Pif chiefs visit renews opposition hopes over rule change
Culture secretary said there are no guarantees but officials say they are looking into how to protect people from the threat posed by the virus
In what appeared to be the biggest ever public consultation on a public health issue in Wales, more than 600 people signed up to be part of an official online petition, with more than 6,000 people backing the move to protect people from Ebola.
In a report for the cabinet, the department for culture, media and sport (DCMS) said it had consulted on the consultation in October.
The group, which includes former health secretary Andrew Lansley, also included health professional bodies including the Royal College of Surgeons, Welsh government, local authorities and GPs who would be c카지노 게임 종류oncerned about potential negative consequences.
The petition, which aims to secure the government to keep rules for Ebola cases that include a minimum time before being tested and an effective ban on the practice, attracted more than 6,100 responses. More than 1,000 people signed up to be invited to comment.
The Welsh government said it would publish the cabinet paper in November. “We continue to be actively involved in research in the region as part of the NHS-wide response to Ebola, supporting a range of health-focused education and education-related initiatives in the region”, said a statement.
But David Ford, leader of the Welsh Conservative 세부 카지노 호텔opposition, said the consultation was a waste of time because there were no guarantees. “I think it’s a disaster of a project and the only thing that is guaranteed is that there is going to be consultation because we need all the information,” he told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.
The government did not respond to requests for comment on the review which was published on Tuesday.
Sceptics also accused the government of failing to consult with the public, which should have the final say on whether to introduce any new rules, including whether to ban new Ebola cases from the region from arriving in Wales. The National Health Service said the advice on the Ebola threat was “consistent” with guidance from health ministry doctors and experts.
The British Paediatric Society, which campaigns to remove all cases of Ebola from Britain, also questioned the consultation process, saying the consultation process was dominated by an NHS team and no local or national expert team was consulted.
One expert, a GP from 다 파벳 카지노Swansea who wishes to remain anonymous, said the consultation was the most transparent it had ever seen. “For me to be in the know, I jus