How is Wales’ vaccine rollout going?
As of Feb 23, Public Health Wales said a total of 869,653 first doses of the Covid-19 vaccine had now been given, an increase of 7,405 from the previous day.
The agency said 49,729 second doses had also been given, an increase of 6,977.
In total, 90.5% of over-80s in Wales have received their first dose, along with 92.6% of those aged 75-79 and 91.9% of those aged 70-74.
For care homes, 84.4% of residents and 85.8% of staff have received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Wales became the first country in the UK to achieve its target of offering coronavirus vaccines to everyone in its first four priority groups on Feb 12, with Mr Drakeford calling the milestone a “truly phenomenal effort”.
When will schools reopen?
On Feb 22, all children in early years learning and Key Stage 1 returned to full-time face-to-face teaching, after schools were closed before Christmas.
Small numbers of vocational learners, including apprentices, are also be able to return to colleges.
The First Minister told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme on…