As we enter the second week of the "Firebreak" Lockdown for some parts of Wales, it seems likely that they will have to endure heavy restrictions after November 9th.
Merthyr Tydful , Caerphilly, Swansea Cardiff and Rhondda Cynon Taf , are all experiencing a large ammount of cases , but clearly the whole of Wales is facing a major crisis
There has been a dramatic rise in Covid-19 case rates in Rhondda Cynon Taf, in the latest figures published by Public Health Wales.
The BBC report that
It came as PHW also reported 24 deaths across the Cwm Taf Morgannwg health board area - which includes Merthyr and RCT. - most occurred over the past seven days.
With numbers as they are , it is imperative thet the FIrst Minister holds his nerve and if he seems it necessary , carry out a seconf "Firebreak" though maybe in a reformed way.
What will be important is that we get behind it and the "Welsh " Tories in particular we shoulf have no more of this .
Mr Davies should perhaps be informed that a misuse of hairdryers can lead to damage and hair loss. Oh!
The aim of all Welsh politicians should be slow Covid 19 until we get a workable vaccine , which is far off.
If it means that we are under some form of Lockdown over Christmas so beit.
Certainly the leader of the Liberal Democrats Sir Ed Davey MP saying on BBC Breakfast that the Government needs to come up with a coronavirus Christmas strategy across all four UK nations is not helpful .
Hang on maybe if Nicola Sturgeon was in charge of the strategy it might just work , but the thought of Boris Johnson , relaxing the rules so his fellow Tory MPs can have a "Good" Christmas leaves me cold.
It is going to be hard, though I reckon this Tweet is not far off the mark