Health boards all over the country agree the best way we can help them through the Covid-19 pandemic is by staying at home.

This simple action will help reduce the number of cases of coronavirus and reduce the strain on medical staff, potentially saving countless lives in the long run.

But many health boards which have been inundated with offers of help have shared the ways they feel the public could best assist them during this global crisis.

Using the latest comparable data available for both Wales and England, which was released on Sunday, the Aneurin Bevan University Health Board area has 86.9 cases per 100,000 people - the highest in the UK.

How can you help?

The health board has set up two distinct methods people can help out at hospitals as they cope with an influx of patients.

People can either give to their official JustGiving page, and an Amazon wishlist has also been set up by the health board which includes items such as toiletries and pyjamas.

To purchase an item for the health board via their wishlist click here.

The fundraising page stresses that PPE, ventilators, beds, drugs, consumables, and additional staff will all be funded by the Welsh Government and extra funds will be used to support staff wellbeing, essential supplies for patients, and increasing volunteer activity.

As of Wednesday, April 1, nearly £22,000 has been raised from donations to the JustGiving page.

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Alison Griffiths, charitable funds manager for ABUHB, said: "We do not yet fully know how we will utilise your donations as none of us have been in this situation before.

"Staff well-being, essential supplies for patients and increasing volunteer activity are some of the things we are currently looking at."

She added: "We are very grateful for your generous offers of donations and continued support for our patients and staff during this time."