Health Minister Mark Drakeford AM says the Welsh Government and local health board are well versed in dealing with measles after the Swansea outbreak. He says they are aiming to 'get on top' of what he described as a 'small outbreak' before it gets any bigger.
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Jake Waterhouse careered off the road into Rhyd y Galen, a 22-acre campsite near Caernarfon and ploughed into a row of tents.