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Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board COVID-19

Service changes

Temporary service changes are still in place including:

  • Temporary suspension of elective surgery (with the exception of a very small number of urgent cancer cases which have been clinically prioritised);
  • Diversion of emergency admissions to other hospitals (with exception of children)
  • Diversion of Welsh Ambulance Service (999)patients to other hospitals (with exception of children)
  • There is no change to the self-contained paediatric wards at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital, remain open
  • Mental health services at the hospital remain open

Figures

Cases of COVID-19 associated with the outbreak – 127
Deaths associated with COVID-19 – 21

*numbers correct as of 06/10/2020

Additional updates

Prince Charles Hospital and Princess of Wales Hospital

In conjunction with Public Health Wales, we are monitoring closely a number of cases at Prince Charles and Princess of Wales Hospital sites. Immediate measures to contain the spread of the virus have been taken.

Prince Charles Hospital:

Cases of COVID-19 linked to the outbreak – 17
Deaths linked to the COVID-19 outbreak – 1

*numbers correct as of 06/10/2020

Princess of Wales Hospital

Cases of COVID-19 linked to the outbreak – 15
Deaths linked to the COVID-19 outbreak – 1

*numbers correct as of 06/10/2020

Helpline

A helpline has been set up for anyone who has concerns relating to the COVID outbreak at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital.

Members of the public can call 01685 726464 between 9am and 4.30pm (Mon – Fri) where a team will be ready to help.

CTM UHB statement

Medical Director for CTM UHB Dr Nick Lyons said “In conjunction with Public Health Wales, we continue to closely monitor cases at Royal Glamorgan Hospital, Prince Charles Hospital and Princess of Wales Hospital sites. The safety of our patients and staff remains our first priority and immediate measures to contain the spread of the virus have been put in place. 

“We are taking the outbreaks extremely seriously and the stringent and robust mitigating actions which have been taken across our sites are being closely observed. However given the nature of Coronavirus, there is an inevitable time delay in when we will see the positive impact of these measures.   

“We apologise for the concern that this will cause to families and our communities and we would encourage anyone who has any questions to contact our helpline on 01685 726464 between 9am and 4.30pm (Mon – Fri) where a team will be ready to help. 

“Infection rates also continue to rise in our communities and we are appealing to all members of the public to take seriously their responsibilities by ensuring their behaviour does not contribute to the further spread of COVID-19.  We remain grateful to all members of our community who are continuing to adhere to the guidance in order to help control this virus.”

A further update will be provided on 08/10/2020

All media enquires must to be directed to ctt_news@wales.nhs.uk