Another 19 people died from Coronavirus in Wales, while the number of new positive cases decreased for the second consecutive day.
Public Health Wales (PHW), in its daily update on Sunday 8 November, announced that an additional 744 people have been diagnosed with Covid-19 after a lab test. This was down from the 958 positive cases reported on Saturday, November 7.
PHW also confirmed that 19 people have died from the virus, bringing the total number to 2033.
Merthyr Tedfil It remains the local authority with the highest number of cases per 100,000 over an average of seven days although the number has decreased to 523.8, Down from 610 on Saturday.
Ronda Sinon Taff (RCT) It has the second highest incidence rate with 466.7 Cases per 100,000, down from 517.3 Plainau Joint He is the third with 409.4, Down from 478.1 the previous day.
Wells As a whole now averages 219.1 A house per 100,000 People, down from 245.4 on Saturday and 254.9 on Friday. Fire shutdown ends in Wales on Monday – here 21 things you can do in Wales as of Monday you can’t do today.
These are the main details on Sunday:
Deaths reported today: 19
Cases reported today: 744 (down from 958 on Saturday)
Number of tests conducted: 12,106 (down from 11,252 Saturday)
Total laboratory confirmed coronavirus deaths in Wales: 2033
Ronda Sinon Taff recorded the most positive cases in the past 24 hours with 102, followed by Cardiff with 57, Swansea with 55, Curveley with 55, Bridgetine with 54, Flintshire with 46, and Wexham with 43.
Newport had 34 new cases while Merthyr Tydfil cases decreased to 30; Carmarthenshire had 29, Neath Port Talbot had 25, Powys had 22, Conwy 21, and Plainawuenet had 19.
Meanwhile, Turvin has had 17 new cases, Monmouthshire and Vale of Glamorgan each reported 15, and Serdigen 14.
Four counties had the number of new cases in single digits including Denbighshire with nine, and both Gwynedd and Anglesey with six and Pembrokshire with four.
Cases per 100,000 to trade seven days (Oct 30 – Nov 5)
Anurin Bevan University Health Board
Plainau Joint: 409.4 (down)
Curvelly: 285.0 (down)
Newport: 172.0 (down)
Turphine: 150.1 (down)
Monmouthshire: 130.0 (down)
Betsy Cadwalder University Health Board
Wrexham: 225.1 (down)
Flintshire: 149.9 (down)
Denbighshire: 83.6 (down)
Conwy: 82.8 (up)
Anglesey: 60.0 (down)
Joinied: 52.2 (down)
Cardiff University Health Board and Vail
Cardiff: 242.8 (bottom)
Glamorgan Valley: 143.7 (bottom)
Cwm Taf Glamorgan University Health Board
Merthyr Tidfil: 523.8 (down)
Ronda Sinon Tuff: 466.7 (bottom)
Bridgend: 310.8 (bottom)
Hywel University Health Board Dda
Carmarthenshire: 142.5 (bottom)
Ceredigion: 61.9 (up)
Pembrokeshire: 38.9 (down)
Boise Health Teaching Board
Powys: 125.3 (down)
Swansea Bay University Health Board
Swansea: 317.4 (down)
Neath Port Talbot: 277.7 (bottom)
Wells total – 219.1 (bottom)
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This Sunday will be the last day of Wales’ 17-day lockdown.
The rules required people to stay home where possible, and non-essential retail stores were closed, and High school It is closed for those in the ninth year and over.
Travel restrictions will be lifted after the fire blackout ends on Monday, and bars, cafes and restaurants will open, although there will be Limit two hours on how long you should be in the bars.
Meanwhile, people from two households will be able to bubble again. The new rules will last for two weeks, after which they will be revised to see if more changes can be made.
Earlier today the Welsh Prime Minister Mark Drakford admitted that he did not expect to see the effect of the two-week fire in Wales until after it ended on Monday.
He also believes there is a “road to Christmas” without the need to close another, but that depends on how people behave.
Speaking to Sophy Ridge on Sky Sunday morning, on the final day of the 17-day fire break, Mark Drakford said he expects the number of new cases to continue to rise, even after the fire-breaking restrictions are eased.
“Early indications, particularly on things like travel, are telling us that people in Wales did what we asked of them,” said Mr. Druckford.
“When we come out of the fire-breaking period tomorrow (Monday), we will need to do everything we can to keep this virus under proper suppression.”
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Dr Jerry Shankar, Incident Director for the Response to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak at Public Health Wales said: “Public Health Wales will work with the Government of Wales to monitor the impact of regulations coming at the end of this year. The fire-breaking period is Monday 9 November 2020. We are We support calling on the public to take personal responsibility for their actions and to ensure that we are all doing our best to limit the transmission of the Coronavirus.
“Today is Sunday memorialization, and we remind the audience to please pay tribute to our heroes for the safety of your home. Outdoor commemoration events can be held this weekend with the participation of a maximum of 30 people, including event organizers. Not allowed, so we ask people to bear Responsibility when giving their respects to those who lost their lives in war.
Urgent action has been taken following reports from health authorities in Denmark that a large-scale outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has been found in mink farms, with the subsequent spread of a mink virus in the local community.
“Denmark was removed from the list of coronavirus travel lanes in the UK on Friday 6 November. Any traveler returning to the UK will now be required to self-isolate for 14 days in accordance with national guidelines and legislation. https://www.gov.uk/uk-border-control/self-isolating-when-you-arrive.
“This decision has been taken as a precaution and will prevent danger to Wales and the UK from this new strain. The Public Health Authority of Wales will contact Welsh residents who have been in Denmark for the past 14 days to explain that they and the families are required to self-isolate.
“ We also advise all members of the public who are afflicted with mink or rodents to avoid contact with them while presenting with any symptoms of COVID.
“As we near the end of the meltdown in Wales, we are reminding everyone that this does not mean a return to normality.
“Coronavirus is still active in communities across Wales so we all need to take steps to keep everyone safe and prevent transmission of the disease.”