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Wherever you look, there are Christmas temptations at every turn. From mince pies and Christmas cake to chocolate and your favourite tipple, it is easy to over-indulge over the festive season.
Powys Teaching Health Board is celebrating the first anniversary of its county-wide COVID-19 vaccine programme.
Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 13 December
You are invited to an online Q&A event from 5.30pm to 6.30pm on Tuesday 14 December 2021.
Take a look at the Christmas opening times for Powys Community Pharmacies
Invitations will be sent in order of Priority Group.
Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 6 December
A second wave of recruits to the new Powys Health and Care Academy have begun their work placements, supporting hospital services in Llandrindod Wells, Ystradgynlais, Newtown and Brecon.
A compendium of patient stories which opens the door on the personal journeys and experiences of people living with cancer in the county has been created and published as part of the Improving the Cancer Journey in Powys programme.
Over 7,500 rapid lateral flow test (LFT) kits were handed out from the asymptomatic testing centre that was set up to test visitors attending this year’s Winter Fair without a COVID pass, the county council has said.
New recommendations from the JCVI have been adopted by Welsh Government.
Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 29 November
Breconshire War Memorial Hospital is to get a new car park, bringing an extra 70 spaces, following £1.6million investment from Welsh Government and charitable sources.
Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 22 November
The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has published new guidance on COVID-19 vaccination.
Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 15 November
Following the successful distribution of COVID testing kits at supermarkets last month, the Test Trace Protect team will again be distributing COVID tests at supermarkets over the next couple of weeks.
A safety and condition survey has been completed of a single beech tree within the car park of Bro Ddyfi Community Hospital, Machynlleth.