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ITV Wales News 32m
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“If I have more intensive care patients, I need more nurses" Intensive care consultant Dr Ami Jones also explains how a rising number of seriously ill Covid patients “would come at a cost to the rest of the NHS”
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"I cannot rule out the possibility of a further fire break potentially in the new year." Economy Minister Ken Skates MS says this will depend on the R number and if people comply with the restrictions during the two week fire break
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The latest available data shows there are still invasive ventilated beds vacant across Wales - but it is not just this number alone that explains the current situation in hospitals 
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When announcing the two-week fire-break,  said, "The number of people being taken to hospital with coronavirus symptoms is growing every day. Our critical care units are already full." 
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"I'm delighted that the series is being filmed in north Wales...if it can continue in a Covid safe way, then it has long-term benefits of promoting north Wales." The Economy Minister says I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here could help to 'unite people'
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ITV Wales News 39m
The Welsh Government has said the fire-break will help protect the NHS as hospitals face mounting pressure to treat Covid patients as we head into winter. But are Wales' critical care beds really 'full'? | by
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"Most people in retail would wish to have a short, two week period of closure if, in exchange, they get a lengthy period of certainty...this will give retailers the best possibility of having a buoyant Christmas period."
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Economy Minister Ken Skates MS says the Welsh Government is 'continuing to press the Treasury to do all they can' to ensure employees and employers in Wales will benefit from UK Government support during the firebreak lockdown
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ITV Wales News 2h
A closure order was obtained, meaning no one can visit the flat in Llandrindod Wells for three months.
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ITV Wales News 2h
Treasury insists there will be 'no gap' in job support for firms affected by Welsh fire break
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ITV Wales News 2h
'Thousands and thousands' of small fish wash up on beach near Barmouth
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ITV Wales News 5h
Your questions answered on Wales' 'circuit-breaker' coronavirus lockdown including: 🏠 meeting up with other households 🚗 travel restrictions 👶 childcare services and schools ➡️
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ITV Wales News 6h
Students in Wales react to fire break lockdown which will see all secondary schools close during that time
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If you missed last night's , you can catch up here:
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ITV Wales News 7h
Unpaid carers in Wales 'exhausted and worn out' during pandemic and worried about coping over winter
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ITV Wales News 7h
Your Wales weather forecast: Very windy near coasts, turning showery in the northwest
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ITV Wales News 16h
Your Wales weather forecast: Wet and windy tonight, some sunny spells tomorrow
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ITV Wales News 16h
Missed Monday's Wales at Six? Catch up here 👉
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ITV Wales News 17h
Tonight's , features , , , , & , as Wales prepares for another lockdown. Join at 10:45pm.
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ITV Wales News 19h
"We are tired, we are a little bit broken - and we would rather this did not happen" Intensive care consultant Dr Ami Jones has pleaded with the public to "stick to the rules" of the fire-break lockdown as the NHS gears up for a "difficult winter"
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