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Extra £10 million to help Welsh universities through Covid-19

Funding announced as nation prepares to keep in-person teaching during country-wide lockdown

Students and staff in Wales have been given an extra £10 million by the Welsh government to help them through the Covid-19 pandemic, as lecturers prepare to keep teaching on campus during a two-week lockdown.

On 22 October the Welsh government announced that the extra money would be made available to boost services for students this year, including for increased mental health services, student hardship funds and food for students who must self-isolate because of Covid-19.

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