NEWS ROUNDUP: A year since lockdown started and rubbish on the streets of Cardiff
People all over Wales joined with the rest of the UK to remember those who have died with coronavirus as we mark one year since lockdown began. A minute silence was held at midday as we stopped and thought about the people who have lost their lives with the disease in the UK.
Over half of all adults in Wales have received their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine with almost 350 thousand completing their full dose. The news comes as parts of the non-essential retail sector begin to open back up and measures slowly ease.
Rubbish has been left uncollected in several parts of Cardiff as changes to bin collection days are causing confusion. Garden waste was uncollected in Penylan, bags of used nappies were left on the pavement in Pontcanna, and recycling bags were piling up outside blocks of flats in Llanedeyrn. A month ago, Cardiff council switched bin days for thousands of homes across the city, as refuse workers switched to a four-day working week.
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