Swansea council leisure centres prepare to open

LEISURE centres across Swansea, including the LC, are set to open next week – and the focus of staff will be on welcoming back their customers and ensuring their experience is a good one. The centres, run by Freedom Leisure for Swansea Council, closed temporarily in late March due to Continue Reading

Face coverings compulsory on public transport in Wales from today

FROM Monday 27th July people travelling on public transport must wear face coverings in Wales. The law will also apply to taxis. The change was announced by the First Minister on 13th July as part of ongoing efforts to protect people from coronavirus. Under the new law, people aged 11 Continue Reading

Need to make digital care part of ‘new normal’ says Lee Waters MS

NHS Wales has received high praise from Lee Waters, with several digital transformations fast-tracked during COVID-19 set to stay for good. People can now meet virtually with their GP, secondary, and community care services from the comfort of their own home, with 97% of patients so far rating the experience Continue Reading

Primary care services still supporting patients

SERVICES across primary care continue to be available for their communities. GP surgeries and pharmacies, and a number of dental practices and optometrists remain operational to provide urgent and essential care. Social distancing is in place across primary care sites for the safety of patients and staff. Healthcare professionals seeing Continue Reading

MS survey reveals extreme ways sufferers are affected by Covid-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is heavily impacting the lives of some of those most vulnerable to the virus, leaving them without essential medications and support, a new survey reveals. The MS Society carried out the survey of more than 1,100 people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) in the UK, many of Continue Reading

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