22,000 patients in Swansea Bay health area waiting more than 36 weeks for treatment

THE backlog of patients waiting for treatment continues to soar in the Swansea Bay Health Board area, but health chiefs insist that priority cases are being dealt with. The number of patients waiting more than 36 weeks for treatment stood at 22,453 at the end of August, compared to 3,263 Continue Reading

Police keen to speak to female witness to collision near Llandeilo in which 60-year-old motorcyclist Iwan Lloyd Jones died

DYFED-Powys Police is keen to speak to a witness to a collision that resulted in the death of a motorcyclist on the A40 near Llandeilo. Iwan Lloyd Jones, aged 60, from the Capel Isaac area died following the collision on the A40, at the junction with the old Carmarthen Road, Continue Reading

Meysydd chwarae i blant fod yn ddi-fwg am y tro cyntaf yn y DU

CYHOEDDODD y Gweinidog Iechyd heddiw [Mawrth 29] y daw cyfyngiadau di-fwg newydd ar gyfer tiroedd ysgolion, tiroedd ysbytai, meysydd chwarae cyhoeddus a lleoliadau gofal awyr agored i blant i rym o 1 Mawrth 2021. Bydd hyn yn golygu mai Cymru yw’r wlad gyntaf yn y DU i ddeddfu i wahardd Continue Reading

Health Minister issues statement on additional bed capacity plans for the remainder of 2020/2021

THE following is a written statement by the Minister for Health and Social Services, Vaughan Gething MS: I am pleased to update Members on health board plans to retain over 5000 additional beds for the rest of 2020/2021. The winter period is always challenging for our health and social care Continue Reading

Six Swansea barbers issued with improvement notices for failing to comply with Covid-19 regulations.

MOST businesses across the city are doing their best to comply with the new restrictions but Swansea Council has warned that it will take enforcement action against those who flout the rules. The improvement notices were issued to Four Brothers barbershop in Mumbles, Jonny Blades Barber in Morriston, Figaro’s in Continue Reading

Download the NHS Covid-19 App says Council leader

SWANSEA residents are being urged to download the NHS COVID-19 app to help stop the spread of coronavirus and protect themselves and their loved ones as case numbers rise. The app is a useful tool when used alongside Wales’ successful manual contact tracing system. It is available to those aged Continue Reading

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