Seven more people have died from coronavirus in Wales and more than 1,200 new positive cases have been identified.

Latest figures from Public Health Wales (PHW) As of Tuesday, October 27, it showed that 1,207 positive test results had been reported in the past 24 hours, a slight increase from 1,158 announced on Monday.

A total of 45,046 people have now tested positive in Wales since the pandemic began in March.

PHW also announced the death of seven more people, bringing the total number of laboratory-confirmed deaths to 1790.

On Saturday, October 24, 16 deaths were announced, the highest daily number of deaths since May 28. Health Minister Vaughan Githing He said on Monday Last week was one of the bloodiest weeks in Wales since its peak in April.

Merthyr Tydfil More than 400 (402.8) cases per 100,000 population are now recorded on a seven-day average, up from 379.6 on Monday and 374.6 on Sunday.

Ronda Sinon Taff It had the second highest infection rate with 380.9 cases, compared to 341.1, while … Plainau Joint It came in third place with 345, up 322.1 on Monday.

Wells The average number of cases as a whole is now more than 200 (204.4) cases per 100,000 Persons. The numbers look at a rolling seven-day average between October 18-24.

People in masks walk along almost deserted Queen Street in Cardiff on Monday

These are the main details on Tuesday:

  • Deaths reported today: 7

  • Cases reported today: 1,207 (up from 1,158 Monday)

  • Number of tests performed: 9,798 (down from 14,686 reported on Monday)

  • Total laboratory confirmed coronavirus deaths in Wales: 1,790

Cardiff recorded the most positive cases in the past 24 hours with 203, followed by RCT with 189, Swansea with 134, Neath Port Talbot with 85, Caerphilly with 62 and Wrexham with 60.

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Other local authorities have reported large numbers of cases, including Bridgend with 58, Flintshire with 48, Carmarthenshire with 44, while Merthyr Tydfil had 40, Turfen 36, Plainau Joint with 35 and Newport 31.

Meanwhile Monmouthshire and Gwynnade had 20 new cases, Vale of Glamorgan had 17, Conwy had 16, Powys had 13, Anglesey and Denbighshire each had 11, Pembrokeshire had eight, and Ceredigion had seven.

Cases per 100,000 renewed seven days

Anurin Bevan University Health Board

Blaenau Gwent: 345 (up)

Newport: 141.6 (up)

Turphine: 183.1 (up)

Curvelly: 229.2 (up)

Monmouthshire: 115.2 (up)

Betsy Cadwalder University Health Board

Flintshire: 142.9 (up)

Wrexham: 219.2 (up)

Conwy: 100.7 (up)

Denbighshire: 92 (unchanged)

Joinid: 85.9 (up)

Anglesey: 135.6 (up)

Cardiff University Health Board and Vail

Cardiff: 317.8 (up)

Glamorgan Valley: 74.9 (up)

Cwm Taf Glamorgan University Health Board

Merthyr Tydfil: 402.8 (up)

Ronda Sinon TAV: 380.9 (up)

Bridgend: 229.9 (up)

Hywel University Health Board Dda

Carmarthenshire: 118.7 (up)

Ceredigion: 56.4 (up)

Pembrokeshire: 34.2 (up)

Boise Health Teaching Board

Powys: 54.4 (up)

Swansea Bay University Health Board

Swansea: 288.7 (up)

Neathport Talbot: 299.3 (up)

Wells total – 204.4 (highest)

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Wales has now entered into a 17-day “fire break” lockdown that will continue through Monday, November 9th.

Everyone is expected to stay home where possible, non-essential retail stores will be closed, and Secondary schools will be closed For those in the ninth year and above. Read the full ad Here.

Speaking on Monday, Minister of Health Mr. Githing said: “We are facing a real public health emergency in Wales – we have a period of two weeks during which we need to do everything we can to break the transmission cycle and do everything we can to achieve this to control Coronavirus.

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“We are moving very quickly towards the April peak – the point where the NHS is close to being overwhelmed. But in the spring we had already postponed all planned operations and deadlines.

“If we continue at this rate, we will reach this point within weeks,” he added.

  • 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 close and places of worship other than funerals or wedding ceremonies will be closed.
  • Primary 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.

It was announced on Tuesday that it will search for volunteers to test a possible new vaccine against Covid-19.

Wells’s Public Health Betsy Cadwallader University Health Board They are looking for people to participate in a clinical trial that will examine its efficacy.

Experts say the vaccine has already shown promising preliminary results on antibody levels in healthy volunteers, and no serious safety concerns have yet been identified.

It now requires testing on a large scale and a study of 9,000 people has been launched in around 18 regions across the UK.

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The goal is to recruit volunteers between the ages of 18 and 84 who live within a 30-mile radius Wrexham Participate.

The study will involve volunteers who will make six visits to Wrexham Maelor Hospital over a period of approximately 13 months. Reasonable travel expenses will be reimbursed. You can read more about it Here.

Dr Robin Howe, incident director for response to the novel coronavirus outbreak in Public Health Wales, said, “Public Health Wales is a reminder to people that fire-breaking restrictions come into effect in Wales on Friday 23 October and will continue through the beginning of Monday, November 9th.

We are urging 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 measures have made a difference, more measures are now needed. Cases continue to rise in Wales, hospital admissions are increasing, including those in critical care, and unfortunately too many people dying from the virus. .

“Under the rules, people must stay at home except for very limited purposes. They should not visit other homes 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, other than for children in grades seven and eight. Primary schools and childcare places will remain open.

“Face coverings are still mandatory in indoor public places that remain open, subject to some exemptions and exceptions, including public transport and taxis.

More information on the new rules is available on the Welsh Government website.