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Newport City Council is following and implementing best practice regarding coronavirus as advised by the government and Public Health Wales.
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Welsh Government has today announced that a short, sharp "fire-break" will be introduced across Wales at the end of this week to help regain control of coronavirus.
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Following a concerning rise in coronavirus (Covid-19) cases in Newport, new restrictions have been announced by Welsh Government.
As the number of cases in Newport rises to over 43 per 100,000 – the fourth highest rate in wales, residents and visitors to the city are urged to act now to prevent further spread.
Members of the public in Newport are being advised of the need to be vigilant for the symptoms of Coronavirus, and of the vital need to stick to social distancing guidelines, as a rise in cases there causes concern.
Councillor Jane Mudd, Leader of Newport City Council is appealing to residents and visitors to adhere to social distancing rules as the city sees a rise in Covid-19 cases.
Pupils at three Newport schools have been asked to self-isolate this morning after a pupil in each tested positive for Covid-19.
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