Failing on testing target for third time "not an option"
Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price has warned Welsh Government that failing to reach the new Coronavirus testing target is “not an option” after Health Minister Vaughan Gething confirmed the new target of 5,000 tests a day in the “coming week”.
Plaid call for pay rise for health and social care staff
Plaid Cymru have called for pay rises to all NHS and social care staff in recognition of their work during the Coronavirus crisis.
Covid-19 concerns as deaths in Wales’s adult care homes double in April
Figures obtained by Plaid Cymru show that deaths in Adult Care Homes in Wales have more than doubled in April compared with the corresponding period last year.
Health Minister accused of "rewriting history" on Coronavirus testing target
Plaid Cymru’s Shadow Health Minister Rhun ap Iorwerth AM has said Health Minister Vaughan Gething was choosing to “rewrite history” rather than address the fact that his Government was “woefully behind schedule with testing”.
Plaid backs motor neurone disease shielding calls
Welsh Government needs to make every effort to ensure the most vulnerable groups in society are shielded throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Plaid Cymru has said.
Plaid Cymru lodges formal complaint to European Commission over PPE discrimination
Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price has today written to the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, to lodge a formal complaint in light of reports that the Public Health England has allegedly instructed the main domestic suppliers of PPE in the UK that they may not sell certain high-demand items to care homes outside England.
Welsh Government slammed for "complex, shambolic" testing system as 5,000 target set to be missed
Plaid Cymru have hit out at the Welsh Government’s “complex and shambolic” Covid-19 testing system as the target to reach 5,000 tests a day by tomorrow is set to be missed.
Plaid Cymru call for a further economic support for Welsh agriculture
Plaid Cymru’s Treasury and Environment and Rural Affairs Spokesperson, Ben Lake MP, has called for a “focussed package of economic support” for agriculture, as lockdown measures mean Welsh farmers could lose an entire year of income.