Public Health Wales, Caerphilly County Borough Council and Aneurin Bevan University Health Board are urging people in Caerphilly to remember the vital importance of social distancing, as rising numbers of positive coronavirus (COVID-19) cases causes concern.
A total of 13 people have been confirmed as having COVID-19 in a cluster centred around the Merthyr Tydfil area with a small number of linked cases distributed across the region.
Young people urged to social distance properly as cases of coronavirus give cause for concern
Public Health Wales advice following a train derailment in Llangennech.
North and South Wales Bank pub in Wrexham receives an Improvement Notice by Wrexham Council’s Public Protection Department.
Public Health Wales and Wrexham Council are advising anyone who visited the North and South Wales Bank pub in Wrexham between 9 and 20 August to be vigilant for the symptoms of Coronavirus.
Up to 160 new jobs will also be created
Feeling worried or anxious can have a big impact on your health, and for some people life at the moment can be particularly difficult.
11 new cases of Coronavirus were identified in the Wrexham community, following four days of testing at easy-access community testing centres in Hightown and Caia Park.
According to the latest national engagement survey conducted by Public Health Wales, 83 per cent of people would want to be vaccinated against Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) if a vaccine were to become available;...