Male and female student with masksThis is a reminder that from the 11th October Welsh Government guidelines are changing. People will be required to show the NHS COVID pass to prove they are either fully vaccinated or have a recent negative Lateral Flow Test to attend:

  • nightclubs
  • indoor non-seated events where over 500 people are mixing closely for prolonged periods
  • outdoor non-seated events where over 4,000 people are mixing closely for prolonged periods
  • any event of more than 10,000 people

Please note, the Students’ Union will continue to abide by Welsh Government and University Guidelines and will adapt any events to meet these. Students will be informed of any changes they can expect when booking an event with the SU.

What is the NHS COVID Pass?

The NHS COVID Pass lets you share your coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination records in a secure way. It also allows you to show others, when travelling abroad, that you’ve had a COVID-19 vaccine.

Who can get an NHS COVID Pass in Wales?

You can get an NHS COVID Pass if:

  • you were vaccinated in Wales or England
  • you are aged 16 or over

If you were vaccinated outside the UK, you need to get proof of vaccination from the country where you were vaccinated.

How to access the NHS COVID Pass in Wales

You can access the NHS COVID Pass via the NHS website (nhs.uk). This will allow you to produce a COVID pass using a smart phone, a computer or laptop.

To access the service, you’ll need to register for an NHS login. You will need to upload a photo of your ID (passport, full UK driving licence, full European driving licence).

Please note, in Wales, you cannot get it via the NHS app as this is only valid in England.

For more information please see the full guidelines on the Welsh Government web pages.

Monday October 4th, 2021

Posted In: Messages, Welfare

One Comment

  • Brandon says:

    I’m absolutely appalled to see the university support discrimination and medical apartheid. This is a clear sign of moral rot, complete cowardice and submission in the face of creeping authoritarianism.
    Your compliance with such blatant discrimination and disrespect for human rights will leave a lasting impression.

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