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« Reply #465 on: February 16, 2021, 02:46:46 PM »
Two more people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in North Wales, according to Government data released on Tuesday (February 16).
Figures from Public Health Wales show the death toll for the region now stands at 836, up from 834 yesterday.

In the past 24 hours, 89 new positive tests have also been reported in the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, a total of 31,826 cases have been reported throughout the region.

Across Wales, another 275 positive tests have been reported, taking the overall total of cases so far to 199,793.
The infection rate across Wales is 88.2 per 100,000 population, based on the seven days up to February 11, a decrease from 91.6 on Monday.

The nationwide death toll now stands at 5,145 following a rise of 8.

A further 5,363 tests have been completed in Wales since yesterday, meaning that 2,588,882 tests have been carried out nationally.

The latest data also shows that 795,927 people have now received a first dose of the coronavirus vaccine, up from the figure of 784,809 published 24 hours earlier. Meanwhile, 7,251 people have now received both doses of the vaccine.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 89 new cases - total 31,826

Anglesey: 6 new cases - total 1,855
Conwy: 11 new cases - total 3,343
Denbighshire: 12 new cases - total 4,023
Flintshire: 30 new cases - total 8,889
Gwynedd: 14 new cases - total 2,763
Wrexham: 16 new cases - total 10,953

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       3,343 confirmed
Testing episodes:       54,421  (46,433 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
4,549.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       31,826 confirmed
Testing episodes:       330,902  (47,302 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%

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« Reply #466 on: February 17, 2021, 02:16:11 PM »
Another 15 people with Covid-19 have died in North Wales, according to Government data released on Wednesday (February 17).

Figures from Public Health Wales show the death toll for the region now stands at 851, up from 836 yesterday.

In the past 24 hours, 89 new positive tests have also been reported in the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, a total of 31,915 cases have been reported throughout the region.

Across Wales, another 374 positive tests have been reported, taking the overall total of cases so far to 200,166.

The infection rate across Wales is 85.8 per 100,000 population, based on the seven days up to February 12, a decrease from 88.2 on Tuesday.

The nationwide death toll now stands at 5,175 following a rise of 30.

A further 6,610 tests have been completed in Wales since yesterday, meaning that 2,595,492 tests have been carried out nationally.

The latest data also shows that 807,351 people have now received a first dose of the coronavirus vaccine, up from the figure of 795,927 published 24 hours earlier. Meanwhile, 12,988 people have now received both doses of the vaccine.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 89 new cases - total 31,915

Anglesey: 14 new cases - total 1,869
Conwy: 25 new cases - total 3,368
Denbighshire: 11 new cases - total 4,034
Flintshire: 14 new cases - total 8,903
Gwynedd: 9 new cases - total 2,772
Wrexham: 16 new cases - total 10,969

PHW
Conwy
2,873.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,368 confirmed
Testing episodes:       54,630  (46,611 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,562.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       31,915 confirmed
Testing episodes:       331,934  (47,449 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%

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« Reply #467 on: February 18, 2021, 02:02:52 PM »
Three more people with Covid-19 have died in North Wales, according to Government data released on Thursday (February 18).
Figures from Public Health Wales show the death toll for the region now stands at 854, up from 851 yesterday.

In the past 24 hours, 113 new positive tests have also been reported in the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, a total of 32,027 cases have been reported throughout the region.

Across Wales, another 290 positive tests have been reported, taking the overall total of cases so far to 200,456.

The infection rate across Wales is 83.7 per 100,000 population, based on the seven days up to February 13, a decrease from 85.8 on Wednesday.

Anglesey has the third highest seven-day infection rate in Wales, at 112.8.

The nationwide death toll now stands at 5,189 following a rise of 14.

A further 9,453 tests have been completed in Wales since yesterday, meaning that 2,604,944 tests have been carried out nationally.

The latest data also shows that 822,633 people have now received a first dose of the coronavirus vaccine, up from the figure of 807,351 published 24 hours earlier. Meanwhile, 19,342 people have now received both doses of the vaccine.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 113 new cases - total 32,027

Anglesey: 4 new cases - total 1,873
Conwy: 21 new cases - total 3,389
Denbighshire: 13 new cases - total 4,046
Flintshire: 43 new cases - total 8,946
Gwynedd: 13 new cases - total 2,785
Wrexham: 19 new cases - total 10,988

PHW
Conwy
2,891.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,389 confirmed
Testing episodes:       54,838  (46,789 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,578.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       32,027 confirmed
Testing episodes:       333,218  (47,633 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%

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« Reply #468 on: February 19, 2021, 02:01:30 PM »
OVER 100 new coronavirus cases were reported in North Wales, latest figures show.

Data released by Public Health Wales on February 19 shows that a total of 105 new Covid cases were reported in the North.

This can be broken down to 16 in Anglesey, 13 in Conwy, 12 in Denbighshire, 24 in Flintshire, 26 in Gwynedd and 14 in Wrexham.

The Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board sadly reported a further two deaths, bringing the total to 856.

Across Wales, a total of 533 cases were reported across the country.

Sadly, a further 16 people lost their lives, bringing the total death toll to 5,205.

The average seven-day rate has fallen to 84 cases per 100,000 people.

Data released by Public Health Wales on February 19 shows that a total of 839,065 people have received their first dose of the vaccine and 19,342 received their second dose.

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       3,402 confirmed
Testing episodes:       55,112  (47,023 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,593.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       32,132 confirmed
Testing episodes:       334,797  (47,858 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%

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« Reply #469 on: February 20, 2021, 11:42:37 AM »
These are the seven-day case rates, per 100,000 people, between February 8 and 14:

Anglesey: 111.4 - down from 164.2 for the previous seven days
Conwy: 80.2 - down from 138.2 for the previous seven days
Denbighshire: 64.8 - down from 84.6 for the previous seven days
Flintshire: 121.7 - down from 172.3 for the previous seven days
Gwynedd: 88.3 - down from 86.7 for the previous seven days
Wrexham: 112.5 - down from 199.3 for the previous seven days

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« Reply #470 on: February 20, 2021, 02:13:29 PM »
77 NEW Coronavirus cases have been reported in North Wales, latest figures show.

Data released by Public Health Wales on February 20 shows that a total of 363 new Covid cases were reported in the whole of Wales, with 77 of those in the North.

This can be broken down to 19 cases in Conwy, 14 in Denbighshire, 14 in Gwynedd, 12 in Flintshire, 11 on Anglesey and 7 in Wrexham.
The Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board death toll now stands at 857, with one new death reported in the latest figures.

Across Wales, a total of 363 new cases were reported across the country.
A further 16 people have died, bringing the total death toll to 5,221.

The average seven-day rate has fallen to 83 cases per 100,000 people.

Data released by Public Health Wales on February 20 shows that a total of 853,904 people have received their first dose of the vaccine and 32,002 received their second dose.

Uptake of the first dose by priority group (according to PHW):

80 years and older: 165,352 (90.5%)
Aged 75-79 years: 124,371 (92.4%)
Aged 70-74 years: 169,293 (91.8%)
Care home residents: 14,707 (84.1%)
Care home workers: 36,215 (85.6%)
Healthcare workers: 122,572 (percentage not given)
Extremely clinically vulnerable: 65,298 (84%)

PHW
Conwy
2,918.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,421 confirmed
Testing episodes:       55,388  (47,258 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,604.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       32,209 confirmed
Testing episodes:       336,048  (48,037 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%

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« Reply #471 on: February 21, 2021, 03:33:49 PM »
FOUR further Coronavirus-related deaths have been reported in North Wales, latest figures show.

Data released by Public Health Wales on February 21 shows that a total of 336 new Covid-19 cases were reported in the whole of Wales, with 59 of those in the North - down from the 77 reported for the region a day earlier.

This can be broken down to 14 cases in Gwynedd, 11 in Anglesey, 11 in Wrexham, 9 in Conwy, 7 in Denbighshire and 7 in Flintshire.

The Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board death toll now stands at 861, with four new deaths reported in the latest figures for North Wales.

Across Wales, a total of 336 new cases were reported across the country.

A further 16 people have died, bringing the total death toll to 5,237.

The average seven-day rate has fallen to 83 cases per 100,000 people.

Data released by Public Health Wales on February 21 shows that a total of 860,083 people have received their first dose of the vaccine and 37,773 received their second dose.

Cases:       3,430 confirmed
Testing episodes:       55,594  (47,434 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,612.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       32,268 confirmed
Testing episodes:       337,246  (48,208 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%

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« Reply #472 on: February 22, 2021, 03:17:47 PM »
Another 100 cases of Covid-19 have been recorded in North Wales - making up nearly a third of the new positive tests across the country.

Figures from Public Health Wales released on Monday (February 22) show the death toll for the region stands at 861, unchanged from yesterday.

A total of 32,368 cases have been reported in the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board since the start of the pandemic.

Across Wales, another 319 positive tests have been reported, taking the overall total of cases so far to 202,007.

The infection rate across Wales is 80 per 100,000 population, based on the seven days up to February 17, a decrease from 83 on Sunday.
Anglesey is now the local authority with the highest infection rate in Wales with a seven-day rate of 112.8 cases per 100,000 population, down from 122.8 on the day before.

Flintshire is second with 109.5 cases per 100,000 population, down from 122.4 reported previously.

The nationwide death toll now stands at 5,246 following another nine fatalities.

A further 9,822 tests have been completed in Wales since yesterday, meaning that 2,654,231 tests have been carried out nationally.

The latest data also shows that 862,248 people have now received a first dose of the coronavirus vaccine. Meanwhile, 42,752 people have now received both doses of the vaccine.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 100 new cases - total 32,368

Anglesey: 7 new cases - total 1,918
Conwy: 19 new cases - total 3,449
Denbighshire: 14 new cases - total 4,093
Flintshire: 25 new cases - total 9,014
Gwynedd: 13 new cases - total 2,852
Wrexham: 22 new cases - total 11,042

PHW
Conwy
2,942.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,449 confirmed
Testing episodes:       55,838  (47,642 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,626.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       32,368 confirmed
Testing episodes:       338,813  (48,432 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%

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« Reply #473 on: February 23, 2021, 02:15:53 PM »
Another 96 positive tests for Covid-19 have been recorded in North Wales - as it was confirmed two cases of the South African variant of the virus have been discovered in the region.

Figures from Public Health Wales released on Tuesday (February 23) show the death toll for the region stands at 861, unchanged since Sunday.

A total of 32,464 cases of Covid have been reported in the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board since the start of the pandemic.

Public Health Wales said four additional cases of the South African variant of coronavirus had been discovered in Wales since a previous update on February 17 - bringing the total number to 21.  One with no known links to contacts or travel - was in Flintshire, with a second in Conwy.

Across Wales, another 317 positive tests have been reported, taking the overall total of cases so far to 202,324.

The infection rate across Wales is 78.9 per 100,000 population, based on the seven days up to February 18, a decrease from 80 on Monday.

The nationwide death toll now stands at 5,250 following another four fatalities.

A further 6,300 tests have been completed in Wales since yesterday, meaning that 2,660,531 tests have been carried out nationally.

The latest data also shows that 869,653 people have now received a first dose of the coronavirus vaccine. Meanwhile, 49,729 people have now received both doses of the vaccine.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 96 new cases - total 32,464

Anglesey: 13 new cases - total 1,931
Conwy: 17 new cases - total 3,466
Denbighshire: 13 new cases - total 4,106
Flintshire: 22 new cases - total 9,036
Gwynedd: 20 new cases - total 2,872
Wrexham: 11 new cases - total 11,053

PHW
Conwy
2,957.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,466 confirmed
Testing episodes:       55,967  (47,752 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,640.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       32,464 confirmed
Testing episodes:       339,746  (48,566 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%

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« Reply #474 on: Yesterday at 02:17:10 PM »
Another 60 positive tests for Covid-19 have been recorded in North Wales - as one area has the highest infection rate in Wales

Figures from Public Health Wales released on Wednesday (February 24) show the death toll for the region stands at 867, an increase of six.

A total of 32,524 cases of Covid have been reported in the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board since the start of the pandemic.

Meanwhile Anglesey remains the local authority with the highest seven-day infection rate in Wales.

Across Wales, another 236 positive tests have been reported, taking the overall total of cases so far to 202,560.

The infection rate across Wales is 75.7 per 100,000 population, based on the seven days up to February 19, a decrease from 78.9 on Tuesday.

The nationwide death toll now stands at 5,263 following another 13 fatalities.

A further 5,782 tests have been completed in Wales since yesterday, meaning that 2,666,311 tests have been carried out nationally.

The latest data also shows that 878,506 people have now received a first dose of the coronavirus vaccine. Meanwhile, 59,279 people have now received both doses of the vaccine.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 60 new cases - total 32,524

Anglesey: 4 new cases - total 1,935
Conwy: 10 new cases - total 3,476
Denbighshire: 10 new cases - total 4,116
Flintshire: 18 new cases - total 9,054
Gwynedd: 7 new cases - total 2,879
Wrexham: 11 new cases - total 11,064

PHW
Conwy
2,965.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,476 confirmed
Testing episodes:       56,096  (47,862 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,649.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       32,524 confirmed
Testing episodes:       340,517  (48,676 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%

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« Reply #475 on: Today at 02:07:03 PM »
Two more people diagnosed with Covid-19 have died in North Wales - as another 85 positive tests for the virus were recorded in the region.

Figures from Public Health Wales released on Thursday (February 25) show the death toll for the region stands at 869, an increase of two.

A total of 32,609 cases of Covid have been reported in the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board since the start of the pandemic.

Meanwhile, North Wales no longer has the local authority with the highest seven-day infection rate in Wales - with the top spot now taken by Cardiff.

Across Wales, another 312 positive tests have been reported, taking the overall total of cases so far to 202,872.

The infection rate across Wales is 75.4 per 100,000 population, based on the seven days up to February 20, a decrease from 75.7 on Wednesday.

The nationwide death toll now stands at 5,284 following another 21 fatalities.

A further 10,887 tests have been completed in Wales since yesterday, meaning that 2,677,198 tests have been carried out nationally.

The latest data also shows that 889,270 people have now received a first dose of the coronavirus vaccine. Meanwhile, 69,851 people have now received both doses of the vaccine.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 85 new cases - total 32,609

Anglesey: 7 new cases - total 1,942
Conwy: 13 new cases - total 3,489
Denbighshire: 8 new cases - total 4,124
Flintshire: 18 new cases - total 9,072
Gwynedd: 18 new cases - total 2,897
Wrexham: 21 new cases - total 11,085

PHW
Conwy
2,976.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,489 confirmed
Testing episodes:       56,369  (48,095 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

4,661.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       32,609 confirmed
Testing episodes:       341,750  (48,852 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.5%