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Parents in Wrexham have raised concerns about the current 'grab and go' scheme put in place to cater for children entitled to free school meals locally. The council has responded quickly to try and meet the acknowledged need, preparing up to 800 packed lunches a day which have been distributed from a variety of council premises across the borough.Read more
Staff from Wrexham's B&M store based on the Central Retail Park have contacted Cllr Carrie Harper to raise concerns about in store safety during the current Covid-19 crisis.Read more
AM's key questions to health board over equipment, testing and staffing Physiotherapists in Wales have added their voice to growing concerns among NHS staff about the lack of specialist personal protective equipment (PPE). Now Plaid Cymru's North Wales AM Llyr Gruffydd has backed the calls and said: "The Chartered Society of Physiotherapists have said their members are facing 'unacceptable risks' as a result with staff delivering urgent respiratory care to patients with COVID-19 in intensive care and other healthcare settings. They provide essential treatment within an arm’s length of patients who are confirmed or suspected of having COVID-19 to clear sputum from their chests and clear their airways.Read more