Thousands of operations and appointments at Welsh hospitals and surgeries were cancelled today as doctors took part in industrial action - the first time they've been on strike for 37 years.
Across the UK, 200,000 outpatients appointments have been rescheduled, approximately 30,000 operations have been cancelled and 58,000 routine tests have been postponed, as our health correspondent Mariclare Carey-Jones reports.
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Not a bad day at all, with plenty of sunshine. Feeling chilly throughout.