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TONTEG COMMUNITY CENTRE CLOCK TURNS BLUE TO SUPPORT NHS

A new community clock in Tonteg has turned blue in support of the NHS during the Coronavirus public health emergency.

 

Chairman of Tonteg Community Centre John David, said:

 

Stroke concern rising amid Covid-19 crisis warns top charity

Concerns are mounting that people who have a stroke or TIA/mini-stroke (transient ischemic attack) are not calling 999 amid the coronavirus pandemic.

YEPS service supporting young people during Coronavirus outbreak

The Council’s Youth Engagement and Participation Service (YEPS) continues its vital support for young people at this time – through new functions such as instant messaging, online workshops, virtual youth clubs and much more.

Council working closely with police to clampdown on fly-tipping

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council is working closely with South Wales Police to deter would-be fly-tippers who are intending to dispose of waste illegally during the coronavirus lockdown.

Research: review of personal protective equipment provided in health care settings to manage risk during coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19)

Introduction

Experts from HSE and PHE have carried out a rapid review of the evidence supporting the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) in healthcare and in the context of COVID-19.

Clap For Our Carers

Our residents are once again being encouraged to take part in another huge round of applause to show our appreciation of all those working in the NHS, and across all frontline services, at such a difficult time.

Art competition for children

Calling all parents!

Is your child a budding artist?

If so, let them show off their creativity and self-expression by taking part in the health board’s art competition.

Welsh Ambulance Service's plea for public's honesty during Covid-19

THE Welsh Ambulance Service is urging the public to be honest about the nature of their illness when calling 111 or 999 for help.

‘It’s a smokescreen’: Welsh Government trying to push through votes for prisoners during Coronavirus pandemic

Welsh Conservatives have reacted with shock at the announcement made today (April 1) by the First Minister that the Labour administration will push through legislatio