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The Welsh Ambulance Service Trust remains very busy following the declaration last week of a Business Continuity Incident whereby demand outstripped capacity to respond
Amanda Williams, of Swansea, is urging people to stay vigilant and remember that they can still catch and spread the virus, even with a vaccine.
The Welsh Ambulance Service is asking the public to download a life-saving app which helps it to find people in remote locations in an emergency
Call volume, coupled with lengthy delays at hospitals across Wales, meant that demand on the service exceeded its capacity to respond.
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