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US News Brother and sister make their property available to NHS staff with vulnerable family members for just £1 amid surge in coronavirus cases in Wales

08:55  28 march  2020
08:55  28 march  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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NHS staff with vulnerable family members for just £ 1 amid surge in coronavirus cases in Wales They said that NHS staff with vulnerable family can use it during COVID-19 surge The generous offer comes shortly after cases in Gwent were said to 'mirror those in Italy' A brother and sister in Wales have made their rental property available for NHS staff with

However, key workers including NHS doctors and police officers have also been told to 'put their affairs in order' as they fight on the frontline of the pandemic. Talbots Law have been 'doing a lot remotely' during the current surge in clients, but have come across a few situations where staff are still having

a kitchen with a tile floor: Pictured: The kitchen of the flat, given to two NHS nurses working at a hospital hard-hit by the coronavirus in Newport, Gwent © Provided by Daily Mail Pictured: The kitchen of the flat, given to two NHS nurses working at a hospital hard-hit by the coronavirus in Newport, Gwent A brother and sister in Wales have made their rental property available for NHS staff with vulnerable family members for a token fee of £1.  

Siblings Rachel and Rhydian James offered up their property, which is 'walking distance' to two hospitals in Newport, Gwent, to NHS staff who may have vulnerable family who they don't want to risk infecting when they return home after a shift.  

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The first case of the killer coronavirus has been confirmed in London, bringing the total cases in the UK to nine. The latest victim, a woman, was diagnosed this afternoon and is currently being treated for the illness at Guy's 'They are just obviously very concerned about being made scapegoats in all this.'

Medical personnel are working around the clock in Gwent, where cases are said to 'mirror those in Italy' after a huge spike in infections made the Welsh region the UK's worst hotspot after London.  

The county has 358 confirmed coronavirus cases, which constitutes more than half of the 628 infections in the country.


This means it has the highest concentration of confirmed Covid-19 cases per 100,000 people outside London, The Times reported.  

Rachel James said: 'It is in brilliant condition and walking distance from St Woolos and the Royal Gwent Hospital.

a group of people standing on top of a wooden fence: Pictured: The view from the garden of the property, given for £1.00 to two NHS nurses working at hospitals hard-hit by the coronavirus in Newport, Gwent © Provided by Daily Mail Pictured: The view from the garden of the property, given for £1.00 to two NHS nurses working at hospitals hard-hit by the coronavirus in Newport, Gwent 'If there is anyone working their a**e off for us all but has a vulnerable person living at home, it is yours for however long you need it during this nightmare.'

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Family said she was unable to cope 'with her world closing in, being stuck inside'. She was 'concerned about coronavirus and mental health impacts of isolation'. Her sister said Emily was diagnosed with high-functioning autism and 'had a daily battle to fit in and conform to social norms'.

a man wearing glasses: Siblings Rachel and Rhydian James (pictured) offered their rental property to staff at two nearby hospitals © Provided by Daily Mail Siblings Rachel and Rhydian James (pictured) offered their rental property to staff at two nearby hospitals The pair's offer was taken up by two local nurses who 'have vulnerable family at home'.

a woman smiling for the camera: Siblings Rachel and Rhydian James (pictured) offered their rental property to staff at two nearby hospitals © Provided by Daily Mail Siblings Rachel and Rhydian James (pictured) offered their rental property to staff at two nearby hospitals The token £1 charge is to cover for insurance and contracts paperwork.

The pair are now asking for help to furnish the property and have already been inundated with offers of support.

a room with a sink and a mirror: Pictured: The pristine bathroom of the property, given for £1.00 to two NHS nurses working at hospitals hard-hit by the coronavirus in Newport, Gwent © Provided by Daily Mail Pictured: The pristine bathroom of the property, given for £1.00 to two NHS nurses working at hospitals hard-hit by the coronavirus in Newport, Gwent Rachel said: 'We are struggling for certain items to make it as comfortable as possible for them.

'If anyone could donate or lend a double bed frame, single bed frame, sofa or living room chairs, any chest of drawers or pop up wardrobes, we would be so very grateful. 

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'Our NHS staff and social care workers are working round the clock to save lives and should not have to worry about the cost or time restrictions of parking,' Local Kirstie Allsopp, known as co-presenter of Channel 4 property shows including Location, Location, Location, was appearing as a guest on the

a screenshot of a video game © Provided by Daily Mail 'We are more than happy to return these items to you and pick them up locally.'

Generous locals have offered to donate beds, cabinets and clothes rails to the cause.

Stay at home to stop coronavirus spreading - here is what you can and can't do. If you think you have the virus, don't go to the GP or hospital, stay indoors and get advice online. Only call NHS 111 if you cannot cope with your symptoms at home; your condition gets worse; or your symptoms do not get better after seven days. In parts of Wales where 111 isn't available, call NHS Direct on 0845 46 47. In Scotland, anyone with symptoms is advised to self-isolate for seven days. In Northern Ireland, call your GP.

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