Support lives and livelihoods warn Plaid as hospitality sector set to face stricter restrictions

RESPONDING to the news that pubs, restaurants and bars will be subject to stricter Covid-19 restrictions in the run up to Christmas Plaid Cymru Shadow Minister for Transport, Helen Mary Jones MS said, “Making an announcement without making an announcement only creates more uncertainty for an already struggling sector. Any Continue Reading

Mass testing to be rolled out in Lower Cynon Valley

EVERYONE living or working in the Lower Cynon Valley will be offered a coronavirus test, becoming the second area in Wales to introduce mass testing, following Merthyr Tydfil. All residents and workers without symptoms will be offered repeat coronavirus testing between Saturday 5th December and Sunday 20th December, to help Continue Reading

Calls for Welsh Government to allow return of some fans to sporting events

The Welsh Government has been urged to follow the lead of UK ministers in allowing at least some spectators to attend outside sporting events, following claims that clubs are facing financial hardship due to the lack of any matchday revenue. Since March paying spectators have been barred from attending sporting Continue Reading

Hywel Dda University Health Board reveal Covid figures for November

THERE have been 21 new cases of Covid-19 recorded in Pembrokeshire according to figures released on Thurs,(Nov 26) with Hywel Dda Health Board’s total rising by 100. A further 15 cases have been recorded in Ceredigion and 64 in Carmarthenshire, Public Health Wales’ figures show. There has now been a Continue Reading

38,000 Covid-19 vaccine doses available for Swansea Bay by end of December

A HUGE coronavirus vaccination programme is expected to get under way in Swansea Bay with 38,000 doses arriving by the end of December. Health board chiefs were told that 22,000 doses of the Oxford University-AstraZeneca vaccine and 16,000 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine were due to arrive. At a Swansea Continue Reading

Public Health Wales publish Hywel Dda covid figures

CORONAVIRUS cases have increased by 108 across Hywel Dda according to Public Health Wales figures released on Wednesday, (Nov 25). Fifteen new cases have been recorded in Pembrokeshire, 22 in Ceredigion and 71 in Carmarthenshire. There is now a total of 838 cases in Pembrokeshire reported throughout the pandemic, 505 Continue Reading

Four UK nations agree new rules for the festive period

A BROAD set of UK-wide measures to help people come together with their loved ones during the festive period, in a way that is as safe as possible, have been agreed by the governments of the UK’s four nations. Speaking after a meeting of the four governments, the First Minister Continue Reading

Carmarthenshire Council’s test, trace and protect (TTP) contact figures discussed

FEWER people who test positive for the coronavirus are answering calls from Carmarthenshire Council’s test, trace and protect (TTP) team, prompting a warning from leaders. Last week, the team could not get through to 11% of the 337 positive cases despite calling them more than once. Jonathan Morgan, Carmarthenshire’s head Continue Reading

“Welsh Government must urgently deliver their vaccination rollout programme” says Adam Price MS

LEADER of Plaid Cymru, Adam Price MS, has called for details of the Welsh Government’s coronavirus vaccine roll out plan. Last week, the Scottish Government announced their plan for vaccine roll out, including details of who would be first to receive the vaccine in Scotland. During First Minister Questions, Mr Continue Reading

Police and Crime Commissioner to broadcast live conversation with Health Board Chief Executive -Steve Moore

ON Wednesday evening, (Nov 25) Police and Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn will broadcast a live conversation with Hywel Dda University Health Board Chief Executive, Steve Moore on social media. Steve Moore will be PCC Llywelyn’s fourth guest on his fortnightly Facebook live broadcast series, Commissioner in Conversation following on from Continue Reading

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