From Wednesday 30 September 2020, people in Aberystwyth with symptoms of COVID-19 can access testing (through a booked appointment) via a temporary walk-in facility in the town.
A big congratulations to the Early Intervention in Psychosis (EIP) team for becoming a finalist in the Advancing Healthcare Awards 2020 for their work on the Employment Support Project.
Following the introduction of temporary lockdown measures in the Llanelli area the health board is moving to reassure local communities that they can still access hospital and community healthcare services, including urgent care.
The NHS COVID-19 app launches on 24th September across Wales and England and will be an important way to help keep Wales safe.
In response to the rise in coronavirus cases in Llanelli, Carmarthenshire County Council and Hywel Dda University Health Board are urging the residents to get tested if they have Covid-19 symptoms – high temperature, a loss of or change to sense of smell or taste, or a new and continuous cough.
The Welsh Government has made it a legal requirement for face coverings to be worn in all indoor public places. As such, Hywel Dda Health Board has introduced new measures in order to keep visitors, patients, and staff safe.
Public Health Wales regrets to announce that there has been a data breach involving the personally identifiable data of Welsh residents who have tested positive for COVID-19.
Protecting your health and the health of those around you is more important than ever and getting your flu vaccine is a key part of this.
Whilst there are some problems across the UK in the booking of local COVID-19 tests; Hywel Dda University Health Board is assuring people that local tests are being carried out in all three counties.
The charity Crimestoppers is today launching a fresh campaign across Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Powys to highlight the issue of organised crime and is asking for your help by reporting any information about suspected criminal activity anonymously.