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The Trust is appealing to the public not to call 999 for a Coronavirus test. Some patients have been demanding that paramedics perform an on-the-spot test to rule out the virus, according to feedback from crews.
The Trust is urging the public to be honest about the nature of their illness when calling 111 or 999 for help.
MORE than 1,500 members of the public have stepped forward to respond to a call for volunteers and temporary roles with the Welsh Ambulance Service as it manages its response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
A record number of people got involved in the Welsh Ambulance Service’s annual #Defibuary campaign on Twitter
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