To keep Pembrokeshire and Wales safe.
Track and Trace
Please DO NOT travel to Pembrokeshire if you or a member of your household have Covid-19 symptoms. If you develop symptoms whilst you are on holiday then please go home or check our local advice here
The Test, Trace, Protect strategy, sets out the next phase of Wales’ approach to tackling coronavirus. This covers the approach to testing people with symptoms in the community, tracing those they have come into close contact with, who may be at risk of having the virus, and protecting family, friends and our community by self-isolating.
Test, Trace, Protect will work by:
- identifying those who have symptoms consistent with COVID-19, enabling them to be tested while isolating from wider family, friends and their community
- tracing those individuals who have been in close contact with the person who has tested positive on any occasion during a period beginning up to two days before they started experiencing symptoms, and requiring them to take precautions and self-isolate (for 14 days)
- providing advice and guidance, particularly where the individual who has tested positive or their contacts are vulnerable or at greater risk.
- ensuring that if the individual tests negative and the symptoms are not due to coronavirus, individuals and their contacts can get back to their normal routines as soon as possible
Find out more about the Test, Trace, Protect process in Wales.
Coronavirus regulations: Holidays in Wales – Frequently asked questions
If you have any questions relating to Coronavirus (COVID-19) visit the Public Health Wales website.
Further information from Welsh Government and UK Government is updated on a regular basis.
Updated: 21st January 2022