SERVICES will return to normal next week at a GP surgery after a member of staff tested positive for Covid-19.

A number of staff at Llys Meddyg Surgery, Conwy, self-isolated after the positive test result.

Public Health Wales said that patients who had been treated at Llys Meddyg recently were not being asked to self-isolate.

Patients also do not need to contact the surgery.

A spokesperson from Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) said: "Llys Meddyg Surgery will be resuming services from Monday, September 28.

"Flu clinics will be running as planned on September 29, 30 and October 1, with more flu clinics are planned for October. If you are eligible please contact the surgery to make this appointment.

"If you have an appointment for a flu jab, please make sure you attend, as It is important to protect yourself against the flu this winter."

The practice did not close after the staff member tested positive for coronavirus. Capacity at the practice was reduced for a fortnight.

A spokesperson from BCUHB added: "Please continue to follow advice and guidance from Welsh Government and Public Health Wales to keep our communities safe.”

Visitors should not attend hospital if they are unwell or displaying Covid symptoms.