ANYONE in Wales who is fit and well and has been made redundant from hospitality or retail or whose business has closed due to the Coronavirus is being urged to become a carer (March 2020).
The UK and Welsh Governments have closed caravan parks, campsites, tourist hotspots and popular beauty spots to visitors.
In support of this, NRW has closed all visitor centres, car parks, play areas and toilets on the reserves, woods and forests that they manage.
We are aware of a growing number of social media posts from non-credible sources that appear to give advice on Coronavirus/ COVID19.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board will be held in public on Thursday, 26 March 2020 at 10am.
To enable staff to deliver the very best level of care for patients and our communities, frontline health care staff at Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board are set to receive testing via drive-through Coronavirus Testing Units (CTU).
We are aware that some members of the public and organisations are being targeted with emails, t
THE RECRUITMENT lead of a Welsh care company has taken to its Facebook pages to put out a plea for more people to come forward and work as carers in the wake of the Coronavirus (March, 2020).
Find guidance about coronavirus (COVID-19) for health professionals and other organisations.
As an employer, you have the same health and safety responsibilities for home workers as for any other workers.
When someone is working from home temporarily, as an employer you should consider:
Commenting on the latest set of hospital waiting time stats, specifically, A & E waiting times, released today (March 19), the Shadow Health Minister Angela Burns said:
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"All that matters is whether or not kids are breathing in asbestos and, until you find that out, everything else is hot air"
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