NEWS ROUNDUP: Fears for the future of the NHS
Leading doctors in Wales have said that rebuilding the NHS after Covid could be a bigger challenge than the pandemic itself. Surgeons say a "radical rethink" of the way hospitals work is needed, while doctors have said that tackling backlogs would be a "huge challenge" for the exhausted staff. Meanwhile, cancer charities fear that the disruption will lead to a huge surge in deaths across the country.
The leaders of Plaid Cymru and Welsh Conservatives have argued that there should be a Wales-specific public inquiry into the handling of the coronavirus pandemic, during the first leadership debate. Adam Price and Andrew RT Davies said the inquiry should take place in addition to a separate UK one. Meanwhile current First Minister Mark Drakeford has said there should be a single inquiry involving all UK nations.
And - Cardiff's Wales Millennium Centre has outlined its plans for comedians and bands to perform in a shipping container outside Wales’ most famous theatre this summer. Stand-up comics will start the programme of events in July, closely followed by live music and drag acts.
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