A plane carrying crucial supplies of PPE for the NHS in Wales arrived at Cardiff Airport.
The plane was carrying more than 500,000 fluid resistant gowns which have helped resupply the stock which had been running low across the country.
The cargo has come from Hangzhou in China and will provide around three months supply of fluid-resistant gowns for health and care services in Wales.
First Minister Mark Drakeford praised the effort of the government in getting the supply in to the country.
Coronavirus has put supplies under pressure around the world. Today’s flight is the result of a lot of hard work behind the scenes to secure new supplies of gowns for our frontline workers.
Lee Waters Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport, said "We have been working very hard in Wales to ensure we have sufficient PPE in Wales, using all available avenues open to us – but we are particularly keen to develop made-in-Wales supplies to protect ourselves against any further delays and complications."
The minister also said the Welsh Government was looking at what PPE could be made locally for the future.