Covid-19 News

The Long Covid Personalised Self-management support co-design and Evaluation (LISTEN) study will evaluate the effectiveness of a new self-management support programme, co-designed by people living with long Covid.

Participants will be randomly selected into two groups, one receiving the LISTEN support package, which will involve co-designed book and digital resources and up to six, one-to-one video or telephone call support sessions with Listen trained healthcare practitioners, with the other group receiving their usual care which could include physiotherapy or group sessions.

The study is open to anyone over 18 who has been experiencing long Covid symptoms for 12 weeks or more. People taking part in the study don’t need to have had a positive COVID-19 test but must have experienced one or more of the symptoms consistent with COVID-19, including ongoing fatigue, breathlessness, chest pain, “brain fog” or muscle pain.


You are eligible for a flu and Covid-19 vaccination and invited to attend our closing joint walk-in clinic on 30 November 2022 to be held in Llandovery Rugby Club. 

Clinic access times are 9:00 am-12 30 pm & 2:00 pm-6:30 pm.

Please be advised, that the Welsh Government has asked that all patients eligible for a Covid booster must have more than 13 weeks since their last vaccine and completed courses only.

We hope you can come along, if not, then please contact the surgery on 01550 720648 to book an appointment.

Please ignore this message if you have received your vaccinations or have an appointment booked at another venue.

Diolch yn Fawr.  Llanfair Surgery

Covid 19 Vaccine Q and A

Most frequently asked questions and answers

What will the vaccine do?

The impact of safe and effective Covid-19 vaccines will offer individual protection as well as greater protection for our loved ones and communities.  In time it could mean that restrictions are eased and we can move further towards a return to more normal day-today life.

What are the side effects of the vaccine?

  Like all medicines, vaccines  can cause side effects, though these are usually mild and only last a few days, and not everyone gets them. Very common side effects include: 
• having a painful heavy feeling and tenderness in the arm after the injection for several days after the vaccine 
• feeling tired
• a headache
• general aches, or mild flu-like symptoms
  • A mild fever may occur for two to three days.
  • Rarely, some people have an allergic reaction soon after a vaccination.
  • When will I be able to have the vaccine?

    The Covid-19 vaccine priority list is as follows:

    • residents in a care home for older adults and their carers 
    • all those 80 years of age and over and frontline health and social care workers 
    • all those 75 years of age and over 
    • all those 70 years of age and over and clinically extremely vulnerable individuals 
    • all those 65 years of age and over 
    • all individuals aged 16 years to 64 years with underlying health conditions which put them at higher risk of serious disease and mortality 
    •  all those 60 years of age and over
    •  all those 55 years of age and over
    • all those 50 years of age and over