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« Reply #825 on: January 19, 2022, 10:10:29 AM »
Extensive BBC report........Covid in Wales: What do the stats tell us?

What can different statistics tell us about coronavirus in Wales?

Here we update some of the key areas of data for measuring the pandemic and we also try to explain some of the different measures being used.

First section...........How many people are in hospital with coronavirus?
We've been seeing record numbers of Covid cases in the community but, so far, numbers in hospital have been nothing like we experienced last year and may be starting to fall again, following a rise after Christmas.

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« Reply #826 on: January 19, 2022, 01:13:26 PM »
Check out the above report posted earlier today, with an explanation of the Welsh Covid statistics .

North Wales saw another 13 coronavirus deaths over the last 24 hours today.
Today's tragic figure means the death toll across the region now stands at 1,172.
Across Wales as a whole, there were 23 new Covid-19-related deaths, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 6,731.

There were another 297 coronavirus cases across North Wales over the 24 hours ending at 9am today (January 19), bringing the total number of cases in the region throughout the pandemic to 144,783.

Across all of Wales, there were another 2,136 cases reported today, bringing the total during the pandemic to 748,708.

Figures also show there have now been 2,502,979 first doses of the coronavirus vaccine given out, while 2,346,551 people have been double-jabbed.
There have also been 53,078 third doses of the vaccine rolled out while 1,792,022 have been boosted.
The third dose is considered different to the booster and is given out to people who are immunosuppressed.

Betsi Cadwaladr as a whole: 297 new cases - total 144,783

Anglesey: 35 new cases - total 12,559
Conwy: 36 new cases - total 22,406
Denbighshire: 40 new cases - total 20,957
Flintshire: 100 new cases - total 33,579
Gwynedd: 27 new cases - total 22,838
Wrexham: 59 new cases - total 32,444

The infection rate for every 100,000 people in each area (seven days to January 14):

Anglesey: 481.1 (down from 544.0)
Conwy: 523.9 (down from 558.0)
Denbighshire: 477.6 (down from 513.1)
Flintshire: 409.4 (down from 465.7)
Gwynedd: 375.7 (down from 414.3)
Wrexham: 632.6 (down from 665.7)

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« Reply #827 on: January 20, 2022, 01:41:05 PM »
North Wales saw another eight coronavirus deaths over the last 24 hours today, as Public Health Wales revealed its latest coronavirus data.
Today's tragic figure means the death toll across the region now stands at 1,180.

Across Wales as a whole, there were 21 new Covid-19-related deaths, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 6,752.

There were another 449 coronavirus cases across North Wales over the 24 hours ending at 9am today (January 20), bringing the total number of cases in the region throughout the pandemic to 145,232.

Across all of Wales, there were another 2,768 cases reported today, bringing the total during the pandemic to 751,473.

Figures also show there have now been 2,503,547 first doses of the coronavirus vaccine given out, while 2,347,972 people have been double-jabbed.

There have also been 53,230 third doses of the vaccine rolled out while 1,795,980 have been boosted.
The third dose is considered different to the booster and is given out to people who are immunosuppressed.

Betsi Cadwaladr as a whole: 449 new cases - total 145,232

Anglesey: 37 new cases - total 12,596
Conwy: 61 new cases - total 22,467
Denbighshire: 68 new cases - total 21,025
Flintshire: 76 new cases - total 33,655
Gwynedd: 78 new cases - total 22,916
Wrexham: 129 new cases - total 32,573

The infection rate for every 100,000 people in each area (seven days to January 15):

Anglesey: 434.0 (down from 481.1)
Conwy: 503.4 (down from 523.9)
Denbighshire: 436.8 (down from 477.6)
Flintshire: 354.3 (down from 409.4)
Gwynedd: 332.4 (down from 375.7)
Wrexham: 591.4 (down from 632.6)

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« Reply #828 on: January 21, 2022, 01:18:51 PM »
North Wales saw another two coronavirus deaths over the last 24 hours today, as Public Health Wales revealed its latest coronavirus data.
This means the death toll across the region now stands at 1,182.
Across Wales as a whole, there were 11 new Covid-19-related deaths, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 6,763.

There were another 389 coronavirus cases across North Wales over the 24 hours ending at 9am today (January 21), bringing the total number of cases in the region throughout the pandemic to 145,621.

Across all of Wales, there were another 2,427 cases reported today, bringing the total during the pandemic to 753,899.

Figures also show there have now been 2,504,081 first doses of the coronavirus vaccine given out, while 2,349,478 people have been double-jabbed.
There have also been 53,226 third doses of the vaccine rolled out while 1,800,848 have been boosted.
The third dose is considered different to the booster and is given out to people who are immunosuppressed.

Betsi Cadwaladr as a whole: 389 new cases - total 145,621

Anglesey: 45 new cases - total 12,641
Conwy: 60 new cases - total 22,527
Denbighshire: 50 new cases - total 21,075
Flintshire: 79 new cases - total 33,734
Gwynedd: 52 new cases - total 22,968
Wrexham: 103 new cases - total 32,676

The infection rate for every 100,000 people in each area (seven days to January 16):

Anglesey: 401.2 (down from 434.0)
Conwy: 481.2 (down from 503.4)
Denbighshire: 423.2 (down from 436.8
Flintshire: 336.3 (down from 354.3)
Gwynedd: 281.0 (down from 332.4)
Wrexham: 578.1 (down from 591.4)

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« Reply #829 on: January 22, 2022, 10:09:27 AM »
County seven-day infection rates per 100,000 people
Anglesey: 401.2 (down from 1,247.8
Ceredigion: 297.1 (down from 802)
Conwy: 481.2 (down from 1,385.6)
Denbighshire: 423.2 (down from 1,151.6)
Flintshire: 336.3 (down from 1,310.7)
Gwynedd: 281 (down from 987.5)
Powys: 330 (down from 1,107.7)
Wrexham: 578.1 (down from 1,366.6)

Conwy
Llanfairfechan & Penmaenmawr: Jan 21 cases - 6; Week’s daily average - 4; R Rate - 0.705
Upper Colwyn Bay: Jan 21 cases - 6; Week’s daily average - 7; R Rate - 0.860
Llandudno Junction South & Glan Conwy: Jan 21 cases - 8; Week’s daily average - 5; R Rate - 0.735
Kinmel Bay & Towyn: Jan 21 cases - 5; Week’s daily average - 3; R Rate - 0.818
Colwyn Bay North: Jan 21 cases - 6; Week’s daily average - 4; R Rate - 0.646
Llandudno Town & Gogarth: Jan 21 cases - 4; Week’s daily average - 3; R Rate - 0.524
Old Colwyn & Llanddulas: Jan 21 cases - 3; Week’s daily average - 4; R Rate - 0.574
Betws-yn-Rhos, Llangernyw & Llansannan: Jan 21 cases - 3; Week’s daily average - 3; R Rate - 0.788
Rhos-on-Sea: Jan 21 cases - 2; Week’s daily average - 2; R Rate - 0.536
Llandudno Junction North & Deganwy: Jan 21 cases - 0; Week’s daily average - 5; R Rate - 0.651
Abergele: Jan 21 cases - 5; Week’s daily average - 6; R Rate - 0.900
Penrhyn Bay: Jan 21 cases - 2; Week’s daily average - 2; R Rate - 0.842
Llanrwst & Betws-y-Coed: Jan 21 cases - 7; Week’s daily average - 5; R Rate - 0.921
Llandudno South: Jan 21 cases - 2; Week’s daily average - 3; R Rate - 0.650
Conwy & Afon Roe: Jan 21 cases - 1; Week’s daily average - 2; R Rate - 0.720

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« Reply #830 on: January 23, 2022, 03:46:13 PM »
CORONAVIRUS infection rates are falling in most parts of North Wales, but hospital case rates remain high.

Public Health Wales figures released on Sunday (January 23) show that 496 new cases were confirmed in the region in the 24-hour period between Thursday and Friday.

Just a few weeks ago, daily case numbers in North Wales were up at over 2,000.

As of January 16, 349 people were being treated for Covid in North Wales hospitals - which is more than at any time of the pandemic, including the peak of the second wave this time last year.

Covid patients currently make up roughly 14 per cent of all inpatients at North Wales hospitals.

Sadly, a further eight people who had tested Covid positive in the last 28 days died in Wales in the latest 24-hour period - taking Wales' total number of suspected Covid-related deaths to 6,771.

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« Reply #831 on: January 24, 2022, 02:55:22 PM »
There have been another four coronavirus-related deaths and 695 new cases identified across North Wales in a 48-hour period.
According to Public Health Wales there have now been 1,190 people living in the region who have died within 28 days of a positive coronavirus test.

Across all of Wales there were another 11 Covid deaths, bringing the total number during the pandemic to 6,782.
Across all of Wales there were another 4,327 coronavirus cases, meaning there have now been 761,054 infections during the pandemic.

Figures show there have been 2,506,016 first doses of the coronavirus vaccine given out while 2,358,151 people have been double-jabbed.

An additional 1,813,581 people have been boosted while 53,385 people have had a triple dose - designed for those who are immunosuppressed.

Betsi Cadwaladr as a whole: 695 new cases - total 146,812

Anglesey: 69 new cases - total 12,733
Conwy: 102 new cases - total 22,702
Denbighshire: 122 new cases - total 21,275
Flintshire: 110 new cases - total 33,943
Gwynedd: 104 new cases - total 23,134
Wrexham: 188 new cases - total 33,025

The infection rate for every 100,000 people in each area (seven days to January 19):

Anglesey: 344.1 (down from 365.5)
Conwy: 367.7 (down from 434.3)
Denbighshire: 373.1 (down from 385.6)
Flintshire: 317.7 (down from 323.5)
Gwynedd: 264.1 (down from 271.4)
Wrexham: 521.5 (up from 497.2)

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« Reply #832 on: January 25, 2022, 03:07:17 PM »
Two new Covid-related deaths and 321 new cases of the virus have been confirmed across North Wales.
According to the latest update from Public Health Wales on Tuesday (January 25) there have now been 1,192 people in the region who have died within 28 days of a positive coronavirus test.

The North Wales Covid deaths were the only new fatalities reported across Wales, bringing the total nationwide during the pandemic to 6,784.

Across all of Wales there were another 1,977 coronavirus cases, meaning there have now been 763,031 infections during the pandemic

Figures show there have been 2,506,323 first doses of the coronavirus vaccine given out while 2,359,337 people have been double-jabbed.

An additional 1,816,545 people have been boosted while 53,482 people have had a triple dose - designed for those who are immunosuppressed.

Betsi Cadwaladr as a whole: 321 new cases - total 147,133

Anglesey: 23 new cases - total 12,756
Conwy: 42 new cases - total 22,744
Denbighshire: 50 new cases - total 21,325
Flintshire: 74 new cases - total 34,017
Gwynedd: 32 new cases - total 23,166
Wrexham: 100 new cases - total 33,125

The infection rate for every 100,000 people in each area (seven days to January 20):

Anglesey: 321.2 (down from 344.1)
Conwy: 344.7 (down from 367.7)
Denbighshire: 379.3 (up from 373.1)
Flintshire: 333.8 (up from 317.7)
Gwynedd: 279.4 (up from 264.1)
Wrexham: 511.9 (down from 521.5)

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« Reply #833 on: January 26, 2022, 01:01:46 PM »
Public Health Wales figures released on Wednesday (January 26) show that there were 317 confirmed new cases in the region in the latest 24-hour period.

A full breakdown of new North Wales cases is as follows:

Anglesey - 23
Conwy - 45
Denbighshire - 54
Flintshire - 95
Gwynedd - 17
Wrexham - 83

As of January 16, number of people being treated for Covid-19 in North Wales hospitals (349) remained at its highest point since the start of the pandemic.

The number makes up roughly 14 per cent of all inpatients in North Wales hospitals.

Sadly, a further four people who had tested Covid positive in the last 28 days died in Wales in the latest 24-hour period.

This takes Wales' total number of suspected Covid-related deaths since the start of the pandemic to 6,788.


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« Reply #834 on: January 27, 2022, 02:13:04 PM »
Just over 3,000 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded in Wales in the latest figures published by Public Health Wales (PHW).

Statistics released by PHW on Thursday, January 13, show that a total of 3,007 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded throughout the whole of Wales, with 486 of those cases being in North Wales.

Wrexham - 139
Flintshire - 97
Conwy - 90
Denbighshire - 67
Gwynedd - 58
Anglesey - 35

Sadly, a further 10 deaths have also been confirmed in the latest round of figures. This means that a total of 6,798 deaths suspected to be linked to Covid-19 have been reported in Wales since figures first began in early 2020.

The figures also show that 1,821,786 people in Wales have now received their Covid-19 booster jabs.

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« Reply #835 on: January 28, 2022, 03:49:11 PM »
According to the latest update from Public Health Wales on Friday (January 28), seven-day infection rates have gone up in four areas and there have been three new fatalities in North Wales - meaning the number of people in the region who have died within 28 days of a positive coronavirus test now stands at 1,197.

Outside North Wales, three more more deaths have been recorded, bringing the total number of Covid fatalities in Wales to 6,804.

Locally, seven-day infection rates increased in Denbighshire, Conwy, Flintshire and Wrexham.

Across all of Wales there were another 2,772 coronavirus cases, meaning there have now been 771,516 infections during the pandemic.

There have been 2,507,907 first doses of the coronavirus vaccine given out in Wales while 2,361,757 people have been double-jabbed.

An additional 1,824,858 people have been boosted while 53,672 people have had a triple dose - designed for those who are immunosuppressed.

Betsi Cadwaladr as a whole: 464 new cases - total 148,400

Anglesey: 44 new cases - total 12,858
Conwy: 87 new cases - total 22,966
Denbighshire: 81 new cases - total 21,527
Flintshire: 91 new cases - total 34,300
Gwynedd: 46 new cases - total 23,827
Wrexham: 115 new cases - total 33,462

The infection rate for every 100,000 people in each area (seven days to January 23):

Anglesey: 329.8 (no change)
Conwy: 330.2 (up from 319.1)
Denbighshire: 416.9 (up from 411.7)
Flintshire: 348.5 (up from 348.5)
Gwynedd: 284.2 (down from 285.0)
Wrexham: 555.3 (up from 542.1)

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« Reply #836 on: January 29, 2022, 10:54:18 AM »
Covid cases for 109 areas show North Wales not out of the woods as infections rise in two counties

County seven-day infection rates per 100,000 people
Anglesey: 329.8 (down from 401.2)
Ceredigion: 211.8 (down from 297.1)
Conwy: 330.2 (down from 481.2)
Denbighshire: 416.9 (down from 423.2)
Flintshire: 348.5 (up from 336.3)
Gwynedd: 284.2 (up from 281)
Powys: 332.2 (up from 330)
Wrexham: 555.3 (down from 578.1)

Conwy
Upper Colwyn Bay: Cases on Jan 28 - 17; Week’s daily average - 6; R Rate - 1.692
Llandudno South: Cases on Jan 28 - 9; Week’s daily average - 5; R Rate - 1.500
Colwyn Bay North: Cases on Jan 28 - 6; Week’s daily average - 3; R Rate - 0.917
Llandudno Junction South & Glan Conwy: Cases on Jan 28 - 9; Week’s daily average - 4; R Rate - 1.100
Kinmel Bay & Towyn: Cases on Jan 28 - 6; Week’s daily average - 3; R Rate - 1.042
Betws-yn-Rhos, Llangernyw & Llansannan: Cases on Jan 28 - 3; Week’s daily average - 2; R Rate - 1.000
Llandudno Junction North & Deganwy: Cases on Jan 28 - 6; Week’s daily average - 4; R Rate - 1.455
Penrhyn Bay: Cases on Jan 28 - 3; Week’s daily average - 1; R Rate - 1.200
Conwy & Afon Roe: Cases on Jan 28 - 1; Week’s daily average - 1; R Rate - 0.600
Rhos-on-Sea: Cases on Jan 28 - 1; Week’s daily average - 2; R Rate - 1.133
Llanfairfechan & Penmaenmawr: Cases on Jan 28 - 7; Week’s daily average - 4; R Rate - 1.148
Llandudno Town & Gogarth: Cases on Jan 28 - 2; Week’s daily average - 3; R Rate - 1.000
Llanrwst & Betws-y-Coed: Cases on Jan 28 - 11; Week’s daily average - 7; R Rate - 1.262
Old Colwyn & Llanddulas: Cases on Jan 28 - 5; Week’s daily average - 4; R Rate - 1.320
Abergele: Cases on Jan 28 - 1; Week’s daily average - 6; R Rate - 1.100

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« Reply #837 on: January 30, 2022, 04:20:38 PM »
Another death linked to Covid-19 has been recorded in North Wales, according to the latest coronavirus data issued today (Sunday, January 30).
The death toll across the region now stands at 1,198, the statistics from Public Health Wales show.

Across Wales as a whole, there were eight new Covid-related deaths, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 6,812.

The latest figures also show a further 562 cases of Covid recorded across North Wales - taking the total number of cases in the region throughout the pandemic to 148,962.

Today's data covers the 24 hours to 9am on Friday (January 28) - data reported on Mondays covers the 48 hours to 9am on Sunday.

Across all of Wales, there were another 2,840 cases reported today, bringing the total during the pandemic to 774,356.

Betsi Cadwaladr as a whole: 562 new cases - total 148,962

Anglesey: 63 new cases - total 12,921
Conwy: 121 new cases - total 23,087
Denbighshire: 71 new cases - total 21,598
Flintshire: 74 new cases - total 34,374
Gwynedd: 68 new cases - total 23,355
Wrexham: 165 new cases - total 33,627

The infection rate for every 100,000 people in each area (seven days to January 24):

Anglesey: 325.5 (down from 329.8
Conwy: 340.4 (up from 330.2)
Denbighshire: 431.6 (up from 416.9)
Flintshire: 358.1 (up from 348.5)
Gwynedd: 271.4 (down from 284.2)
Wrexham: 575.2 (up from 555.3)

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« Reply #838 on: January 31, 2022, 01:47:08 PM »
Another three deaths linked to Covid-19 has been recorded in North Wales, according to the latest coronavirus data issued today (Monday, January 31).

The death toll across the region now stands at 1,201, the statistics from Public Health Wales show.
Across Wales as a whole, there were 11 new Covid-related deaths, bringing the total since the start of the pandemic to 6,823.

The latest figures also show a further 824 cases of Covid recorded across North Wales - taking the total number of cases in the region throughout the pandemic to 149,786.
Across all of Wales, there were another 4,528 cases reported today, bringing the total during the pandemic to 778,884.

There have now been 2,510,515 first doses of the coronavirus vaccine given out in Wales while 2,367,526 people have been double-jabbed.

An additional 1,832,484 people have been boosted while 53,747 people have had a triple dose.
The third dose is considered different to the booster and is given out to people who are immunosuppressed.

Betsi Cadwaladr as a whole: 824 new cases - total 149,786

Anglesey: 61 new cases - total 12,982
Conwy: 124 new cases - total 23,211
Denbighshire: 134 new cases - total 21,732
Flintshire: 192 new cases - total 34,566
Gwynedd: 118 new cases - total 23,473
Wrexham: 195 new cases - total 33,822

The infection rate for every 100,000 people in each area (seven days to January 26):

Anglesey: 344.1 (up from 325.5)
Conwy: 391.6 (up from 340.4)
Denbighshire: 470.2 (up from 431.6)
Flintshire: 377.3 (up from 358.1)
Gwynedd: 276.2 (up from 271.4)
Wrexham: 592.8 (up from 575.2)

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« Reply #839 on: February 01, 2022, 03:52:26 PM »
Another 402 cases of Covid were recorded across North Wales today - taking the total number of cases in the region throughout the pandemic to 150,188.

The death toll across the region remains at 1,201, the statistics from Public Health Wales show.
Across Wales as a whole, there were no new Covid-related deaths, meaning the total since the start of the pandemic stands at 6,823.

Across all of Wales, there were another 1,635 cases reported today, bringing the total during the pandemic to 780,519.

There have now been 2,510,933 first doses of the coronavirus vaccine given out in Wales while 2,368,368 people have been double-jabbed.
An additional 1,835,088 people have been boosted while 53,803 people have had a triple dose.
The third dose is considered different to the booster and is given out to people who are immunosuppressed.

Betsi Cadwaladr as a whole: 402 new cases - total 150,188

Anglesey: 27 new cases - total 13,009
Conwy: 51 new cases - total 23,262
Denbighshire: 52 new cases - total 21,784
Flintshire: 100 new cases - total 34,666
Gwynedd: 63 new cases - total 23,536
Wrexham: 109 new cases - total 33,931

The infection rate for every 100,000 people in each area (seven days to January 27):

Anglesey: 359.8 (up from 344.1)
Conwy: 430.0 (up from 391.6)
Denbighshire: 498.5 (up from 470.2)
Flintshire: 381.2 (up from 377.3)
Gwynedd: 268.1 (down from 276.2)
Wrexham: 599.5 (up from 592.8

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