Pembrokeshire County Council Leader, Councillor David Simpson, has provided a further coronavirus update for Friday, 22nd May, as follows:
‘I am sure that you will all agree that as we head into a Bank Holiday weekend we should take some time to reflect on the last few months and what we have all done to help tackle Covid-19.
In line with national guidance, Pembrokeshire County Council can confirm that preparations are being made to provide contingency arrangements for the respectful storage of the deceased in the event of funeral directors in the County becoming overwhelmed as a result of Covid-19.
Pembrokeshire County Council Leader, Councillor David Simpson, has provided a further coronavirus update for Thursday, 21st May, as follows:
‘Once again we head into another Bank Holiday weekend and it will be the same as the two previous recent Bank Holidays in relation to what we all need to do to work together to beat this pandemic.
More than 3,300 slots at Pembrokeshire’s Waste and Recycling Centres (WRCs) were booked within 24 hours of going live yesterday (Wednesday, 20th May).
The incredible response to the Covid-19 outbreak is being celebrated by Pembrokeshire County Council.
With another Bank Holiday weekend on the horizon, visitors and second home owners are again being urged not to travel to Pembrokeshire during the current lockdown.
In line with the Welsh Government’s ‘Stay at Home’ message, RNLI lifeguards will not be deployed at Pembrokeshire’s beaches for some time to come.
Detailed work is underway on planning the safest way to re-open Pembrokeshire’s leisure centres - once the Covid-19 restrictions are lifted.
Households across Pembrokeshire are now able to request a bulky household waste collection.
Pembrokeshire County Council Leader, Councillor David Simpson, has provided a coronavirus update for Wednesday, 20th May, as follows:
‘Once again I am delighted to give you my daily update.