COUNCIL staff have been thanked for their hard work particularly those that: “Sacrificed their Christmas with family to lock after others.”
Ceredigion County Council’s chief executive Eifion Evans added his praise for the work of staff over the holidays at Tuesday’s (Jan 12) cabinet meeting saying “our thanks to them is most sincere.”
Council leader Cllr Ellen ap Gwynn highlighted the work of the track, trace protect (TTP), with the team busy throughout December.
“I had personal experience of that because my Christmas present was a positive result but I fell better now,” she added, thanking the team for their work.
Cllr ap Gwynn told cabinet that staffing issues due to Covid-19 at a Aberaeron care home had “improved greatly” and the council had assisted some private care homes with similar problems.
She added that refuse collection delays and issues were now back under control with all staff retuned from holidays.
Ceredigion’s schools are providing care for vulnerable children and those of key workers while face to face teaching is on hold Cllr ap Gwynn reminded cabinet with the situation to be reassessed shortly.
The introduction of a Covid-19 vaccine roll-out in the area was also welcomed as Cllr ap Gwynn updated members on the work that had continued over the holiday period.