Image source, Family photo Image caption, The life of R's familyobert Gibbon has changed "unimaginably " since his death with Covid, daughter says
Apologies for initial treatment in Wales Covid pandemic is not "not enough ", said some affected by the virus.
Minister of Health Eluned Morgan said sorry after a report by MPs called the UK 's first response the worst failures of all time public health.
Some of those affected, including a woman who lost her father, supported calls for a specific Covid investigation in Wales.
The Welsh government has said a UK-wide inquiry should cover all decisions made in Wales.
Nearly 6,000 people have died from the coronavirus in Wales, according to figures from Public Health Wales.
A A UK-wide Covid investigation is expected to start in 2022 , with Scotland planning to launch its own survey later this year.
Father's death 'could have been avoided '
Rhianna Gibbon, from Merthyr Tydfil, lost her father Robert, 63, to Covid in December 2020.
She said the lessons should have been learned in the second wave after the slow first verrouillage, after her father was sent home from hospital a week before his death due to "overflow " "hallways.
She told Hfrance.fr Radio Wales Breakfast : "An apology is not enough. My father was one of the thousands who lost their lives needlessly.
"I accept the apology, they took responsibility, but this is one of the biggest health problems of all time. They [the government] should be held accountable for officials, there should be a separate investigation into the Covid situation in Wales.
Image source, Family photo Image caption, Robert Gibbon died of Covid in December 2020
She added that her life, that of her mother and her sister had changed "in an unimaginable way" since Robert's death.
"We no longer live, welet's go through it just one day at a time.
"I hope the lessons have taught me, but that doesn 't take away from the fact that we will never see my father again and that it could have been avoided.
"He died in wave two, so by then things should have been better, they should have gotten better and they hadn't done so in wave two .
'Lots of differences ' in Covid responses
Helen Whyley, principal of the Royal College of Nursing in Wales, also said it was unlikely that an apology is sufficient for health workers.
"I'm sure for some families [the apologies] will give them some comfort, but for my members and for the nurses who have lost colleagues during this pandemic, I'm not sure whether an apology will suffice, "she said.
"I think we really need to understand the lessons we need to learn from whathas happened. "
Ima captionge, Anna-Louise Marsh-Rees led a campaign for a specific Covid investigation in Wales
Meanwhile, Anna-Louise Marsh-Rees, co-founded Covid Bereaved Families for Justice Cymru after the death of his father, Ian, said Hfrance.fr Wales Today the MPs report stressed the need for a specific Covid investigation in Wales.
She said: "It 's [the report] almost had to be just England as there are so many differences in the way the four nations made decisions to handle the situation, so it would be nearly impossible to cover this easily.
"Even more, it highlights why each nation needs to look at how it has handled the pandemic in isolation.
The Welsh government said: "The Prime Minister has made it clear that the eUK-wide investigation should encompass all decisions made in Wales.
"Some actions and decisions in the response to the pandemic have been taken at a UK level on a base of four nations - we've always been open to working together where there are shared decisions and shared answers. "
Doctor LS for Covid Clinics
Image caption, Dr Ian Frayling said he caught Covid more than three weeks before the first lockdown - and that he is still in pain
Dr Ian Frayling, Cowbridge's senior pathologist, Vale of Glamorgan, said he contracted Covid-19 in late February 2020.
He said he was initially sick with the virus, before starting to feel tired from the long Covid a few weeks later.
He said the report highlighted the need for long specialist Covid clinics in Wales, as there are in England.
"This issomething that is specific to Wales. For me, I am approaching my 600 day and I am still affected.
"I had to go to England for MRI scans, I have damage in at least six organs.
Dr Frayling said the Welsh government's decision not to set up long Covid clinics was "perverse " and "relatively dangerously stupid ".
The Welsh government has said it is offering a "tailor-made individual approach " to the long Covid so that they can access services as close to home as possible.
A spokesperson added: "People who need more specialized assistance, available only in hospital Basic services will be referred by their general practitioner or healthcare professional. health.
"As we learn more about the long Covid, the program will be reviewed on a every six months.