An event to mark World Kidney Day 2020 was recently attended by local Assembly Member Paul Davies. The event showcased the work of the Paul Popham Fund, an organisation which supports patients of all ages living with renal diseases across Wales.
Today (March 10) in First Minister’s Questions, the Leader of the Opposition – Paul Davies AM/AC – reminded Members that there are six confirmed cases in Wales, adding the caveat that this figure is expected to rise.
During First Minister’s Questions today (March 3), Paul Davies AM/AC – the Leader of the Opposition – sought answers on how Coronavirus will be tackled in Wales, particularly in light of, as he put it, the “already stretched” primary care services.
Calls to dual the A40, deliver a footbridge and find a workable solution to matters in Lower Town Fishguard, and improve bus services across Pembrokeshire have all been raised in the Assembly Chamber by local Assembly Member Paul Davies.
Towns and villages in parts of Wales are still in the process of recovering from the two most recent seasonal storms – Ciara and Dennis – which hit over the past two successive weekends, causing misery to hundreds of families in Wales, and many more in other parts of the UK.
The latest eye care measures data, which shows that only 60.6 per cent of patients are being seen within the target date at Hywel Dda University Health Board, has been raised in the Chamber by local Assembly Member Paul Davies.
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