We looked inside some of the tweets by @WelshGovernment and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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We've made £7m available to freelancers working in the cultural and creative sectors who've been hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic. Before the application process opens on Monday 5th October, freelancers in Wales can check their eligibility here 👇 https://t.co/sdXCWdoXRp https://t.co/qWhN1lErDI
We're making an extra £140m available to businesses to help them deal with the challenges of coronavirus and the UK’s exit from the EU. This 3rd phase of our Economic Resilience Fund will help secure jobs and support firms affected by local lockdowns. ➡️ https://t.co/mmAKDcihmI https://t.co/EsubfiZ8YP
Yn fyw nawr gyda'r Gweinidog Economi Ken Skates | Live now with Economy Minister Ken Skates https://t.co/jY0cc1sXJR
In Wales, our advice throughout the pandemic has been to work from home, if you can. We think this option should be available permanently. We’d like to see 30% of people working from or near home. This will reduce traffic, help local businesses and improve work/life balance. https://t.co/7MoSI1i3P5
As we mark #NPMD2020, I pay tribute to all our brave police officers protecting our communities and remember those who have lost their lives. We will never take our police for granted. We honour them all.
At 6pm, local restrictions will be introduced in our two biggest cities. We’re taking action now to try and break the chain of transmission and stop the situation from getting worse. Please play your part by sticking with the rules. Together we’ll keep our communities safe. https://t.co/48puDxdyje
You can find answers to your frequently asked questions on local lockdowns here 👇 https://t.co/3uoYhgWytO