An £800m fund to prepare the Welsh NHS for a possible second coronavirus wave has been announced by ministers.
A large portion of the money will be used to boost supplies of personal protective equipment (PPE).
The cash will also be used to retain some field hospitals and £11.7m will go to fund Wales’ biggest flu campaign.
Finance Minister Rebecca Evans said she was confident the announcement would give the NHS the “stability it needs” to respond to the pandemic.
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