Test Trace Protect
Coronavirus - Test, Trace, Protect
Test, Trace, Protect is the Welsh Government's strategy for testing the general public and tracing the spread of coronavirus in Wales.
Contact tracing is part of this strategy. It's a tried and tested method of controlling the spread of infectious diseases.
Tracing the people an infected person has been in contact with enables those people to be made aware of their potential risk of being infected and they can get advice to prevent further spread. Testing and contact tracing will be vital to enable our communities to live alongside the virus for the foreseeable future.
The Test, Trace, Protect strategy involves a number of partners working together to help contain the spread of the virus, this includes Public Health Wales, Local Health Boards, Local Authorities in Wales, NHS Wales Informatics Service (NWIS) and others. Within our region we are working alongside Hywel Dda University Health Board, Ceredigion County Council and Carmarthenshire County Council.
Test, Trace, Protect: Be aware of scam callers
Contact Tracing Texts will be sent from NHSWALESTTP and emails will be sent from CTteam@pembrokeshire.gov.uk and calls will be made from 029 2196 1133. Contact tracers do not monitor where you’ve been or what you’ve been doing. You will not be reported when providing information about your contacts and your movements. We only use this information to stop the spread and identify hot spots.
Test, Trace, Protect privacy notice
This privacy notice explains how Pembrokeshire County Council with our regional partners (as [EA1] Data Controllers) will collect, use and protect personal data specifically with regards to TTP and the coronavirus pandemic.
Public Health Wales privacy notice and supporting information.
UK Government’s Testing for coronavirus: privacy information for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
NHS Wales Information Governance about how your information will be used in Wales.
For information on the sharing of vaccination data between Health and Test Trace Protect teams: Health in Wales