Another 16 people have died from Coronavirus in Wales and more than 800 new cases have been identified.

Public Health Wales (PHW), in its daily update on Sunday, November 1, confirmed that 819 more people have been diagnosed with Covid-19 after a lab test.

It’s a big drop from Saturday when more than 1,300 cases were confirmed. However, PHW said the “data transfer issues” between it and NWIS may have resulted in some results not being included in today’s issue.

PHW also added that 16 more people have died from the virus in Wales, taking the death toll to 1,888.

Merthyr Tydfil Somehow it is the local authority with most cases per 100,000 over an average of seven days 634.9, An increase of 586.8 on Saturday.

Ronda Sinon Taff It was the second highest incidence rate with 522.2 Cases per 100,000 cases, up from 515.2 on Saturday while Plainau Joint The third was with 476.7, Jump from 460.9 the day before.

Wells As a whole now averages 267.5 A house per 100,000 People, an increase of 251.0 in a. Saturday.

The numbers look at an average of seven rolling days between October 22 and 28. However, Public Health Wales said that due to the delay in receiving the data, the cases sampled in recent days will not be fully reflected in today’s data, so the most recent ones are likely to be underestimated.

These are the main details on Sunday:

  • Deaths reported today: 16 (up from 13 on Saturday)

  • Cases reported today: 819 (down from 1,301 on Saturday)

  • Number of tests conducted: 7,280 (down from 11899 on Saturday)

  • Total laboratory confirmed coronavirus deaths in Wales: 1,888

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Swansea reported the most positive cases in the past 24 hours with 117, followed by Rhondda Cynon Taf with 106, Cardiff with 69, Carmarthenshire with 58 and Neath Port Talbot with 54.

Other local authorities that have reported large numbers of cases include Merter Tydfil with 47, Corville with 46, Flinshire with 39, Dunbeacher with 38, Plainau Joint with 35 and Wrexham 34.

Meanwhile, Powys had 26 cases, Bridgend had 25, Turfen had 17, Newport had 16, Valley of Glamorgan had 13, Monmouthshire had 9, Gwynid and Conwy had 8, Anglesey had 7, Pembrokeshire had 3, and Syridation had 1.

Cases per 100,000 renewed seven days

Anurin Bevan University Health Board

Plainau Joint: 476.7 (up)

Caerphilly: 312.0 (up)

Turphine: 270.3 (up)

Newport: 179.1 (up)

Monmouthshire: 175.5 (unchanged)

Betsy Cadwalder University Health Board

Wrexham: 274.4 (up)

Flintshire: 179.4 (unchanged)

Anglesey: 118.5 (up)

Conwy: 108.4 (up)

Denbighshire: 85.7 (up)

Joinid: 67.4 (unchanged)

Cardiff University Health Board and Vail

Cardiff: 320.5 (up)

Glamorgan Valley: 118.3 (up)

Cwm Taf Glamorgan University Health Board

Merthyr Tydfil: 634.9 (up)

Ronda Sinon Taff: 522.2 (up)

Bridgend: 282.2 (up)

Hywel University Health Board Dda

Carmarthenshire: 165.3 (up)

Ceredigion: 42.6 (unchanged)

Pembrokeshire: 42.1 (unchanged)

Boise Health Teaching Board

Powys: 108.7 (up)

Swansea Bay University Health Board

Swansea: 381.8 (up)

Neath Port Talbot: 381.7 (up)

Wells total – 257.5 (highest)

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Wales is now over a week in lockdown for a 17-day fire.

The rules required people to stay home where possible, nonessential retail stores were closed, and High schools will be closed For those in the ninth year and above after the mid-term.

  • People in Wales are required to stay home until Monday, November 9
  • All non-core retail, entertainment, hospitality and tourism businesses will be closed as was the case during the March lockdown
  • All community centers, libraries, and recycling centers will also be closed and places of worship other than funerals or wedding ceremonies will be closed.
  • Elementary and private schools will reopen as usual after the midterm, but high schools will reopen to students only in grades seven and eight for the second week of the collapse.
  • Gatherings either indoors or outdoors with people from other families will not be permitted except for adults who live alone and single parents who can join another family for support.

Although a new one-month lockdown has been ordered in England, Wales is set to end its current lockdown on November 9.

Health Minister Vaughan Githing said on Saturday that the new set of national rules imposed after the fire was broken should be enough to see the country into the new year.

Speaking to The Times Radio, he said, “We have made it clear that we are acting at this stage, we are acting in order to obtain a final break in the fire. We will see the benefit after the fire ends.”

“We’ve also been very clear about the new set of national rules that we’re going to put in place, and we all have to do our bit and we as a government have an ongoing responsibility to look into what’s happening and act on the evidence.”

He said that they would not hesitate to take further measures if the situation required so, but that the plan is to reach the year 2021 without further intervention.

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“We want to reach the end of the year, but if we need more work before the end of the year, we will of course be prepared to do so.”

Dr Robin Howe, Director of Incidents for the Response to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak at Public Health Wales said:

We urge the public to abide by the new rules, which are vital to help us regain control of the virus, protect the NHS, and save lives.

Although national and local actions have made a difference, more action is needed. Cases continue to rise in Wales, and hospital admissions are increasing, including those in critical care, and unfortunately, so is the number of people dying from the virus.

“Under the rules, people should stay home, except for very limited purposes. They should not visit other families or meet other people they do not live with.

“Some businesses and places need to be closed, including bars, restaurants and most stores.

“High schools will provide online learning only for the week following the mid-term, except for children in grades seven and eight. Primary schools and childcare places will remain open.

“Covering the face is still mandatory in indoor public places that remain open, subject to some exemptions and exceptions, including public transport and taxis.

More information about the new rules is available in the Government of Wales website.

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