Our Testing Hub has played a vital role in the county's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new rapid testing service for people without COVID-19 symptoms is coming to Newtown for four weeks from 7 June.
An online Q&A Event will take place on 9 June with Carol Shillabeer, Chief Executive, Powys Teaching Health Board.
Consultation is taking place until 30 July 2021.
Thank you to all the heroes delivering the COVID-19 Testing Service in Powys.
Thank you to everyone who has made this possible
Have your say by 9 July 2021.
COVID testing is available at Y Plas and at Ystradgynlais Rugby Club.
The ‘Back to Community Life’ resources will be shared with communities across Wales so they can coordinate their own project.
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More people than ever before are confident to use the NHS 111 Wales website to check their symptoms online.
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Four pilot projects are getting underway in Powys to test out who is best placed to co-ordinate the needs of a person living with cancer during key points in their cancer pathway from diagnosis, treatment and beyond.
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Powys Teaching Health Board remains fully committed to the provision of high quality services for the people of Knighton and east Radnorshire.
A mental health and wellbeing service has seen a 45% increase in the number of people seeking support after lockdown restrictions were eased across the country.
If you are 18+ you can book a Pfizer/BioNTech first dose vaccination appointment in Newtown this week.
Mobile testing units will be returning to Crickhowell and Rhayader from Monday 10 May for residents in the town and wider area to have easier access to coronavirus testing.
Thank you for our vaccinators returning to their substantive roles.