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COVID-19: Test, Trace, Protect – how easy is it to access information?

22 June 2020
  • We look at how councils and health boards have been signposting people

    Our latest in a series of work around COVID-19 learning is a blog about Test, Trace, Protect and how local councils and health boards are promoting and signposting this information.

    We’ve included some top tips for sharing information online. Some good examples of clear and easily accessible content on websites include Gwynedd Council and Powys Teaching Health Board.

    We hope our latest blog highlighting good practice around Test, Trace, Protect [opens in new window] will prompt sharing and learning to improve practice to help people access testing information across Wales.

    If you would like details of specific practice mentioned above or any other information, please contact