This is one to watch out for...
Keep safe on 26 and 27 April - only seek emergency medical care if it really is an emergency and make use of your GP and local pharmacies where needed.
It sounds like it is going to be an extremely difficult couple of days for emergency departments around the country.
Junior doctors in England are escalating strike action next month to include a walk-out of emergency care. It will be the first time ever doctors have refused to provide cover in areas such as A&E and intensive care - the strikes so far have hit routine care. The British Medical Association said it had been left with "no choice" in its fight against the government's plan to impose a new contract. The all-out stoppages will take place from 08:00 to 17:00 on 26 and 27 April. It will mean consultants will have to be drafted in from across the hospital to staff emergency care, potentially causing lots of disruption to many routine services. The Department of Health branded it "desperate and irresponsible" and warned it would harm patients.