The findings of a report into last year's measles outbreak centred on Swansea are due to be outlined later. The outbreak began in November 2012 and didn't end until July. The report is expected to recommend measures to prevent a future outbreak.
MMR vaccinations will be offered to more than 200 children at a Neath Port Talbot secondary school after a case of measles was confirmed in a pupil.
Public Health Wales has received two notifications of measles in pupils at Cwmtawe Comprehensive School and one of these has been laboratory confirmed.
Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board is arranging for MMR vaccinations to be offered to all pupils at the school who are not fully vaccinated next week.
Of 1,260 pupils at the school, 62 are recorded as having received no doses of the MMR vaccine and 142 have received only one dose.
Two doses of MMR are needed to provide the maximum 99 per cent protection against measles.
The last drop in clinics for people to get the MMR vaccine have been held in Powys today. They were set up to try and prevent further cases of measles during the recent epidemic.
Health officials say the jabs will still be available from your GP.
Nicola Hendy reports.