One of Wales' newest hospitals is cancelling operations because it can't recruit enough junior doctors.
Staff at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital, which serves much of the South Wales valleys, said patients waiting for orthopaedic surgery will be affected throughout the summer months.
Ronald Davies from Porth in the Rhondda has been waiting in agony for the last eighteen months for knee surgery.
But now his surgery has been postponed and he doesn't know when he will get into the operating theatre.
Rob Osborne reports.
More top news
Missed Wednesday's Wales at Six? Catch up here.
A cloudier night in the north with rain by the early hours. Clear skies in the south mean temperatures here will drop with a possible frost.
The cargo is part of a total of six million surgical masks that have already been brought to Europe from China using Airbus aircraft.