Hospitals in Wales 'well prepared' for Ebola
Hospitals in Wales are prepared to deal with any cases of Ebola, the highly infectious virus which has led to nearly 4,000 deaths in West Africa.
Public Health Wales said the NHS has been preparing for any potential cases for several months.
Health boards all have a nominated lead while frontline staff are being trained.
"The risk of a major outbreak of Ebola in Wales remains very low," said a spokesperson.
Steffan Messenger reports.
09 Oct 2014
- From the section Wales