We are bringing today's live page to a close. Thanks for joining us this afternoon. Here's a reminder of some of the key points:
- Welsh Education Minister Kirsty Williams "apologised unreservedly" to A-level students for the confusion and distress caused by downgraded results last week, which were replaced on Monday with teacher-assessed grades
- A coronavirus control plan has been published by the Welsh government laying out the levels of intervention it will take to manage the virus as autumn and winter arrive
- The head of exam body WJEC, Ian Morgan, defended the original awarding of grades using an algorithm which he said would have kept grade increases lower, whereas now grades such as A*s had gone up by as much as 6.9% more than last year
- He also said grade inflation from this year could have an impact on next year's A-level students
- All of Wales' universities have now said they will honour places offered to students on the basis of their original predicted grades.
We'll be back for the weekly government coronavirus briefing next Tuesday. Have a good evening.