Ads linked to Anglesey covid ‘outbreak’ close as council issues warning about customer contact


Ads linked to a coronavirus ‘outbreak’ in Anglesey have closed as the council issued a warning to anyone showing symptoms after contact with customers.The Bull Inn and Twrcyhelun Arms in Llanerchymedd will be closed until further notice, a statement from Bull said on Facebook.

The statement said the decision was taken to protect “staff, customers and the community at large” following an increase in coronavirus cases in the region.

Anglesey council urged anyone showing symptoms of coronavirus after contact with people who have been to pubs to get tested as soon as possible.

Twrcyhelun Arms from Llanerchymedd

The council posted on its Facebook page: “If you are exhibiting symptoms of coronavirus after coming into contact with someone who has recently visited the Bull Inn or Twrcyhelun Arms, PLEASE TEST AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

“A test center is located at one of the Isle of Anglesey County office car parks in Llangefni and is accessible via the road from the Llangefni industrial area (opposite ATS Euromaster, LL77 7JA).

“The tests will be available until 4 pm today; and Monday and Tuesday between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Symptoms of the coronavirus include:

  • new or continuous cough
  • a high temperature or
  • a loss or change in smell or taste


The Bull Inn Llanerchymedd posted on its Facebook page: “Following the increase in Covid-19 cases locally, we have decided in the interest of our staff, customers and the community at large to close The Bull Inn and The Twrcyhelun Arms.

“We are working closely with the Department of Environmental Health at Anglesey County Council to determine the source of the local outbreak.

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“We are also taking a close look at what additional measures we can put in place to help reduce the risk of viruses when we reopen.

“The Welsh government will announce on Monday 19 October the possibility of further restrictions locally in Wales. Once we are aware of these, we will plan accordingly. ”

Meanwhile, Ysgol Llanerch-y-Medd has warned parents and guardians not to send their children to school if a member of their household is showing symptoms of coronavirus.

Writing on its Facebook page, the school said: “If a household member has any of the symptoms of Covid-19 OR is waiting for a Covid-19 test result.

“PLEASE DO NOT SEND YOUR CHILD TO SCHOOL. It is a legal requirement that everyone in the household must self-isolate if the above is relevant. ”

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