opens in a new window ​

You can also read the latest COVID-19 updates from Public Health Wales​​​​​​​​​​​​​Link opens in a new window, the page is updated daily at 2pm. ​

You can spread the virus even if you don’t have symptoms.​

Read the latest guidance on the GOV.UK website​​​​

Mental health and wellbeing during the pandemic 

The Public Health Wales How are you doing? campaign​​​​​​​​​​​​External link opens in a new window offers advice and support on looking after yourself and your loved ones during this time.

The CALL mental health listening line​​​​​​​​​​​​External link opens in a new window is available 24/7. You can call 0800132737 or text 'help' to 81066 for confidential support.

How the NHS Wales Test, Trace, Protect service works​​



​​Contact tracing relies on people taking a test​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​External link opens in a new window as soon as they possibly can. As soon as anybody develops the symptoms of coronavirus infection they should arrange to immediately take a test and they should self-isolate with their household members.


On receiving a positive result you will be asked to support the NHS Wales Test, Trace, Protect service by reporting your recent contacts so that they can be contacted and notified to self-isolate and take a test if they develop symptoms. This will help stop the spread of the virus.​
​Close contact means:
  • ​​Someone you’ve been within 1 metre of, for more than 1 minute
  • Someone you’ve been within 2 metres of, for more than 15 minutes
A contact is someone who you may, or may not, live with who you have been in close proximity with, someone who has been within one metre of you and with whom you’ve had a face-to-face conversation, or skin to skin physical contact, somebody that you have coughed on, or somebody that has had other forms of contact with you, within one metre for one minute of longer. 
Someone that you have travelled in a vehicle with, who has been seated near you on public transport.

It is really important that everybody who is the contact of a positive case, should self-isolate for 14 days. This is because they could be harbouring the virus, whether they have symptoms or not, and they could pass the virus on to other people. Other members of the contact’s family do not need to self-isolate. 


These steps are in additions to the existing guidance about regular, frequent handwashing and maintaining social distance. Those things are really important for everybody in order to stop the transmission of the virus. By working together, we will all help to keep Wales safe.
Trace your movements. Stop the spread. Together we’ll keep Wales safe​.​​​​​