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Title: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on March 26, 2020, 10:27:53 AM
Latest figures on deaths and infections World Wide.  (https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6)


Live stats feed UK (https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/)


Covid related Scams (https://www.actionfraud.police.uk/covid19)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Dave on March 26, 2020, 11:28:01 AM
Publishing some stats can lead to complacency about the odds of getting the virus. The acceleration rates it's spreading are much more frightening.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on March 26, 2020, 12:49:46 PM
I agree, Dave;  that's why I'd held off until now. But I think our members are sharp enough to know the score. And the infections figure represents only those who've been admitted to hospital;  the real figure is certainly larger, probably by a factor of 10.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 26, 2020, 04:20:46 PM
Council Services Current Situation 26/03/20 [Update 10:25hrs]

https://www.conwy.gov.uk/en/Spotlight/Press-Releases/Council-Services-Current-Situation-180320-1000hrs.aspx (https://www.conwy.gov.uk/en/Spotlight/Press-Releases/Council-Services-Current-Situation-180320-1000hrs.aspx)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 27, 2020, 10:22:03 AM
Over 70s map shows the places in the UK most vulnerable to coronavirus outbreak
Data from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) shows the areas of Anglesey, Gwynedd, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham with the highest concentrations of elderly people living in them.

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/coronavirus-map-shows-north-wales-17989116 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/coronavirus-map-shows-north-wales-17989116)

Click the map below to look at what the situation's like where you live, interesting seeing the different post code numbers.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 29, 2020, 02:25:16 PM
13:57   BBC
BREAKING

10 more deaths announced
Public Health Wales has announced that a further 10 people have died in Wales after testing positive for coronavirus, bringing the total to 48.
The total number of confirmed cases is up 148 to 1241 although the true number of cases is likely to be higher.   

13:19
'North Wales needs its own field hospitals'

Conservative MPs in North Wales are calling for action to ensure the region has adequate capacity to treat patients who test positive for coronavirus.

It comes after the decision to use Cardiff's Principality Stadium as a field hospital for up to 2,000 extra beds to help the NHS fight the outbreak.

Aberconwy MP Robin Millar said: "Our discussions with the chairman of Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board demonstrate both he and the chief executive grasp the urgency and importance of this matter.

"We are grateful that they are driving this forward and they have called a multi-agency meeting for Monday to confirm sites, timescale, process and clear resource requirements."

Vale of Clwyd MP Dr James Davies said: "North Wales needs its own field hospitals.
"We are determined to ensure that Betsi Cadwaladr gets the support it needs to deliver this.

"The NHS is devolved in Wales, so we need to be clear what access Welsh patients will have to local facilities or whether they will need to use provision in Manchester and Birmingham."
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 30, 2020, 03:18:57 PM
THERE have been 13 new cases of coronavirus confirmed in the North Wales region, according to the latest figures    refPioneer

Public Health Wales have stated that 13 more people have now tested positive for COVID-19 in the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, bringing the total number of cases to 82.

Today (Monday, March 30) also saw a further 14 deaths across Wales bringing that total up to 62.   

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on April 01, 2020, 09:43:03 AM
Wed, 1st April:

UK Figures as of 0800

25,150 cases
1,789 deaths

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 01, 2020, 04:22:43 PM
Latest Wales coronavirus death toll confirmed
13:59, 1 APR 2020
Twenty-nine more people have died of coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number of deaths to 98 

Public Health Wales has today recorded 274 new known cases meaning there are now 1,837 in the area although the true number is likely to be much higher.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has five new cases bringing the total number to 91.

Dr Robin Howe, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “274 new cases have tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Wales, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 1,837, although the true number of cases is likely to be higher.

“29 further deaths have been reported to us of people who had tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), taking the number of deaths in Wales to 98.
https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/latest-wales-coronavirus-death-toll-18021884 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/latest-wales-coronavirus-death-toll-18021884)


A further 563 patients with coronavirus have died in the UK, taking the total number of deaths in hospitals to 2,352.
The Department of Health said 29,474 people have tested positive for the virus, up 4,324 since Tuesday.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-52122761 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-52122761)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 02, 2020, 02:03:47 PM
2:00pm
BREAKING: 284 new cases have tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Wales, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 2,121, although the true number of cases is likely to be higher.
19 further deaths have been reported, taking the number of deaths in Wales to 117.                                        refPioneer


14:03
BREAKING  BBC
UK death toll rises to 2,921
A total of 2,921 people have now died from coronavirus in the UK, according to the Department of Health and Social Care.

In a tweet, the government department said the figure was accurate as of 17:00 BST on 1 April and covered those who had been hospitalised and tested positive for the virus.

It was also confirmed that 163,194 people had been tested as of 09:00 on 2 April, with 33,718 testing positive.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on April 02, 2020, 02:29:59 PM
And some, incredibly, still believe this is a hoax.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 02, 2020, 04:29:26 PM
Coronavirus (COVID-19)
as of 09:00 (GMT) on 02/04/2020 - Source: PHE
Confirmed cases in Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
117
Total UK cases
33,718
Daily UK cases
4,244
Total UK deaths
2,921
England
28,221
Scotland
2,602
Wales
2,121
N.Ireland
774
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: DVT on April 02, 2020, 07:27:19 PM
The figures for our area (Betsi Cadwalladar) seems low compared to everywhere else - is this because it hasn't got a grip here, or because very few people have been tested? ... either way, we need to stay safe.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 03, 2020, 04:31:43 PM
Twenty-four more people have died of coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number of deaths to 141.

Public Health Wales has today recorded 345 new known cases meaning there are now 2,466 in the area, although the true number is likely to be much higher.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 16 new cases, bringing the total number to 133.

More than 3,600 people have now died of coronavirus in the UK.
The UK death toll has risen to 3,605 after another 684 patients died in just 24 hours.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on April 03, 2020, 05:49:30 PM
As of 1730 today, April 3rd, Covid 19 cases and deaths have begun to plateau in some European countries, including Italy and Spain, although cases and deaths continue to accelerate in the UK and the US. More people in the UK have died with coronavirus than in China, according to today’s figures from Johns Hopkins University.

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Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 04, 2020, 02:58:42 PM
Thirteen more people have died of coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number of deaths to 154.

Public Health Wales has today recorded 387 new known cases meaning there are now 2,4853 in the area, although the true number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 45 new cases, bringing the total number to 178.

Dr Chris Williams, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “387 new cases have tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Wales, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 2,853, although the true number of cases is likely to be higher.

“13 further deaths have been reported to us of people who had tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), taking the number of deaths in Wales to 154.                              https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/latest-wales-coronavirus-death-toll-18043209 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/latest-wales-coronavirus-death-toll-18043209)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 05, 2020, 02:31:09 PM
MORE than 350 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across Wales, a health chief has said.

Dr Giri Shankar, incident director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, gave an update on the figures on Sunday afternoon.

Of the 355 new cases in Wales, 11 are within the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area, bringing the North Wales total to 189.

The total number of confirmed cases across Wales is now 3,197, although the true number of cases is likely to be higher.
Dr Shankar said: “12 further deaths have been reported to us of people who had tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), taking the number of deaths in Wales to 166.

https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18359582.350-new-coronavirus-cases-confirmed-across-wales/ (https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18359582.350-new-coronavirus-cases-confirmed-across-wales/)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Hugo on April 05, 2020, 03:42:34 PM
I was talking to a neighbour this morning and he told me about an allegation that he had heard.        I have not heard the allegation before and I do listen to the Welsh news quite often so it may be one of those stories that gets exaggerated as they are passed from one person to another

Anyway what he said was that the cases of Coronavirus in Anglesey had accelerated and were  disproportionate to the rest of North Wales and it was put down to the influx of second home owners and tourists descending on the island during this outbreak.

Have you heard anything about this Steve?        If it's true then I can understand why the person wanted the Army to check all the people arriving and departing from Anglesey
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 05, 2020, 05:00:28 PM
I did read the story, my impression/opinion was a politician "shouting for effect" I do find AM's are good at this, I thought it strange that they wanted the army brought in, but we only read whats in the local press, I have heard rumours today of second home owners traveling overnight, and although the locals complained to the police, once in their home, nothing they could do, I looked at both web cam sites today, both Westshore and traffic empty.

From the BBC
Police have issued a warning to Scotland's chief medical officer for visiting her second home in Fife during the coronavirus lockdown.    &shake&

Coronavirus: Beauty spots deserted as most stay at home
Normally bustling high streets and popular beauty spots across Wales have been deserted as many people heeded advice and stayed home.
Under government guidance people are only meant to leave the house for essential reasons, including for one form of exercise a day, in a bid to curb the spread of coronavirus.

But Welsh police forces had feared the sunny weather would see people break the restrictions.
Carla Imbrenda, a mountain guide in Snowdonia, said it was "super quiet" and people were "doing their bit" and staying home to curb the pandemic.
04 Apr 2020
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 06, 2020, 04:22:22 PM
Another 27 people have died of coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number of deaths to 193.       ref  DP

Public Health Wales has today recorded 302 new known cases, meaning there are now 3,499 in Wales, although the true number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 37 new cases, bringing the total number to 226.

Dr Giri Shankar, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “302 new cases have tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) in Wales, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 3,499, although the true number of cases is likely to be higher.

“27 further deaths have been reported to us of people who had tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), taking the number of deaths in Wales to 193.    https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/coronavirus-death-toll-rises-193-18050539 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/coronavirus-death-toll-rises-193-18050539)




Public health Wales web site rapid surveillance      https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection# (https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection#)!/vizhome/RapidCOVID-19virology-Public/Headlinesummary
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 07, 2020, 02:37:52 PM
2:05pm
Full breakdown by local health board:​

Aneurin Bevan: 57 new cases, 1160 total
Betsi Cadwaladr: 18 new cases, 244 total
Cardiff and Vale: 55 new cases, 943 total
Cwn Taf: 44 new cases, 578 total
Hywel Dda: 31 new cases, 244 total
Powys: Three new cases, 58 total
Swansea Bay: 78 new cases, 490 total
Resident outside Wales: Two new cases, 29 total
To be confirmed: Three new cases, 44 total
Wales Total - 291 new cases, 3790 total

Another 19 people have died of coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number of deaths to 212.

Public Health Wales has today recorded 291 new known cases, meaning 3,790 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the true number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 18 new cases, bringing the total number to 244 in North Wales.

Dr Giri Shankar, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “291 new cases have tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) in Wales, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 3,790, although the true number of cases is likely to be higher.

“19 further deaths have been reported to us of people who had tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), taking the number of deaths in Wales to 212.   ref DP
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 07, 2020, 04:56:15 PM
Stats by county...  Conwy county showing 26 cases,

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the link takes you to BBC updates, it will be
a little way down the report..........  https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-wales-52182891 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-wales-52182891)




Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 08, 2020, 10:32:27 AM
Thanks for the edit Ian, it is the first time they gave out the numbers by county.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on April 08, 2020, 10:47:17 AM
 $drink$
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 08, 2020, 03:09:57 PM
33 new cases of coronavirus have been identified across north Wales, a health chief has said.

Of the new cases, three are in Wrexham and seven are in Flintshire. A further 10 were confirmed in Denbighshire, seven in Conwy, one on Anglesey and five in Gwynedd.

The total number of cases confirmed across the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board areas is now 277 - 63 of which are in Wrexham and 75 of which are in Flintshire.

Speaking of the national figures Dr Robin Howe, incident director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “284 new cases have tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Wales, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 4,073, although the true number of cases is likely to be higher.

“33 further deaths have been reported to us of people who had tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), taking the number of deaths in Wales to 245.

More  https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18366947.33-new-cases-coronavirus-confirmed-across-north-wales/ (https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18366947.33-new-cases-coronavirus-confirmed-across-north-wales/)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 09, 2020, 04:27:26 PM
2:03pm   Pioneer
BREAKING: 16 new cases have tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Wales, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 4,089, although the true number of cases is likely to be higher.

41 further deaths have been reported taking the number of deaths in Wales to 286.

Dr Robin Howe, incident director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: "
Due to a change in our reporting process, today we are reporting a lower than usual number of new cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Wales.
“Today’s figures reflect a much shorter period of six hours of testing.  Case numbers will return to normal on Friday, as we return to 24 hour reporting."

Breakdown of cases by North Wales local authority area:

Anglesey: No new cases, 16 total cases
Conwy: No new cases, 33 total cases
Denbighshire: One new case, 57 total cases
Flintshire: No new cases, 75 total cases
Gwynedd: No new cases, 34 total cases
Wrexham: One new case, 64 total cases
North Wales Total - Two new cases, 279 total cases

816 people with confirmed coronavirus in hospital today, with a further 344 suspected cases.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Rob williams on April 10, 2020, 08:39:38 AM
 $3towns$ I must say I like this page it gives a good source of objective locally relevant data.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on April 10, 2020, 09:58:28 AM
Good to hear, Rob, and welcome to the forum.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 10, 2020, 10:12:33 AM
Hi Rob, thank you and Welcome.


A couple of overnight DP articles, mostly from yesterday ...............

Coronavirus heatmap shows county by county breakdown of the worst hit areas in Wales
The number of deaths has increased again across the country.
https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/coronavirus-heatmap-shows-county-county-18067924 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/coronavirus-heatmap-shows-county-county-18067924)

Full list of confirmed coronavirus cases and deaths in Wales and North West
The UK death toll has nearly reached 8,000.
https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/full-list-confirmed-coronavirus-cases-18072402 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/full-list-confirmed-coronavirus-cases-18072402)


Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 10, 2020, 04:44:18 PM
Another 29 people have died of coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number of deaths to 315.                  ref DP

Public Health Wales today recorded 502 new known cases, meaning 4,591 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the true number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 51 new cases, bringing the total number to 330 in North Wales. 

Since the beginning of the outbreak, 18 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 36 in Conwy, 74 in Denbighshire, 90 in Flintshire, 37 in Gwynedd and 75 in Wrexham.

Dr Robin Howe, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “502 new cases have tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) in Wales, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 4,591, although the true number of cases is likely to be higher.

“29 further deaths have been reported to us of people who had tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), taking the number of deaths in Wales to 315.                 


Updated: 2:00pm Friday 10 April          https://covid19-phwstatement.nhs.wales/

     


Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 11, 2020, 04:18:47 PM
NORTH WALES
THERE have been 40 new coronavirus cases in North Wales, latest figures confirm.         ref Pioneer

Of which include eight in Flintshire, four in Wrexham, seven in Conwy, five in Anglesey and eight in Denbighshire and Gwynedd.

New cases across Wales have hit 340 bringing the total number to 4,930 - though this figure is likely to be much higher.
36 deaths were also recorded in 24-hours, bringing the total across Wales to 351

The total figure of positive cases in Flintshire now stands at 98, Wrexham at 79, Anglesey at 23, Conwy at 43, Denbighshire at 82 and Gwynedd at 45.

Dr Chris Williams, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “We offer our condolences to families and friends affected, and we ask those reporting on the situation to respect patient confidentiality.

“All available data relating to Coronavirus in Wales is now available on a new user-friendly data dashboard, which is available on the Public Health Wales website.

“Public Health Wales is working to address the negative impact of COVID-19 on the social, mental and physical wellbeing of people in Wales. The new ‘How are you doing?’ campaign is now live and offering practical advice from phw.nhs.wales/howareyoudoing.
  (Would appear to be teething problems with this new page)


UK figures
Coronavirus: 917 new coronavirus deaths as UK told to stay home

The UK has recorded 917 new coronavirus deaths, taking the total number of people who have died in hospital with the virus to 9,875.

The figure is slightly down from Friday, which at 980 exceeded the worst daily figures seen in Italy and Spain.

It comes as the UK spends the Easter weekend under lockdown, with the public being told to stay at home.

Meanwhile, some NHS staff say they still do not have the protective equipment they need to treat patients.
Among the latest deaths is an 11-year-old, according to NHS England.

The UK-wide figures, which are accurate as of 17:00 BST on Friday, do not include those who died in care homes or the community.
In Scotland 47 more deaths were reported on Saturday, while 36 were reported in Wales and 15 in Northern Ireland.

cont https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-52256169 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-52256169)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 12, 2020, 02:17:15 PM
Updated: 2:00pm Sunday 11 April                                      https://covid19-phwstatement.nhs.wales/

Dr Giri Shankar, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said:

“367 new cases have tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Wales, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 5,297, although the true number of cases is likely to be higher. 

“18 further deaths have been reported to us of people who had tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), taking the number of deaths in Wales to 369.
                   
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 12, 2020, 04:02:01 PM
The UK has recorded 737 new coronavirus-related hospital deaths, taking the total number to 10,612.

It comes after one of the government's senior scientific advisers said the UK is likely to be among the worst-affected European countries.
In response, Business Secretary Alok Sharma said countries were on "different trajectories".
This breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly. ref BBC


THERE have been 48 new coronavirus cases in North Wales, latest figures confirm.              ref Pioneer
Of which include two in Anglesey, eight in Conwy, 11 in Denbighshire, eight in Flintshire, 11 in Gwynedd and eight in Wrexham.

The total number of new cases across Wales rose by 367, bringing the total number to 5,297.
18 further deaths have been reported, bringing the total to 369.

The total number of positive cases for Anglesey now stands at 25, Conwy at 51, Denbighshire at 93, Flintshire at 106, Gwynedd at 56 and Wrexham at 87.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: bigbadhenry on April 13, 2020, 07:59:23 AM
BBC never names sources, it always we heard from a government spokesman, a Doctor from a London hospital etc. Sounds like misinformation to me.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on April 13, 2020, 09:57:00 AM
If you don't trust the BBC then use our stats link—the first post in this topic. The two liks are live and from Johns Hopkins University via WHO.

For ease, here they are:

Latest figures on deaths and infections World Wide.  (https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6)


Live stats feed UK (https://www.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/f94c3c90da5b4e9f9a0b19484dd4bb14)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Blongb on April 13, 2020, 11:46:02 AM
I've found https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection#!/vizhome/RapidCOVID-19virology-Public/Headlinesummary (https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection#!/vizhome/RapidCOVID-19virology-Public/Headlinesummary) to have a lot more detailed local Welsh Information $welsh$
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 13, 2020, 02:26:33 PM
You need a pen and paper for this.............and to think I thought they were not testing fast enough.

Video: Priti Patel: 'there have been 300,034 974,000 tests carried out'
Priti Patel had trouble with getting her words and data out at the Downing St daily press briefing.

https://metro.co.uk/video/priti-patel-300-034-974-000-tests-carried-out-2149924/


THERE have been 313 more confirmed cases of coronavirus across Wales, according to the latest announcement by Public health officials, with 45 in the North Wales region.

In North Wales, covered by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there is now a total of 463 confirmed cases of COVID-19 – as rise of 45 from the figures released on Easter Sunday.

Today, April 13, there have been two new cases in Anglesey, five in Wrexham, six in Conwy, seven in Flintshire, nine in Gwynedd and 17 in Denbighshire.

Dr Robin Howe, incident director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, https://covid19-phwstatement.nhs.wales/    said: “313 new cases have tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Wales, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 5,610, although the true number of cases is likely to be higher.

“15 further deaths have been reported to us of people who had tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), taking the number of deaths in Wales to 384.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on April 13, 2020, 03:02:30 PM
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You need a pen and paper for this.............and to think I thought they were not testing fast enough.

Video: Priti Patel: 'there have been 300,034 974,000 tests carried out'
Priti Patel had trouble with getting her words and data out at the Downing St daily press briefing.

https://metro.co.uk/video/priti-patel-300-034-974-000-tests-carried-out-2149924/

It would have been nice had she bothered to read the statement carefully before going on air. The simple fact is that we're not testing quickly enough or as many people as we ought.

I know I bang on about this but that this has arrived should come as a surprise to no one.  We've had warnings galore since 2002, yet despite the vast numbers of warnings, the fact that pandemics afflict the world around every eighty years or so and we hadn't had once since 1918 and the fact that the WHO has been constantly warning that we had very lucky escapes with AIDS, SARS and MERS the government has, since 2010, consistently starved the NHS of funding and resources and reduced it to state where it has only barely been coping with 'normal' winters, let alone a full-blown Pandemic. 

I hope when this has all passed the voters don't forget who left us in this situation and which party has overseen the persistent erosion of the NHS throughout the `UK.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 14, 2020, 02:28:56 PM
2:08pm  ref Pioneer
Breakdown of cases by local authority in North Wales:

North Wales, covered by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board reports 14 new cases of COVID-19 on April 14 after testing in hospitals.

Here is the latest Public Health data broken down by county of residence...

Anglesey: One new case, 28 total cases
Conwy: Two new cases, 59 total cases
Denbighshire: Two new cases, 111 total cases
Flintshire: Four new cases, 117 total cases
Gwynedd: One new case, 66 total cases
Wrexham: Four new cases, 96 total cases
North Wales Total: 14 new cases, 477 total cases

Public Health Wales statement on Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
Updated: 2:00pm Tuesday 14 April

Dr Robin Howe, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said:

“238 new cases have tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Wales, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 5,848, although the true number of cases is likely to be higher.

“19 further deaths have been reported to us of people who had tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), taking the number of deaths in Wales to 403.

full statement   https://covid19-phwstatement.nhs.wales/
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 15, 2020, 02:33:50 PM
Updated: 2:00pm Wednesday 15 April
Dr Giri Shankar, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said:

“272 new cases have tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Wales, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 6,118, although the true number of cases is likely to be higher.

“60 further deaths have been reported to us of people who had tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), taking the number of deaths in Wales to 463.            full report   https://covid19-phwstatement.nhs.wales/ (https://covid19-phwstatement.nhs.wales/)


REF Pioneer...
In the North Wales region, covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there have been a further 68 confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the overall total in this area to 544.

This number includes three cases in Anglesey, nine in Wrexham, 12 in Flintshire, 13 in Denbighshire, 15 in Conwy and 16 in Gwynedd.

Dr Giri Shankar, incident director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “272 new cases have tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Wales, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 6,118, although the true number of cases is likely to be higher.

“60 further deaths have been reported to us of people who had tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), taking the number of deaths in Wales to 463.                               https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18381184.dozens-coronavirus-cases-confirmed-north-wales-latest-figures-released/ (https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18381184.dozens-coronavirus-cases-confirmed-north-wales-latest-figures-released/)

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 16, 2020, 02:27:18 PM
2:10pm ref Pioneer
BREAKING: Latest figures from Public Health Wales

The total number of cases across Wales today has risen to 6,401 - a jump of 284 compared to yesterday (April 15).

The total number of suspected COVID-19 deaths published by the Public Health Wales data tool for the country stands at 495 - a rise of 32 people.

In the North Wales region, covered by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there have been a total of 50 new cases broken down as follows...

Anglesey - Five new cases
Conwy - Six new cases
Denbighshire - Nine new cases
Flintshire - Four new cases
Gwynedd - 21 new cases
Wrexham - Five new cases
In total, this brings the number of positive cases identified from hospitals in the region to 594


Public health Wales figures    https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection#!/vizhome/RapidCOVID-19virology-Public/Headlinesummary
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 17, 2020, 03:12:53 PM
THERE have been 40 new cases of coronavirus confirmed in the North Wales region, according to the latest figures.

Public Health Wales has stated 40 more people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, bringing the total number of cases to 634.

Today, April 17, also saw a further 11 deaths across Wales bringing that total up to 506.

Dr Giri Shankar, incident director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “The First Minister yesterday (April 16) confirmed the extension of lockdown measures, which will remain in place for a further three weeks.

https://www.leaderlive.co.uk/news/18387260.coronavirus-cases-north-wales-reach-634-40-confirmed-public-health-wales---11-deaths-across-wales/ (https://www.leaderlive.co.uk/news/18387260.coronavirus-cases-north-wales-reach-634-40-confirmed-public-health-wales---11-deaths-across-wales/)

84 total   confirmed cases in Conwy ....ref BBC
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 18, 2020, 10:25:39 AM
The heat maps which show how coronavirus infection rates have risen where you live
Gwynedd has seen infection rates triple in just over a week, while other counties have more than doubled.

New figures have revealed the extent to which coronavirus infection rates have increased in different parts of North Wales.

Gwynedd has seen a dramatic rise over the last week, with the numbers infected in the county more than tripling from 27.4 per 100,000 people on April 9 to 90.2 on Friday, April 17.

Meanwhile, Anglesey's numbers rose by nearly two and half times, from 22.9 per 100,000 people to 55.7, with Conwy increasing from 28.2 to 71.7.

Cont  https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/heat-maps-show-how-coronavirus-18108380 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/heat-maps-show-how-coronavirus-18108380)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 18, 2020, 02:15:28 PM
For full details visit the PHW site below, and use the heading links for further details.......

DOZENS more cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in North Wales in the last day.         ref Pioneer

Public Health Wales figures revealed that there 45 new confirmed cases of the virus in the region, with 28 new deaths across Wales.

There are 292 cases across Wales, bringing the national total to 6,936.

To date, 534 people in Wales have died after testing positive for coronavirus.


public health Wales figures, with links and summaries

https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection#!/vizhome/RapidCOVID-19virology-Public/Headlinesummary

78.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population
Conwy
New cases:       8 confirmed (out of 20 testing episodes)
Total cases:       92 confirmed (out of 410 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       22.4%

97.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       45 confirmed (out of 94 testing episodes)
Total cases:       679 confirmed (out of 2,384 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       28.5%

*Proportion of all individuals tested who are confirmed with COVID-19.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 19, 2020, 10:05:12 AM
Coronavirus deaths in care homes could be much higher than recorded                                  ref Pioneer
New data fro the National Care Forum (NCF) suggests the number of coronavirus related deaths across the UK could be higher than recorded.

The (NCF) estimates more than 4,000 elderly and disabled people have died across all residential and nursing homes.

While only 217 such care home deaths have been officially recorded in England and Wales up to 3 April.

National Care Forum             
https://www.nationalcareforum.org.uk/ncf-press-releases/ring-of-steel-needed-to-support-care-homes-as-deaths-double-in-a-week/ (https://www.nationalcareforum.org.uk/ncf-press-releases/ring-of-steel-needed-to-support-care-homes-as-deaths-double-in-a-week/)


PS   BBC report    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-52341403 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-52341403)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 19, 2020, 02:31:23 PM
14:01
BREAKING   BBC
41 more deaths in Wales
Forty one more people who tested positive for coronavirus have died, taking Wales' total to 575.

The daily figure announced by Public Health Wales includes deaths in hospitals and may also include some deaths recorded in community settings like care homes.

An additional 334 people have test positive for coronanvirus, taking the total number of confirmed cases to 7,270, although the true figure is expected to be higher because not everyone is tested.


Conwy
89.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       13 confirmed (out of 37 testing episodes)
Total cases:       105 confirmed (out of 446 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       23.5%

106.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       62 confirmed (out of 178 testing episodes)
Total cases:       741 confirmed (out of 2,558 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       29.0%

*Proportion of all individuals tested who are confirmed with COVID-19.                             https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection#!/vizhome/RapidCOVID-19virology-Public/Headlinesummary
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 19, 2020, 04:09:50 PM
Additional info.  ref DP

A further 41 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 575.

Public Health Wales today recorded 334 new known cases, meaning 7,270 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 62 new cases, bringing the total number to 741 in North Wales.

Since the outbreak began, 45 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 105 in Conwy, 161 in Denbighshire, 157 in Flintshire, 130 in Gwynedd and 143 in Wrexham.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Quiggs on April 19, 2020, 07:34:18 PM
I wish they would say how many have survived an infection, to give us hope. it’s all doom and gloom at the moment.  &shake&
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Dave on April 19, 2020, 07:56:53 PM
The most worrying statistic for North Wales at the moment is that confirmed cases are doubling at an alarming rate.
Keep that social distance from everyone and don't think we are getting off lightly here... it might be about to explode.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on April 20, 2020, 10:47:44 AM
It's very puzzling, that; I wonder if the acknowledged lack of testing means there may well be a lot more folk infected than are being identified? In a sense that might be good news, in a way. If it's true, it could mean (and I stress 'could') that the overall danger of the disease isn't as great as we currently believe. If a whole lot more are infected but not displaying major symptoms it could mean that the disease in most cases isn't severe.  Currently, we're only seeing the most severe cases.

Having  said that, the UK has now experienced more than 16,000 deaths.  That's a great deal worse than a really bad influenza year. So it's still a deadly disease. We'll not know all the answers until and unless there's some sort of mass testing available.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 20, 2020, 11:14:19 AM
WALES’ first minister Mark Drakeford has admitted that the operation to test care workers and others across the country has not gone to plan.

Speaking on BBC Politics Wales, Mr Drakeford said the process had become too bureaucratic and has now announced that the Welsh Government has consulted the army to help with a “slicker and more efficient” process.

The Welsh Government had predicted that by now there would have been 5,000 tests being carried out per day, but on Friday only 783 tests were carried out.

Cont   https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18390826.mark-drakeford-announces-covid-19-testing-review-wales/ (https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18390826.mark-drakeford-announces-covid-19-testing-review-wales/)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 20, 2020, 02:45:27 PM
2:15pm      Pioneer
BREAKING: The latest Public Health Wales figures show there were 41 new cases confirmed across North Wales covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board taking the overall total up to 782.

These include 17 new cases in Wrexham, 10 in Gwynedd, seven in Flintshire, four in Denbighsire and three in Conwy. No new cases were recorded for Anglesey.
Across Wales, there were nine new deaths recorded bringing the country total to 584.

These numbers are just the recorded/known COVID cases and deaths, with health officials saying that the actual number is likely to be higher.

Ref Daily Post  A further nine people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 584.

Public Health Wales today recorded 276 new known cases, meaning 7,546 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

However, the organisation has today said that the number of new cases seems to be "levelling-off" showing that lockdown measures are working.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 41 new cases, bringing the total number to 782 in North Wales.

Since the outbreak began, 45 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 108 in Conwy, 165 in Denbighshire, 164 in Flintshire, 140 in Gwynedd and 160 in Wrexham.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 21, 2020, 11:37:08 AM
10:13am
New figures of deaths outside hospitals

New figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show there were 1,662 deaths involving Covid-19 in England and Wales registered up to April 10 that occurred outside hospitals.
Of these:
1,043 took place in care homes
466 in private homes
87 in hospices
21 in other communal establishments, and
45 elsewhere
The equivalent figure for hospitals deaths over this period is 8,673.

The ONS said the numbers are based on where Covid-19 is mentioned anywhere on the death certificate, including in combination with other health conditions.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on April 21, 2020, 02:12:41 PM
Numbers of deaths hit a twenty year high. (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-52361519)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 21, 2020, 02:18:26 PM
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Numbers of deaths hit a twenty year high. (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-52361519)

Sorry to jump on Ian's new post above.............

2:05pm
BREAKING: The latest Public Health Wales figures have been released for April 21.

Regionally, in North Wales, there have been 57 new cases identifed by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.

The total now stands in North Wales at 839 people infected with COVID-19.

These cases include 16 in Conwy, 14 in Denbighshire, 11 in Wrexham, seven in Flintshire, five in Gwynedd and four in Anglesey.

Across Wales, there have been a total of 7,850 confirmed cases of coronavirus as of April 21, with a further 25 deaths recorded bringing the total number of people who have lost their lives to this virus in Wales to 609.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 22, 2020, 02:23:53 PM
The usual newspaper reports, do not tally up, only the PHW figures below, for now.

Conwy
New cases:       13 confirmed (out of 41 testing episodes)
Total cases:       137 confirmed (out of 536 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       25.6%

130.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       74 confirmed (out of 195 testing episodes)
Total cases:       913 confirmed (out of 2,994 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       30.5%
https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection#!/vizhome/RapidCOVID-19virology-Public/Headlinesummary
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 22, 2020, 03:47:01 PM
In addition to the above

Latest Wales coronavirus figures reveal more than 8,000 cases - but it may be 'levelling off'
624 people have now died after contracting Covid-19.

A further 15 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 624.

Public Health Wales today recorded 274 new known cases, meaning 8,124 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

However, the organisation said that the number of new cases seems to be "levelling-off" showing that lockdown measures are working.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 74 new cases, bringing the total number to 913 in North Wales.

Since the outbreak began, 52 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 137 in Conwy, 196 in Denbighshire, 180 in Flintshire, 168 in Gwynedd and 180 in Wrexham.                https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/latest-wales-coronavirus-figures-reveal-18130481 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/latest-wales-coronavirus-figures-reveal-18130481)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on April 22, 2020, 05:30:27 PM

Total number of COVID-19 associated UK deaths in hospital         18,100

Daily number of COVID-19 associated UK deaths in hospital              759

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on April 22, 2020, 05:38:40 PM
World wide deaths:  179,778
Total cases WW      2,594,724 
Worst affected country: US with 826,248 cases 46,140 deaths
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Cambrian on April 23, 2020, 08:30:26 AM
Anyone any idea why only cumulative "negative" figures are given?  I just wonder how many of the positive cases have actually been cured and discharged.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on April 23, 2020, 10:32:44 AM
There's an issue with 'cured'. People becoming re-infected around the world who've apparently recovered is causing some disquiet at the moment. The possibility exists that people may not be cured at all, but may assume a sort of 'typhoid Mary' incarnation. It's pretty worrying.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 23, 2020, 01:20:30 PM
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Anyone any idea why only cumulative "negative" figures are given?  I just wonder how many of the positive cases have actually been cured and discharged.

From today's news update Pioneer.

1:05pm
On recovery rates

"We do have patients who don't need to be in hospitals and we have seen patients leaving critical care wards," said Dr Goodall.

"We don't have statistics for the number of patients who have recovered.

"I believe around 1900 patients have been discharged after being admitted to hospitals with Covid-19.

"Dr Goodhall once again praised the work of NHS staff and health and social care workers and said he has "every confidence" in how the Welsh Government have been combatting the virus."
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 23, 2020, 04:24:19 PM
Public health Wales    update
Conwy
123.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       8 confirmed (out of 16 testing episodes)
Total cases:       145 confirmed (out of 552 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       26.3%

134.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       27 confirmed (out of 64 testing episodes)
Total cases:       941 confirmed (out of 3,058 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       30.8%

2:00pm                 ref Pioneer   
BREAKING: The latest figures released by Public Health Wales show that there are 8,538 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Wales - a rise of 234 from yesterday - but the true number is likely to be higher.

Regionally, in North Wales, the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded a total of 27 new cases bringing the local total to 941.

These cases can be broken down by local authority.

There were a total of eight cases in Conwy, six in Gwynedd, five in Wrexham, five in Anglesey, two in Denbighshire and one in Flintshire.

The total number of deaths across Wales that have been linked to COVID-19 has risen to 641 - a further 18 from yesterday's data.

4:12pm
UK total tested
The Department of Health said, as of 9am on Thursday, 425,821 people have been tested of which 138,078 tested positive.
Overall, 583,496 tests have concluded, with 23,560 tests on Wednesday.

DP update
A further 17 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 641.

Public Health Wales today recorded 234 new known cases, meaning 8,358 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

However, the organisation said that the number of new cases seems to be "levelling off", showing that lockdown measures are working.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 27 new cases, bringing the total number to 941 in North Wales.

Since the outbreak began, 57 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 145 in Conwy, 198 in Denbighshire, 181 in Flintshire, 175 in Gwynedd and 185 in Wrexham.

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 24, 2020, 04:39:33 PM
BREAKING: New data released by Public Health Wales reveal that new coronavirus cases have reached 8,601 - a jump of 243 people compared to yesterday (April 23).

Across Wales, the total number of deaths linked to COVID-19 has risen by 110 - standing at 751.              ref Pioneer
Regionally, in North Wales, there have been a total of 56 new cases of the virus identifed accoridng to the health officials data.

This can be broken down by local authority and are as follows:
Anglsey - One new case, 58 in total
Conwy - 10 new cases, 155 in total
Denbighshire - 15 new cases, 213 in total
Flintshire - 17 new cases, 198 in total
Gwynedd - Four new cases, 179 in total
Wrexham - Nine new cases, 194 in total
North Wales region - 56 new cases, 997 in total

3:35pm
587 new deaths in England
NHS England has announced 587 new deaths of people who tested positive for Covid-19, bringing the total number of confirmed reported deaths in hospitals in England to 17,373.

Of the 587 new deaths announced today:
- 107 occurred on April 23
- 242 occurred on April 22
- 55 occurred on April 21
The figures also show 151 of the new deaths took place between April 1 and April 20, while the remaining 32 deaths occurred in March, with the earliest new death taking place on March 11.

Conwy  ref PHW
132.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population
New cases:       10 confirmed (out of 26 testing episodes)
Total cases:       155 confirmed (out of 577 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       26.9%

142.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population
BCUHW
New cases:       56 confirmed (out of 165 testing episodes)
Total cases:       997 confirmed (out of 3,217 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       31.0%

REF DP
A further 110 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 751.

Public Health Wales today recorded 243 new known cases, meaning 8,601 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 56 new cases, bringing the total number to 997 in North Wales.

Today, Public Health Wales revealed the number of deaths within the health board is 88.

Since the outbreak began, 58 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 155 in Conwy, 213 in Denbighshire, 198 in Flintshire, 179 in Gwynedd and 194 in Wrexham.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 25, 2020, 10:45:00 AM
Heat maps show how coronavirus is infecting more people in every North Wales county
Infections rise as the Covid-19 crisis continues
06:00, 25 APR 2020

New figures have revealed how coronavirus infection levels have increased in different parts of North Wales.

The disease is still spreading through the region's the six counties, according to the latest data from Public Health Wales (PHW), released yesterday afternoon.

Over the last week, Gwynedd has increased from a rate of 90.2 people infected per 100,000 to 144.1; Anglesey's numbers are up to 82.9 from 55.7; Conwy increased from 71.7 to 132.3; Denbighshire still has the highest rate at 223.4, up from 142.7; Wrexham stands at 142.5 which has risen from  90.4 and Flintshire has increased from 90 to 127.3

These charts, produced by @LloydCymru, who also runs the coronaviruscymru.wales website, illustrate how the numbers of people testing positive in each county, have increased between Friday April 17 and yesterday (Friday April 24).

cont    https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/heat-maps-show-how-coronavirus-18142143 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/heat-maps-show-how-coronavirus-18142143)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on April 25, 2020, 10:51:48 AM
I wonder how many of these are the results of people travelling covertly in at night?
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 25, 2020, 10:59:02 AM
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I wonder how many of these are the results of people travelling covertly in at night?

I spotted this (boat) one earlier with an AA van, I wonder if the AA told him "Not essential"     that's what you get for fraveling overnight
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 25, 2020, 03:15:22 PM
THE total number of deaths in relation to coronavirus across north Wales now stands at 93, health chiefs have announced.

Public Health Wales has confirmed that as of 2pm on Saturday (April 25) 65 new cases of the virus have been reported across the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area, bringing the region's total to 1,062.

Yesterday Public Health Wales confirmed there had been 84 coronavirus deaths across North Wales since March 20.
Today, the authority has confirmed that as of 5pm on April 24, the cumulative number of deaths across the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Region currently stands at 93.

In terms of the 65 new cases; 27 were reported in Conwy, ten were in Wrexham, ten in Flintshire, seven in Gwynedd six in Denbighshire, and five on Anglesey.
https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18405713.65-new-cases-coronavirus-90-total-deaths-reported-across-north-wales/ (https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18405713.65-new-cases-coronavirus-90-total-deaths-reported-across-north-wales/)


The figure for deaths saw a sharp increase yesterday, with more than 100 being reported.
But this was down to Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board having failed to report dozens of deaths in the region since the outbreak began.   cont  https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/latest-welsh-coronavirus-death-toll-18150418 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/latest-welsh-coronavirus-death-toll-18150418)

Dozens of North Wales coronavirus deaths weren't reported by health chiefs
It has emerged Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board was failing to report on daily coronavirus deaths, blaming issues with its reporting system.
https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/investigation-north-wales-coronavirus-deaths-18150124 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/investigation-north-wales-coronavirus-deaths-18150124)


Conwy
155.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       27 confirmed (out of 61 testing episodes)
Total cases:       182 confirmed (out of 636 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       28.6%

BCUHB
152.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       65 confirmed (out of 227 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,062 confirmed (out of 3,436 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       30.9%

https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection# (https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection#)!/vizhome/RapidCOVID-19virology-Public/Headlinesummary
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 26, 2020, 03:44:32 PM
There have been 14 more coronavirus deaths in Wales.   ref DP

Public Health Wales announced the latest figures today.

The latest deaths bring the total in Wales to 788, while the total for the UK has now passed the 20,000 mark.

There have been a total number of 9,078 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Wales since the outbreak began, and more than 32,000 tests have been carried out.

Dr Giri Shankar, Incident Director for the Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales


Ref PHW
Conwy
157.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       2 confirmed (out of 12 testing episodes)
Total cases:       184 confirmed (out of 648 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       28.4%

BCUHB
154.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       17 confirmed (out of 87 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,079 confirmed (out of 3,522 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       30.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 27, 2020, 03:53:45 PM
A further eight people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 796.

Public Health Wales today recorded 203 new known cases, meaning 9,280 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 45 new cases, bringing the total number to 1,124 in North Wales.

The number of deaths within the health board is 98.

Since the outbreak began, 69 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 192 in Conwy, 229 in Denbighshire, 214 in Flintshire, 201 in Gwynedd and 219 in Wrexham.                    ref DP

PHW
Conwy
163.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       8 confirmed (out of 35 testing episodes)
Total cases:       192 confirmed (out of 683 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       28.1%

https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection#!/vizhome/RapidCOVID-19virology-Public/Headlinesummary

BCUHB
160.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       45 confirmed (out of 174 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,124 confirmed (out of 3,689 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       30.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 28, 2020, 02:44:41 PM
2:00pm  https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18409843.coronavirus-latest-uk-falls-silent-key-workers-lost-lives/ (https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18409843.coronavirus-latest-uk-falls-silent-key-workers-lost-lives/)
BREAKING NEWS: The latest data released by Public Health Wales shows that there have been a total of 9,512 cases of coronavirus confirmed across Wales, a rise of 232 reports from yesterday (April 27).

The Wales-wide death toll has reached 813, an increase of 17 people.
Regionally, in North Wales, the total number of cases stands at 1,168, an increase of 43.

A full breakdown of confirmed cases, according to Betsi Cadwaladr University Heath Board, are as follows:
Anglesey: Five new cases, 74 in total
Conwy: Nine new cases, 201 in total
Denbighshire: Six new cases, 235 in total
Flintshire: Five new cases, 219 in total
Gwynedd: Nine new cases, 210 in total
Wrexham: 10 new cases, 229 in total
The health also recorded two further deaths in the region in the new data, meaning 100 people in in total across North Wales have now died in relation to COVID-19.


Daily Post
A further 17 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 813.

Public Health Wales today recorded 232 new known cases, meaning 9,512 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 44 new cases, bringing the total number to 1,168 in North Wales.
The number of deaths within the health board is 100.

Since the outbreak began, 74 people have tested positive in Anglesey, 201 in Conwy, 235 in Denbighshire, 219 in Flintshire, 210 in Gwynedd and 229 in Wrexham.


PHW
Conwy
171.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       9 confirmed (out of 35 testing episodes)
Total cases:       201 confirmed (out of 717 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       28.0%

BCUHB
167.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       44 confirmed (out of 167 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,168 confirmed (out of 3,852 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       30.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 28, 2020, 04:47:35 PM
I missed adding this to today's update above.

Coronavirus: Wales care home and hospital deaths pass 1,000

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) registered 1,016 deaths by 25 April - higher than Public Health Wales figures for the same period.

That is because the ONS includes deaths at home, in care homes and in hospices, not just hospitals.

The total number of deaths across the UK topped 22,000 - the highest since records began in 1993.

The Welsh figure of 1,016 is for deaths which occurred by 17 April and were registered by 25 April.

In total, there were 871 death registrations which involved coronavirus up to 17 April.

In the week ending 17 April alone there were 409 deaths involving the coronavirus.

This compares to 304 for the previous week and is 35% of all deaths.

London has the highest proportion at 55.5% of all deaths.

The number of deaths in care homes continues to rise - there have now been 184 so far in Wales.

cont        https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-52455445 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-52455445)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on April 28, 2020, 07:01:57 PM
Latest just in from New Scientist:

"There have been more than 3 million confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide and more than 211,000 deaths, according to the latest figures from Johns Hopkins University.

Almost a third of the confirmed cases are in the US, which remains the worst affected country with more than 56,000 deaths. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) modelling indicates that deaths are likely to continue to rise in the US in coming weeks but could be substantially slowed by increased social distancing. Several states including Georgia, Texas, Michigan, Hawaii and Alaska have already begun to ease social distancing restrictions.

Other coronavirus developments

A third of all coronavirus deaths in England and Wales are happening in care homes, according to figures from the UK’s Office for National Statistics for the week ending 17 April. The daily death toll in hospitals has been falling since 8 April.
Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced that all people aged over 70 who are admitted to hospital will now be tested for covid-19. Sturgeon also said that face masks should be worn while shopping or using public transport."

There is little doubt that Trump is quite possibly the worst leader the US has ever had and in particular the worst for this sort of crisis.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 29, 2020, 02:15:22 PM
2:07pm Pioneer
BREAKING: The latest data by Public Health Wales shows that the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Wales stands at 9,629, a rise of 117 since yesterday (April 28).

Across the country, the death toll stands at 886, an increase of 73.
Regionally, in North Wales, the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded that there were 28 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the regions total up to 1,196 positive tests.

Confirmed cases by local authority are as follows:
Anglesey: Six new cases, 80 in total
Conwy: Five new cases, 206 in total
Denbighshire: Six new cases, 241 in total
Flintshire: Two new cases, 221 in total
Gwynedd: Eight new cases, 218 in total
Wrexham: One new case, 230 in total
The board reported that there has been a total of 117 deaths as of today (April 29).


PHW
Conwy
175.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       5 confirmed (out of 20 testing episodes)
Total cases:       206 confirmed (out of 736 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       28.0%

BCUHB
171.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       28 confirmed (out of 112 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,196 confirmed (out of 3,963 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       30.2%
https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection#!/vizhome/RapidCOVID-19virology-Public/Headlinesummary
 
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 30, 2020, 02:40:48 PM
2:00pm   Pioneer
BREAKING NEWS: The latest figures released by Public Health Wales reveal that confirmed cases of coronavirus cross the country have reached 9,812 - a rise of 182 new people today (April 30).

The Welsh death toll has been recorded as 908 - an increase of 22.

Regionally, in North Wales, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board have recorded a total of 52 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the regional total up to xxx.

This can be broken down by local authority as follows...

Anglesey: One new case; 81 in total
Conwy: 11 new cases; 217 in total
Denbighshire: 10 new cases; 251 in total
Flintshire: Six new cases; 227 in total
Gywnedd: 11 new cases; 229 in total
Wrexham: 13 new cases; 243 in total
The local death toll linked to coronavirus in North Wales stands at 120, a further three people recorded since yesterday (April 29).


PHW
Conwy
185.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       11 confirmed (out of 41 testing episodes)
Total cases:       217 confirmed (out of 775 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       28.0%

BCUHB
178.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       52 confirmed (out of 190 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,248 confirmed (out of 4,145 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       30.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 01, 2020, 02:55:59 PM
2:18pm  Pioneer
The death toll continues to rise across Wales, which now reports a country-wide total of 925 people that have sadly died - a daily increase of 17.
Of these deaths, 126 occurred in the North Wales region - meaning six more deaths have been reported by the health board since April 30.

Figures  released on May 1 shows that, across Wales, there have been 9,972 confirmations of the virus - of which 160 are new.

In North Wales, covered by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, a total of 1,278 COVID cases have now been recorded which includes today's increase of 30 newly-positive tests.
Anglesey: Two new cases, 83 in total
Conwy: 11 new cases, 228 in total
Denbighshire: Seven new cases, 258 in total
Flintshire: One new case, 228 in total
Gwynedd: Four new cases, 233 in total
Wrexham: Five new cases, 248 in total


PHW
Conwy
194.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       11 confirmed (out of 27 testing episodes)
Total cases:       228 confirmed (out of 802 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       28.4%

BCUHB
183.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population
New cases:       30 confirmed (out of 121 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,278 confirmed (out of 4,264 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       30.0%                   

         https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection#!/vizhome/RapidCOVID-19virology-Public/Headlinesummary                                 
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on May 01, 2020, 03:07:20 PM
It seems Conwy is doing badly compared with the rest of the N Wales counties.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 01, 2020, 03:49:37 PM
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It seems Conwy is doing badly compared with the rest of the N Wales counties.
Possibly the new test centre picking up the new cases, I always expected Conwy to be in high figures, re older population.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Bri Roberts on May 01, 2020, 05:53:11 PM
It appears there were a total of 122,347 tests yesterday in the UK helped by 1,090 here in Wales.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: mondie on May 01, 2020, 09:59:58 PM
Bri - don't forget the UK Govt has changed the rules to hit the 100k target. They are including tests they have posted out or agreed to post out in that total. Not quite the same as having a completed test with a result!
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Bri Roberts on May 02, 2020, 02:00:28 AM
and only 73,191 individuals were actually tested.

I wonder how that all works?
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on May 02, 2020, 10:21:48 AM
This morning they were further back-pedalling on the tests, saying that they're also producing false positives...
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 02, 2020, 10:33:57 AM
New figures have revealed how coronavirus infection levels in parts of the west of North Wales remain higher than the east.

Data released by Public Health Wales (PHW) yesterday showed how the infection is still spreading among the region's six counties.

Over the last week, Gwynedd has increased from a rate of 144.1 people infected per 100,000 to 187.6; Anglesey's numbers have risen from 82.9 to 118.6; Conwy has increased from 132.3 to 194.6.

Denbighshire still has the highest levels of infection in the population at 270.6, up from 223.4; Wrexham has risen from 142.5 to 182.2 and Flintshire has increased from 127.3 to 146.5.

These charts, produced by @LloydCymru, who also runs the coronaviruscymru.wales website, illustrate how the numbers of people testing positive in each county, have increased between Friday April 24 and yesterday (May 1).

cont   https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/heat-maps-shows-spread-coronavirus-18185357 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/heat-maps-shows-spread-coronavirus-18185357)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 02, 2020, 03:54:09 PM
In conjunction with the above earlier today...............

A FURTHER 14 people have sadly died in North Wales in relation to coronavirus, according to the latest data.

Public Health Wales has confirmed that as of 2pm on Saturday (May 2), there have been 42 new cases of the virus reported across the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area, bringing the region's total to 1,320.

Of these confirmed cases, it includes nine in Wrexham, eight in Denbighshire, seven in Gywnedd, seven in Conwy, six in Flintshire and five in Anglesey.

The latest data has also confirmed that the cumulative number of deaths across the region currently stands at 140, an increase of 14 more people than yesterday (May 1).

Across Wales in general, the number of positive COVID tests has risen by 183 to reach a total of 10,155. The country-wide death toll stands at 969, a rise of 44 people since Friday data.               https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18422696.14-deaths-recorded-north-wales-latest-coronavirus-data-published/ (https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18422696.14-deaths-recorded-north-wales-latest-coronavirus-data-published/)


PHW
Conwy
200.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       7 confirmed (out of 43 testing episodes)
Total cases:       235 confirmed (out of 845 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       27.8%

BCUHB
189.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       42 confirmed (out of 261 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,320 confirmed (out of 4,520 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       29.2%

https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection# (https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection#)!/vizhome/RapidCOVID-19virology-Public/Headlinesummary
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on May 02, 2020, 07:16:26 PM
Worryingly, the ineptness of our government has now seen us become third in the overall world deaths total. As the world total of deaths edges closer to a quarter of a million, the US tops the table, with Italy second and the UK now poised to overtake Italy.

Overall mortality is around 7% of confirmed cases.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 03, 2020, 12:41:01 PM
New cases are the confirmed cases reported since the previous day
Updated less than 20 mins ago·Source:Wikipedia·
https://www.google.com/search?q=uk+death+toll+coronavirus&rlz=1C1CHBF_en-GBGB813GB813&oq=uk+death+toll&aqs=chrome.2.69i57j0l7.8675j0j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 (https://www.google.com/search?q=uk+death+toll+coronavirus&rlz=1C1CHBF_en-GBGB813GB813&oq=uk+death+toll&aqs=chrome.2.69i57j0l7.8675j0j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8)

Deaths
28,131
Location   Confirmed   
Greater London
18,000

Midlands
11,368

North West
10,027

North East and Yorkshire
9,070

South East England
8,517

Scotland
6,067

East of England
6,002

Wales
5,610

South West England
3,392
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 03, 2020, 03:55:54 PM
A FURTHER three people have sadly died in North Wales in relation to coronavirus, according to the latest data.  Pioneer

Public Health Wales has confirmed that as of 2pm on Sunday (May 3), there have been 51 new cases of the virus reported across the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board remit, bringing the region's total number of confirmed cases to 1,710.

Of these confirmed cases, it includes 15 in Wrexham, 12 in Denbighshire, nine in Conwy, seven in Flintshire, five in Gywnedd, and three in Anglesey.

The latest data has also confirmed that the cumulative number of deaths across the region as of 5pm on Saturday currently stands at 143, an increase of three more people since the previous figures on May 2 were made publicly available.

Across Wales in general, the number of positive COVID tests has risen by 174 to reach a total of 10,329. The country-wide death toll stands at 983, a rise of 14 people since Friday data.


PHW
Conwy
208.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       9 confirmed (out of 37 testing episodes)
Total cases:       244 confirmed (out of 879 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       27.8%

BCUHB
196.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       51 confirmed (out of 245 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,371 confirmed (out of 4,758 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       28.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 04, 2020, 03:45:15 PM
A further 14 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 997.

Public Health Wales today recorded 195 new known cases, meaning 10,524 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 46 new cases, bringing the total number to 1,417 in North Wales.
The number of deaths within the health board is 147.

Since the outbreak began, 94 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 258 in Conwy, 284 in Denbighshire, 253 in Flintshire, 247 in Gwynedd and 281 in Wrexham.
https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/welsh-death-toll-nears-1000-18195120 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/welsh-death-toll-nears-1000-18195120)


PHW
Conwy
220.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       14 confirmed (out of 57 testing episodes)
Total cases:       258 confirmed (out of 935 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       27.6%

BCUHB
202.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       46 confirmed (out of 252 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,417 confirmed (out of 5,003 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       28.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on May 04, 2020, 05:24:16 PM
The UK has now reached 28,501 deaths - almost three times as deadly as the worst 'flu epidemic. 
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 04, 2020, 07:41:03 PM
I filled in the post code as directed for my area, and the result is.....  Llandudno Town & Gogarth (MSOA Conwy 001)
0 confirmed deaths    ,However the data so far only includes coronavirus deaths between March 1 and April 17, which were registered by April 18.


The North Wales towns and villages without a single Covid-19 death recorded

A new interactive map by the Office of National Statistics shows the effect coronavirus has had on the region - and some areas have been hit harder than others.

To date, Denbighshire is the worst affected county in North Wales. Neighbouring towns Kinmel Bay and Rhyl are reporting five deaths each.

Meanwhile, areas such as Colwyn Bay, Holyhead, Ruthin and Bangor are each showing no reported deaths according to the ONS.

According to the figures, there are more confirmed positive cases of the virus in the east compared to the west.

For example, the Chirk and Pen-y-cae postcodes are the only areas of Wrexham not reporting a single death.

On the whole, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has recorded a total of 147 deaths across the whole of the region.

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/north-wales-towns-village-without-18195119 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/north-wales-towns-village-without-18195119)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 05, 2020, 03:59:53 PM
A further 26 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,023.

Public Health Wales today recorded 145 new known cases, meaning 10,669 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 51 new cases, bringing the total number to 1,468 in North Wales.

The number of deaths within the health board is 150.

Since the outbreak began, 94 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 262 in Conwy, 290 in Denbighshire, 275 in Flintshire, 252 in Gwynedd and 293 in Wrexham.             https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/welsh-death-toll-tops-1000-18202385 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/welsh-death-toll-tops-1000-18202385)


PHW
Conwy
223.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       4 confirmed (out of 30 testing episodes)
Total cases:       262 confirmed (out of 965 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       27.2%

BCUHB
210.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       51 confirmed (out of 195 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,468 confirmed (out of 5,192 testing episodes)

Overall positivity*:       28.3%



Last updated: 3 mins ago
Latest news updates ......Coronavirus  updates regionally, nationally and around the world.

To many to link individually ........
https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18426690.coronavirus-latest-worldwide-death-toll-reaches-250-000/ (https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18426690.coronavirus-latest-worldwide-death-toll-reaches-250-000/)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on May 05, 2020, 06:45:15 PM
Tonight, May 5th 2020, the UK moves into the lead position just behind the US in mortality terms. Almost 30,000 deaths here attributable to Covid 19. That's higher than any other European country.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 06, 2020, 10:51:15 AM
Coronavirus: What do the stats tell us in Wales?   ref BBC Wales

We seem to be bombarded with different measures, but what do they mean and how does Wales compare with other parts of the UK?

Here we try to answer some of the questions and explain what the different measures are.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-52380643 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-52380643)



The latest true coronavirus death toll in Wales and where people are dying
The ONS data show deaths are significantly higher than reported by Public Health Wales

Wales faced its grimmest seven days of the coronavirus pandemic in the week up to April 24 as 413 people died, new figures have revealed.

The previous week, leading up to April 17, saw 409 people lose their lives with Covid-19, according to the latest data from the Office for National Statistics.

Released on Tuesday, the ONS figures show that 1,376 people had died in Wales with the virus by April 24, more than a third higher than the numbers reported by Public Health Wales.

It means that on April 24, the number of deaths in Wales was actually 83% higher than reported. One of the main reasons for difference is that the ONS data includes deaths in care homes, hospices and at homes that are not included in the daily figures put out by the Welsh Government.

more https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/latest-true-coronavirus-death-toll-18199936 (https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/latest-true-coronavirus-death-toll-18199936)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 06, 2020, 04:05:39 PM
A further 21 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,044.

Public Health Wales today recorded 95 new known cases, meaning 10,764 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 23 new cases, bringing the total number to 1,491 in North Wales.
The number of deaths within the health board is 159.

Since the outbreak began, 97 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 268 in Conwy, 295 in Denbighshire, 280 in Flintshire, 252 in Gwynedd and 299 in Wrexham.  ref DP


PHW

Conwy
228.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       6 confirmed (out of 27 testing episodes)
Total cases:       268 confirmed (out of 989 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       27.1%

BCUHB
213.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       23 confirmed (out of 126 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,491 confirmed (out of 5,312 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       28.1%


1:19pm ref Pioneer
Just under 33,000 registered deaths in UK

Just under 33,000 deaths involving Covid-19 have now been registered across the UK.

Today's figures from the National Records of Scotland, showing that 2,795 deaths involving Covid-19 had been registered in Scotland up to May 3, follow figures yesterday from the Office for National Statistics that showed 29,710 deaths had been registered in England and Wales up to May 2.

The latest available figures from the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency, published last week, showed 393 deaths involving Covid-19 had been registered in Northern Ireland up to April 29.

Together these figures mean that so far 32,898 deaths have been registered in the UK where Covid-19 was mentioned on the death certificate, including suspected cases.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 07, 2020, 02:30:36 PM
A further 18 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,062.

Public Health Wales today recorded 87 new known cases, meaning 10,851 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 25 new cases, bringing the total number to 1,5161 in North Wales.

The number of deaths within the health board is 161.

Since the outbreak began, 100 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 275 in Conwy, 299 in Denbighshire, 285 in Flintshire, 253 in Gwynedd and 304 in Wrexham.


PHW
Conwy
234.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       7 confirmed (out of 52 testing episodes)
Total cases:       275 confirmed (out of 1,039 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       26.5%

BCUHB
217.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       25 confirmed (out of 197 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,516 confirmed (out of 5,503 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       27.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on May 07, 2020, 06:39:50 PM
And we have the dubious distinction of being the country in Europe with the most deaths and second in the world only to the US.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 08, 2020, 11:26:32 AM
A TOTAL of 329 patients who had tested positive for Covid-19 have been discharged from hospitals in North Wales in recent weeks.
The figures, released by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, are from between March 10 and May 7.

https://www.northwaleschronicle.co.uk/news/18434763.figures-show-300-virus-patients-discharged-north-wales-hospitals-recent-weeks/?ref=rss (https://www.northwaleschronicle.co.uk/news/18434763.figures-show-300-virus-patients-discharged-north-wales-hospitals-recent-weeks/?ref=rss)


ONS map shows coronavirus deaths in your postcode
Looking at these figures is somewhat reassuring, but I am sure down to the majority following lockdown procedures, but the further East, the numbers are greater, especially from the areas that seem intent on visiting North wales.

Llandudno/Gogarth      0
Llandudno south          2
Llan. Junc./deganwy    2
Conwy/ Afon Roe         0
Penrhyn Bay                0
Upper Col/Bay             0
Rhos on Sea                0
Col.Bay North              0
Old Col./ LLanddulas    0
Abergele                     1

The above from https://www.inyourarea.co.uk/news/ons-map-shows-coronavirus-deaths-in-your-postcode/ (https://www.inyourarea.co.uk/news/ons-map-shows-coronavirus-deaths-in-your-postcode/)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 08, 2020, 04:49:25 PM
A further 28 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,090.

Public Health Wales today recorded 152 new known cases, meaning 11,003 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 91 new cases, bringing the total number to 1,607 in North Wales.

The number of deaths within the health board is 167.

Since the outbreak began, 110 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 280 in Conwy, 308 in Denbighshire, 305 in Flintshire, 267 in Gwynedd and 337 in Wrexham.      ref DP


PHW
Conwy
238.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       5 confirmed (out of 36 testing episodes)
Total cases:       280 confirmed (out of 1,075 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       26.0%

BCUHB
230.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       91 confirmed (out of 293 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,607 confirmed (out of 5,788 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       27.8%
https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection# (https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection#)!/vizhome/RapidCOVID-19virology-Public/Headlinesummary


Sky News ......Are COVID-19 death figures in the UK as high as they appear?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNiAUPREkl8 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNiAUPREkl8)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 09, 2020, 02:19:02 PM
PHW
Conwy
241.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       3 confirmed (out of 28 testing episodes)
Total cases:       283 confirmed (out of 1,101 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       25.7%

BCUHB
234.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       31 confirmed (out of 195 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,638 confirmed (out of 5,981 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       27.4%

A further nine die in Wales with coronavirus
Public Health Wales has announced that a further nine people have died with coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total to 1,099.

A further 118 cases have been confirmed, bringing the total number to 11,121.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 10, 2020, 02:40:53 PM
Over 70 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales as death toll rises to 169.

Data released by Public Health Wales shows that as of May 10, 72 people tested positive for coronavirus in North Wales.

Of which include 13 in Anglesey, 12 in Conwy, 25 in Denbighshire, four in Flintshire, 15 in Gwynedd and three in Wrexham.

The total number of positive cases for the region stands at 1,711 which includes 127 in Anglesey, 296 in Conwy, 340 in Denbighshire, 312 in Flintshire, 292 in Gwynedd and 344 in Wrexham.

Wrexham still remains the county with the highest number of cases but Denbighshire is not far behind.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board sadly reported a further one death – bringing the regional total to 169 people.

Nationally, a total of 12 people have died bringing the total to 1,111 in Wales.

The confirmed number of Welsh cases now stands at 11,344 - with 41,334 people having been tested for coronavirus since the outbreak began.  ref Pioneer


PHW
Conwy
252.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       12 confirmed (out of 85 testing episodes)
Total cases:       296 confirmed (out of 1,179 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       25.1%

BCUHB
245.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       72 confirmed (out of 541 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,711 confirmed (out of 6,501 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       26.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 11, 2020, 02:51:34 PM
A further five people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales.

Public Health Wales also today recorded 124 new cases, bringing the total to 11,468 in Wales - though the actual number is likely to be much higher.

The health body's latest figures show that 1,116 deaths have now been recorded in Wales overall.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has reported 44 new confirmed cases, bringing the total number to 1,755 in North Wales.

The number of deaths within the health board is now 171 - making it the second largest in Wales after Aneurin Bevan health board, which has recorded 251.

Since the outbreak began, 130 people have tested positive in Anglesey, 305 in Conwy, 348 in Denbighshire, 317 in Flintshire, 303 in Gwynedd and 352 in Wrexham.    ref DP


PHW
Conwy
260.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       9 confirmed (out of 87 testing episodes)
Total cases:       305 confirmed (out of 1,266 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       24.1%

BCUHB
251.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       44 confirmed (out of 299 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,755 confirmed (out of 6,793 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       25.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 12, 2020, 03:54:45 PM
Twenty new cases of coronavirus have been reported in north Wales, health chiefs have confirmed.   ref Pioneer

Public Health Wales has announced that 105 new covid-19 cases have been reported across Wales, bringing the total number of cases to 11,573.

Of the new cases, there were seven reported in Conwy, five in Gwynedd, four in Denbighshire, two in Wrexham, one in Flintshire and one on Anglesey. The total number of cases across north Wales is now 1,777.

Public Health Wales has also confirmed that there have now been 174 deaths across the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area. Across Wales, a total of 1,132 people have died.

PHW
Conwy
266.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       7 confirmed (out of 32 testing episodes)
Total cases:       312 confirmed (out of 1,296 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       24.1%

BCUHB
254.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       20 confirmed (out of 153 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,777 confirmed (out of 6,943 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       25.6%HW

https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection#!/vizhome/RapidCOVID-19virology-Public/Headlinesummary
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 13, 2020, 03:58:01 PM
2:26pm   ref Pioneer
A major spike in coronavirus cases has been reported in Flintshire, according to the latest Public Health Wales figures.

In the last 24 hours, there have been 39 new cases of coronavirus confirmed in Flintshire, figures show.

Across the North Wales region, covered by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there have been a total of 70 new cases of the virus reported.

This includes 39 in Flintshire, 11 in Wrexham, eight in Denbighshire, five in Gwynedd, four on Anglesey and three in Conwy.

The health board reports that there has sadly been a total of 179 deaths linked to the virus – an increase of five from yesterday.


PHW
Conwy
268.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       3 confirmed (out of 24 testing episodes)
Total cases:       315 confirmed (out of 1,319 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       23.9%

BCUHB
264.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       70 confirmed (out of 390 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,847 confirmed (out of 7,328 testing episodes)

https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection#!/vizhome/RapidCOVID-19virology-Public/Headlinesummary
Overall positivity*:       25.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 14, 2020, 03:57:38 PM
Another 10 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,164.

Public Health Wales today recorded 128 new known cases, meaning 11,834 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 48 new cases, bringing the total number to 1,895 in North Wales.

The number of deaths within the health board is 182 but the number doesn't include some deaths within the community.

Since the outbreak began, 141 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 324 in Conwy, 370 in Denbighshire, 362 in Flintshire, 317 in Gwynedd and 381 in Wrexham.    ref DP


PHW
Conwy
276.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       9 confirmed (out of 45 testing episodes)
Total cases:       324 confirmed (out of 1,358 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       23.9%

BCUHB
271.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       48 confirmed (out of 307 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,895 confirmed (out of 7,620 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       24.9%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 15, 2020, 02:51:17 PM
Another nine people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, as the death toll in the north nears 200.

Public Health Wales today recorded 126 new known cases, meaning 11,960 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 20 new cases, bringing the total number to 1,915 in North Wales.

The number of deaths within the health board is 189 but the number doesn't include some deaths within the community.

Since the outbreak began, 144 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 331 in Conwy, 372 in Denbighshire, 364 in Flintshire, 318 in Gwynedd and 386 in Wrexham.   ref DP


PHW
Conwy
282.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       7 confirmed (out of 39 testing episodes)
Total cases:       331 confirmed (out of 1,394 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       23.7%

BCUHB
274.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       20 confirmed (out of 154 testing episodes)
Total cases:       1,915 confirmed (out of 7,768 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       24.7%


Is this a result of the increased testing ?

Fears that North Wales is becoming country's coronavirus hotspot - and that the peak is yet to come
There has been an acceleration in coronavirus numbers in North Wales in recent days.

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/fears-north-wales-becoming-countrys-18256265 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/fears-north-wales-becoming-countrys-18256265)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 16, 2020, 10:58:33 AM
New heat maps have revealed how coronavirus is still spreading in North Wales.

Data released by Public Health Wales (PHW) yesterday showed people are still contracting the infection across the region's six counties.
It comes as fears grow that the region is becoming a Covid-19 hotspot.

Over the last week, Gwynedd has increased from a rate of 215 people infected per 100,000 to 256.1 ; Anglesey's numbers have risen from 157.2 to 205.8; Conwy has increased from 238.9 to 282.5.

Denbighshire still has the highest levels of infection in the population at 390.2 , up from 323.1; Wrexham has risen from 247.6 to 283.6 and Flintshire has increased from 196 to 233.9.

Charts, produced by Twitter user @LloydCymru, who also runs the coronaviruscymru.wales website, illustrate the spread of the virus in Wales.
https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/heat-map-shows-extent-coronavirus-18259241 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/heat-map-shows-extent-coronavirus-18259241)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 16, 2020, 03:39:26 PM
Another 18 people have died after testing positive for  coronavirus, as the death toll in the North Wales nears 200.

Public Health Wales (PHW)  today recorded 183 new known cases, meaning 12,142 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board  has 98 new cases, bringing the total number to 2,013 in North Wales.

The number of deaths within the health board area is 193 but the number doesn't include some deaths within the community.

Since the outbreak began, 151 people have now tested positive in  Anglesey, 382 in  Conwy, 392 in  Denbighshire, 372 in  Flintshire, 324 in  Gwynedd  and 392 in  Wrexham.

The total number of suspected deaths from Covid-19 across Wales, reported to PHW, now stands at 1,191. ref   DP


PHW
Conwy
326.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       51 confirmed (out of 164 testing episodes)                                      (51 in Conwy area, out of 98 in BCUHB area)
Total cases:       382 confirmed (out of 1,550 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       24.6%


BCUHB
288.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       98 confirmed (out of 446 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,013 confirmed (out of 8,193 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       24.6%

https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection#!/vizhome/RapidCOVID-19virology-Public/Headlinesummary
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 17, 2020, 03:28:22 PM
Another 18 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus, as the death toll in the North Wales nears 200.     ref DP

Public Health Wales (PHW)  today recorded 162 new known cases, meaning 12,304 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 69 new cases, more than any other Welsh health board, bringing the total number to 2,082 in North Wales.

The number of deaths within the health board area is 196, but the number doesn't include some deaths within the community.

Since the outbreak began, 157 people have now tested positive in  Anglesey, 402 in  Conwy, 405 in  Denbighshire, 382 in  Flintshire, 333 in  Gwynedd  and 403 in  Wrexham.

The total number of suspected deaths from Covid-19 across Wales, reported to PHW, now stands at 1,203.


PHW
Conwy
343.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       20 confirmed (out of 68 testing episodes)
Total cases:       402 confirmed (out of 1,618 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       24.8%

BCUHB
298.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       69 confirmed (out of 345 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,082 confirmed (out of 8,530 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       24.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 18, 2020, 02:59:06 PM
Another four people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,207.   ref DP

Public Health Wales today recorded 101 new known cases, meaning 12,404 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 41 new cases today, bringing the total number to 2,123 in North Wales.

It's the highest number of new cases recorded in the last 24 hours in Wales, compared to 17 recorded in Cardiff and Vale - the second highest figure.

The total number of deaths in North Wales is 198, but the number doesn't include some deaths within the community.

Since the outbreak began, 170 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 408 in Conwy, 414 in Denbighshire, 384 in Flintshire, 341 in Gwynedd and 406 in Wrexham.


PHW
Conwy
348.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       6 confirmed (out of 56 testing episodes)
Total cases:       408 confirmed (out of 1,674 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       24.4%

BCUHB
304.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       41 confirmed (out of 301 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,123 confirmed (out of 8,821 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       24.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 19, 2020, 03:29:25 PM
Another 17 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,224. ref DP

Public Health Wales today recorded 166 new known cases, meaning 12,570 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 67 new cases today, bringing the total number to 2,190 in North Wales.

It's once again the highest number of new cases recorded in the last 24 hours in Wales, compared to 36 recorded in Cwm Taf Morgannwyg - the second highest figure.

The total number of deaths in North Wales is 207, but the number doesn't include some deaths within the community.

Since the outbreak began, 174 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 417 in Conwy, 426 in Denbighshire, 402 in Flintshire, 348 in Gwynedd and 423 in Wrexham.


PHW
Conwy
355.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       9 confirmed (out of 72 testing episodes)
Total cases:       417 confirmed (out of 1,745 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       23.9%

313.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       67 confirmed (out of 475 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,190 confirmed (out of 9,292 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       23.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 20, 2020, 12:11:47 PM
Latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) suggest Covid-19 fatalities in North Wales were 33% higher than previously thought.

The ONS statistics up to May 8 show 223 people died in North Wales had Covid-19 listed as a cause on their death certificates.

The figure from Public Health Wales (PHW) up to May 8 showed 167 had died after being tested for the disease and dying in hospitals or care homes.

The current total from PHW as of May 19 is 207 deaths from the novel coronavirus strain.

The overall number of deaths from all causes in the region dropped markedly, with 187 up to week ending May 8, compared to 261 seven days previously.

However Covid-19 deaths did not follow the trend, dropping by just three to 45 in the week ending May 8 - representing almost a quarter of all recorded fatalities in the region, up from 18% of all deaths the week before.

Anglesey saw seven people die from Covid-19 in the week to May 8, an increase of six and the highest total so far.

In Flintshire the number of people dying weekly from the novel coronavirus strain rose from seven to 13, after it looked like the area had passed its peak with the number of Covid-19 deaths declining in the previous fortnight.

In Conwy the number taken by the virus stayed static at 10 but there was better news in Denbighshire, Wrexham and Gwynedd where the number of coronavirus fatalities declined week on week.

ONS figures on Covid-19 deaths in each county, in the week ending May 8 (place of death in brackets):

Anglesey Seven deaths (all hospital)

Gwynedd Three deaths (two care home, one hospital)

Conwy 10 deaths (three care home, seven hospital)

Denbighshire Nine deaths (one care home, eight hospital)

Flintshire 13 deaths (two care home, 10 hospital, one at home)

Wrexham Three deaths (one care home, two hospital)

According to the ONS across Wales there were 1,852 deaths from Covid-19 up to May 8, which is 730 more than Public Health wales' figures up to the same date.                  ref DP
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 20, 2020, 04:31:58 PM
Read in conjunction with above ONS figures

Another 14 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,238.

Public Health Wales today recorded 110 new known cases, meaning 12,680 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 48 new cases today, bringing the total number to 2,238 in North Wales.

It's once again the highest number of new cases recorded in the last 24 hours.

The total number of deaths in North Wales is 215, but the number doesn't include some deaths within the community.

Since the outbreak began, 175 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 424 in Conwy, 446 in Denbighshire, 405 in Flintshire, 355 in Gwynedd and 433 in Wrexham.    ref DP


PHW
Conwy
361.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       7 confirmed (out of 59 testing episodes)
Total cases:       424 confirmed (out of 1,804 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       23.5%

BCUHB
320.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       48 confirmed (out of 349 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,238 confirmed (out of 9,636 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       23.2%

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 21, 2020, 10:15:10 AM
Full list of confirmed coronavirus cases and deaths in Wales - county by county - and the North West
More than 35,700 people have now died in hospitals across the UK after developing the virus.

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/full-list-confirmed-coronavirus-cases-18285544 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/full-list-confirmed-coronavirus-cases-18285544)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 21, 2020, 03:07:37 PM
Another nine people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,247.

Public Health Wales today recorded 166 new known cases, meaning 12,846 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 44 new cases today, bringing the total number to 2,282 in North Wales.

The total number of deaths in North Wales is 220, but the number doesn't include some deaths within the community. The total figure, according to Office of National Statistics data, is thought to be 252.

Since the outbreak began, 183 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 432 in Conwy, 455 in Denbighshire, 409 in Flintshire, 368 in Gwynedd and 435 in Wrexham.                ref DP


PHW
Conwy
368.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       8 confirmed (out of 111 testing episodes)
Total cases:       432 confirmed (out of 1,912 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       22.6%

BCUHB
326.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       44 confirmed (out of 566 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,282 confirmed (out of 10,188 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       22.4%

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 22, 2020, 02:57:29 PM
A further seven people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,254.

Public Health Wales today recorded 138 new known cases, meaning 12,984 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 45 new cases today, bringing the total number to 2,327 in North Wales.

The total number of deaths in North Wales is 223, but the number doesn't include some deaths within the community.

Since the outbreak began, 184 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 437 in Conwy, 473 in Denbighshire, 412 in Flintshire, 375 in Gwynedd and 446 in Wrexham.      ref DP


PHW
Conwy
372.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       5 confirmed (out of 39 testing episodes)
Total cases:       437 confirmed (out of 1,946 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       22.5%

BCUHB
333.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       45 confirmed (out of 302 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,327 confirmed (out of 10,476 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       22.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 23, 2020, 10:02:34 AM
New heat maps reveal how Denbighshire and Conwy have seen the biggest rises in coronavirus infection rates across North Wales.

Data released by Public Health Wales (PHW) showed people are still contracting the infection across the region's six counties amid fears that North Wales is becoming a Covid-19 hotspot.

Over the last week, Gwynedd has increased from a rate of 256.1 people infected per 100,000 to 302; Anglesey's numbers have risen from 205.8to 263; Conwy has increased from 282.5 to 372.9.

Denbighshire still has the highest level of infection in the population at 496.2, up from 390.2; Wrexham has risen from 283.6 to 327.6; and Flintshire has increased from 233.9 to 264.8.

Charts produced by Twitter user @LloydCymru, who also runs the coronaviruscymru.wales website, illustrate the spread of the virus in Wales.
Cont   https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/new-north-wales-coronavirus-heat-18297420 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/new-north-wales-coronavirus-heat-18297420)



A late Covid-19 surge is underway in two North Wales counties and no one's quite sure why
Health minister Vaughan Gething said North Wales is probably experiencing a lag in the infection curve.

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/late-covid-19-surge-underway-18298532 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/late-covid-19-surge-underway-18298532)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 23, 2020, 02:44:54 PM
Plus above...........

A further six people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,260.

Public Health Wales today recorded 185 new known cases, meaning 13,169 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 72 new cases today, bringing the total number to 2,399 in North Wales.

The health board area recorded the highest number of cases in Wales in the last 24 hours - more than double Hywel Dda's figure of 33 which was the second highest.

The total number of deaths in North Wales is 226, but the number doesn't include some deaths within the community.

Since the outbreak began, 193 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 446 in Conwy, 476 in Denbighshire, 421 in Flintshire, 380 in Gwynedd and 483 in Wrexham.

Wrexham saw the highest jump with 37 new cases overnight.        ref DP


PHW
Conwy
380.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       9 confirmed (out of 41 testing episodes)
Total cases:       446 confirmed (out of 1,986 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       22.5%

BCUHB
343.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       72 confirmed (out of 456 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,399 confirmed (out of 10,924 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       22.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 24, 2020, 02:30:52 PM
MORE THAN 50 new cases of coronavirus have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have said.

Public Health Wales confirmed on Sunday afternoon that, as of May 24, 140 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales - 52 of which were in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area.

In terms of the newly confirmed North Wales cases there was a spike of 31 cases in Denbighshire, nine in Conwy, six in Wrexham, three in Flintshire, two in Gwynedd and one on Anglesey.

The figures show that the total number of cases across North Wales has now reached 2,451‬.

Public Health Wales also confirmed that the total number of deaths reported across Wales now sadly stands at 1,267. Of those, four were reported in by BCUHB bringing the regional death toll up to 230 people.   ref Pioneer

No updates today so far from PHW
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 24, 2020, 05:06:13 PM
Plus above

PHW
Conwy
388.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       9 confirmed (out of 159 testing episodes)
Total cases:       455 confirmed (out of 2,139 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       21.3%

BCUHB
351.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       52 confirmed (out of 455 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,451 confirmed (out of 11,364 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       21.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 25, 2020, 03:05:31 PM
New coronavirus figures show North Wales still has biggest daily rise in the country
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded 58 new cases in the last 24 hours

A further seven people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,274.

Public Health Wales today recorded 106 new known cases, meaning 13,415 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 58 new cases today, bringing the total number to 2,510 in North Wales.

The health board area recorded the highest number of cases in Wales in the last 24 hours yet again - more than four times higher than Cwm Taf Morgannwg's figure of 14 which was the second highest.

The total number of deaths in North Wales is 233, but the number doesn't include some deaths within the community.

Since the outbreak began, 201 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 474 in Conwy, 530 in Denbighshire, 428 in Flintshire, 387 in Gwynedd and 490 in Wrexham.

Denbighshire saw the highest jump with 22 new cases overnight.        ref DP


PHW
Conwy
404.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       19 confirmed (out of 199 testing episodes)
Total cases:       474 confirmed (out of 2,337 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       20.3%

BCUHB
359.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       58 confirmed (out of 1,099 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,510 confirmed (out of 12,451 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       20.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 26, 2020, 10:14:56 AM
As few as 12 coronavirus tests a day in some North Wales counties
All the data about how many people have been tested in North Wales.

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/few-12-coronavirus-tests-day-18277790 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/few-12-coronavirus-tests-day-18277790)

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on May 26, 2020, 12:24:16 PM
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Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 26, 2020, 03:01:52 PM
A further eight people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,282.

Public Health Wales today recorded 141 new known cases, meaning 13,556 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 67 new cases today, bringing the total number to 2,577 in North Wales.

The health board area recorded the highest number of cases in Wales in the last 24 hours yet again - more than double Cwm Taf Morgannwg's figure of 26 which was the second highest.

The total number of deaths in North Wales is 239, but the number doesn't include some deaths within the community.

Since the outbreak began, 204 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 490 in Conwy, 542 in Denbighshire, 440 in Flintshire, 389 in Gwynedd and 512 in Wrexham.

Wrexham saw the highest jump with 22 new cases overnight.        ref DP


PHW
Conwy
418.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       16 confirmed (out of 174 testing episodes)
Total cases:       490 confirmed (out of 2,507 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       19.5%

BCUHB
369.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       67 confirmed (out of 919 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,577 confirmed (out of 13,358 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       19.3%


Interesting article .............
Coronavirus pandemic: Tracking the global outbreak
By The Visual and Data Journalism Team

Coronavirus is continuing its spread across the world, with more than 5.4 million confirmed cases in 188 countries. More than 340,000 people have lost their lives.

This series of maps and charts tracks the global outbreak of the virus since it emerged in China in December last year.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-51235105 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-51235105)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 27, 2020, 02:38:51 PM
A further 11 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,293.

Public Health Wales today recorded 97 new known cases, meaning 13,653 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 42 new cases today, bringing the total number to 2,619 in North Wales.

The region now has just 35 fewer cases than the Cardiff area, but that area recorded less than a third of the cases North Wales recorded today.

The health board area recorded the highest number of cases in Wales in the last 24 hours yet again - more than double Cwm Taf Morgannwg's figure of 19 which was the second highest.

The total number of deaths in North Wales is 242, but the number doesn't include some deaths within the community.

Since the outbreak began, 208 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 497 in Conwy, 546 in Denbighshire, 444 in Flintshire, 395 in Gwynedd and 529 in Wrexham.

Wrexham saw the highest jump with 17 new cases overnight.                  ref DP


PHW
Conwy
424.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       7 confirmed (out of 73 testing episodes)
Total cases:       497 confirmed (out of 2,580 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       19.3%

BCUHB
375.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       42 confirmed (out of 583 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,619 confirmed (out of 13,930 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       18.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 28, 2020, 10:46:44 AM
Stark graph that shows just how quickly North Wales set to become the coronavirus hotspot of Wales
More than 2,600 people have tested positive for Covid-19 in the region.

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/stark-graph-shows-just-how-18320874 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/stark-graph-shows-just-how-18320874)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 28, 2020, 02:21:18 PM
The latest data from Public Health Wales reveals that there have been 30 further cases of coronavirus confirmed in North Wales.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board confirmed that, as of May 28, their figures show the following breakdown of newly identified cases of COVID-19 locally:

Anglesey - One new case
Conwy - Four new cases
Denbighshire - Nine new cases
Flintshire - One new cases
Gywnedd - Four new cases
Wrexham - 11 new cases
The total number of cases by county stand at 208 on Anglesey, 395 in Gwynedd, 444 in Flintshire, 497 in Conwy, 529 in Wrexham and 546 in Denbighshire.

BCUHB sadly reported a further 10 deaths – bringing the regional total to 252 people.

Nationally, a total of 14 further people have died bringing the total number of deaths linked to the virus to 1,307 in Wales.

A total of 72 new cases of coronavirus were recorded across Wales, bringing the national total to 13,725 confirmed cases.  ref PIONEER


PHW
Conwy
427.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       4 confirmed (out of 22 testing episodes)
Total cases:       501 confirmed (out of 2,600 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       19.3%

BCUHB
379.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       30 confirmed (out of 358 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,649 confirmed (out of 14,276 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       18.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 29, 2020, 03:09:05 PM
North Wales now has the highest number of coronavirus cases in the country after 56 more people tested positive.

Figures released by Public Health Wales show that a total of 2,705 people have tested positive for Covid-19 in North Wales, the highest number for any health board area in Wales.

The Cardiff area previously had the highest number, but recorded 12 new cases in the last period and now has 2,681 cases.

The figures show that, in terms of the rate of infection per 100,000 people, Rhondda Cynon Taf has the highest proportion of cases, with 662.6 per 100,000 of the population.

Denbighshire now has the second highest rate of infection, with 604.2 cases per 100,000 of the population.

It was also announced that a further 10 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales.

It brings the total number of deaths so far in the country to 1,317.

Public Health Wales today recorded 102 new known cases, meaning 13,827 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

North Wales recorded the highest number of cases in Wales in the last 24 hours yet again.

The total number of deaths in North Wales so far is 255, but the number doesn't include some deaths within the community.

Since the outbreak began, 214 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 514 in Conwy, 576 in Denbighshire, 447 in Flintshire, 406 in Gwynedd and 548 in Wrexham.

Denbighshire saw the highest jump with 21 new cases overnight.          ref DP


PHW
Conwy
438.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       13 confirmed (out of 123 testing episodes)
Total cases:       514 confirmed (out of 2,719 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       18.9%

BCUHB
387.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       56 confirmed (out of 625 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,705 confirmed (out of 14,890 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       18.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 30, 2020, 02:23:50 PM
35 new cases of coronavirus have been reported across north Wales.      ref Pioneer

Public Health Wales confirmed on Saturday afternoon that a total of 86 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales.

Of the 35 new cases reported within the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area there were; 10 in Gwynedd, seven in Denbighshire, six on Anglesey, five in Wrexham, four in Conwy and three in Flintshire.

The total number of cases to be reported across north Wales is now 2,740.

Public Health Wales also confirmed on Saturday that the total number of deaths reported across Wales now stands at 1,331.

The total number of deaths reported within the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area is 259.


PHW
Conwy
442.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       4 confirmed (out of 67 testing episodes)
Total cases:       518 confirmed (out of 2,785 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       18.6%

BCUHB
392.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       35 confirmed (out of 462 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,740 confirmed (out of 15,337 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       17.9%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 31, 2020, 03:05:54 PM
30 new cases of coronavirus have been reported across north Wales.

Public Health Wales has confirmed 82 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales, bring the total to 13,995.

Of the 30 new cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area there were: 12 in Denbighshire, five in Wrexham, five in Conwy, four in Gwynedd, two on Anglesey and two in Flintshire.

The total number of reported cases across north Wales is now 2,770.

Public Health Wales has also confirmed that the total number of deaths reported in north Wales is now 267.


PHW
Conwy
446.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       5 confirmed (out of 164 testing episodes)
Total cases:       523 confirmed (out of 2,947 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       17.7%

BCUHB
396.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       30 confirmed (out of 696 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,770 confirmed (out of 16,027 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       17.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 01, 2020, 03:16:45 PM
A further five people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,347.

North Wales now has the second highest number of deaths with the toll standing at 270.

Public Health Wales today recorded 59 new known cases, meaning 14,054 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has 17 new cases today, bringing the total number to 2,787 in North Wales.

Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board currently has the highest number of deaths with 286 recorded, but the numbers don't include some deaths within the community.

Since the outbreak began, 222 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 531 in Conwy, 596 in Denbighshire, 455 in Flintshire, 421 in Gwynedd and 562 in Wrexham.


PHW
Conwy
453.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       8 confirmed (out of 120 testing episodes)
Total cases:       531 confirmed (out of 3,066 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       17.3%

BCUHB
399.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       17 confirmed (out of 528 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,787 confirmed (out of 16,553 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       16.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 02, 2020, 03:29:21 PM
MORE than half of newly confirmed cases of coronavirus have been reported across north Wales, health chiefs have said.  ref Pioneer

Public Health Wales confirmed on Tuesday afternoon that 67 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales - 36 of which were in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area.

The total number of cases across North Wales has now reached 2,823‬.

Public Health Wales also confirmed that the total number of deaths reported across Wales now sadly stands at 1,354 – which includes seven new deaths across the country.

Of those, 273 have been reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area – one of the highest local figures on record.

In terms of the new North Wales cases confirmed on June 2, there were 13 in Conwy, 10 in Denbighshire, six in Gwynedd, three in Wrexham, three on Anglesey and one in Flintshire.

The figures follow the start of Wales' Test, Trace and Protect strategy.


PHW
Conwy
464.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       13 confirmed (out of 81 testing episodes)
Total cases:       544 confirmed (out of 3,144 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       17.3%

BCUHB
404.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       36 confirmed (out of 560 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,823 confirmed (out of 17,107 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       16.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 03, 2020, 03:21:49 PM
There have now been a total of 2,122 deaths involving coronavirus in Wales, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

These are deaths of people confirmed or suspected of having the virus up to 22 May.
In Wales, there were 134 deaths involving Covid-19 - the lowest weekly total since the start of April.
The virus accounted for 19.4% of all deaths registered.
This is the fourth successive fall in the weekly total.

More stats  https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-52890455 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-52890455)


MORE than 50 new cases of coronavirus have been reported across North Wales.        ref Pioneer
Public Health Wales has confirmed that 82 new cases of the virus have been reported across the whole of Wales.

Of those, 53 were reported in Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area alone - with 15 in Denbighshire, 12 in Gwynedd, nine in Wrexham, six in Conwy, six on Anglesey and five in Flintshire.

The total number of cases reported across north Wales so far is now 2,876‬.

Public Health Wales has also stated that the total number of deaths within the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area is now 283.


PHW
Conwy
469.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       6 confirmed (out of 91 testing episodes)
Total cases:       550 confirmed (out of 3,234 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       17.0%

BCUHB
411.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       53 confirmed (out of 665 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,876 confirmed (out of 17,757 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       16.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 04, 2020, 02:51:57 PM
A further eight people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,379.

North Wales still has the second highest number of deaths with the toll standing at 286.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded 12 new confirmed cases in the last 24 hours bringing the total number to 2,888 in North Wales.

Public Health Wales today recorded 35 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 14,238 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board currently has the highest number of deaths with 293 recorded, but the numbers don't include some deaths within the community.    ref DP


PHW
Conwy
469.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       0 confirmed (out of 171 testing episodes)
Total cases:       550 confirmed (out of 3,405 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       16.2%

BCUHB
413.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       12 confirmed (out of 339 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,888 confirmed (out of 18,090 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       16.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 05, 2020, 02:29:36 PM
A further four people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,383.

North Wales still has the second highest number of deaths with the toll standing at 289.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board also recorded the highest number of confirmed cases in the last 24 hours, with 43 compared to Cardiff and Vale's 13  - bringing the total number to 2,931 in North Wales.

Public Health Wales today recorded 76 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 14,314 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board currently has the highest number of deaths with 293 recorded, but the numbers don't include some deaths within the community.

Since the outbreak began, 234 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 558 in Conwy, 647 in Denbighshire, 466 in Flintshire, 445 in Gwynedd and 581 in Wrexham.

Denbighshire saw the biggest jump in the number of cases with 21 recorded in the last 24 hours.   ref DP


PHW
Conwy
476.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       8 confirmed (out of 236 testing episodes)
Total cases:       558 confirmed (out of 3,635 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       15.4%

BCUHB
419.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       43 confirmed (out of 1,003 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,931 confirmed (out of 19,072 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       15.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 06, 2020, 11:00:50 AM
New heat maps have revealed how coronavirus infection rates have increased in North Wales, with Denbigshire now the second highest area in the country.

Data released by Public Health Wales (PHW) showed people are still contracting the infection across the region's six counties.

Over the last week, Gwynedd has increased to a rate of 357.3 infected per 100,000 people, up from 325.9; Anglesey's numbers have risen to 334.1 from 305.5; and Conwy has increased from 438.6 to 476.1.

Denbighshire still has the highest level of infection in the North Wales population at 676.1, which has risen from 601.9; Wrexham has risen from 403.1 to 427.3; and Flintshire has increased to 298.5 from 286.4.

Only Rhondda Cynon Taf with 688.9, has a higher infection rate per population in Wales than Denbighshire

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/new-coronavirus-heat-maps-show-18370533 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/new-coronavirus-heat-maps-show-18370533)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 06, 2020, 02:24:37 PM
THERE have been 21 new coronavirus cases across North Wales, latest figures show.  ref Pioneer

Data released by Public Health Wales on June 16 shows that Gwynedd ad the highest daily increase of six, followed by five in Wrexham, four in Denbighshire, three in Conwy two in Flintshire and one in Anglesey.

Denbighshire has the highest total of cases with 651, followed by Wrexham with 586, Conwy with 561, Flintshire with 468, Gwynedd with 451, and Anglesey with 235.

The total for North Wales now stands at 2,952.
Betsi Cadwalader Health Board recorded a further four deaths bringing the total to 293.

Nationally, a total of 1,393 people have sadly died and 88,595 people have been tested for the virus.


PHW
Conwy
478.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       3 confirmed (out of 155 testing episodes)
Total cases:       561 confirmed (out of 3,790 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       14.8%

BCUHB
422.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       21 confirmed (out of 844 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,952 confirmed (out of 19,908 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       14.8%

Overall positivity has gone down from 19.3% on the 26th of May, to todays figure of 14.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 07, 2020, 02:53:06 PM
THERE have been 14 new coronavirus cases across North Wales, latest figures show.

Data released by Public Health Wales on June 7 shows that Denbighshire had the highest daily increase of four, followed by three in Wrexham and Flintshire, two in Conwy and one in Anglesey and Gwynedd.

Denbighshire has the highest total of cases with 655, followed by Wrexham with 589, Conwy with 563, Flintshire with 471, Gwynedd with 452, and Anglesey with 236.

The total for North Wales now stands at 2,966.
Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board recorded no further deaths as the total remains at 293.


PHW
Conwy
480.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       2 confirmed (out of 246 testing episodes)
Total cases:       563 confirmed (out of 4,035 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       14.0%

BCUHB
424.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       14 confirmed (out of 1,202 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,966 confirmed (out of 21,105 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       14.1%
Nationally, a total of 1,398 people have sadly died and 91,833 people have been tested for the virus.        ref Pioneer
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 08, 2020, 03:19:19 PM
A further three people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,401.   ref DP

North Wales still has the second highest number of deaths with the toll standing at 296.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board also recorded the highest number of confirmed cases in the last 24 hours, with 20 compared to Cardiff and Vale's 12  - bringing the total number to 2,986 in North Wales.

Public Health Wales today recorded 42 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 14,438 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board currently has the highest number of deaths with 302 recorded, but the numbers don't include some deaths within the community.

Since the outbreak began, 239 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 565 in Conwy, 661 in Denbighshire, 472 in Flintshire, 456 in Gwynedd and 593 in Wrexham.


PHW
Conwy
482.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       2 confirmed (out of 180 testing episodes)
Total cases:       565 confirmed (out of 4,215 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       13.4%

BCUHB
427.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       20 confirmed (out of 766 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,986 confirmed (out of 21,863 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       13.7%

*Proportion of all individuals tested who are confirmed with COVID-19.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on June 08, 2020, 05:49:07 PM
At least they're all trending in the right direction.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 09, 2020, 02:28:13 PM
Graph that shows Wales coronavirus-linked deaths over 2,200
New ONS figures take into account all deaths where coronavirus was present.

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/wales-coronavirus-linked-deaths-over-18386643 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/wales-coronavirus-linked-deaths-over-18386643)



A further nine people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,410.  ref DP
However, new data from The Office For National Statistics suggests coronavirus-related deaths in Wales have gone over the 2,200 mark.

North Wales still has the second highest number of deaths with the toll standing at 299 according to figures released by Public Health Wales.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded 13 new confirmed cases in the last 24 hours bringing the total number to 2,999 in North Wales.
Public Health Wales today recorded 42 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 14,480 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board currently has the highest number of deaths with 302 recorded, but the numbers don't include some deaths within the community.
Since the outbreak began, 239 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 567 in Conwy, 664 in Denbighshire, 475 in Flintshire, 458 in Gwynedd and 596 in Wrexham.


Coronavirus deaths in England and Wales 11k higher than thought with 51k victims in UK
The UK's coronavirus death toll is much higher than thought and the number of excess deaths from all causes is believed to be about 64,000, according to new data from the Office for National Statistics

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/breaking-coronavirus-deaths-england-wales-22161212?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=mirror_main&fbclid=IwAR347AKr1WkJ2S46BWYbX7YOARM9111qSkxeBXNaDRGlKPudaGwadkwQATQ (https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/breaking-coronavirus-deaths-england-wales-22161212?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=mirror_main&fbclid=IwAR347AKr1WkJ2S46BWYbX7YOARM9111qSkxeBXNaDRGlKPudaGwadkwQATQ)



PHW
Conwy
483.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       2 confirmed (out of 123 testing episodes)
Total cases:       567 confirmed (out of 4,336 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       13.1%

BCUHB
429.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       13 confirmed (out of 747 testing episodes)
Total cases:       2,999 confirmed (out of 22,605 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       13.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on June 09, 2020, 07:38:22 PM
The USA is now nudging past 2,000,000 cases with 111,375 deaths. To put it in context, 73,505 shooting injuries occurred last year so finally something's more dangerous than firearms in the US of A.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 10, 2020, 03:21:41 PM
A further nine people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,419.  ref DP

However, new data from The Office For National Statistics suggests coronavirus-related deaths in Wales have gone over the 2,200 mark.

North Wales still has the second highest number of deaths with the toll standing at 303 according to figures released by Public Health Wales.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded 23 new confirmed cases in the last 24 hours - the highest in Wales compared to Cardiff and Vale's seven - bringing the total number to 3,002 in North Wales.

Public Health Wales today recorded 38 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 14,518 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board currently has the highest number of deaths with 307 recorded, but the numbers don't include some deaths within the community.

Since the outbreak began, 242 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 575 in Conwy, 674 in Denbighshire, 475 in Flintshire, 460 in Gwynedd and 596 in Wrexham.

Denbighshire saw the highest surge with 10 new cases recorded in the last 24 hours.


PHW
Conwy
490.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       8 confirmed (out of 334 testing episodes)                        Possible the highest daily number of tests conducted in Conwy?
Total cases:       575 confirmed (out of 4,666 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       12.3%

432.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       23 confirmed (out of 1,025 testing episodes)
Total cases:       3,022 confirmed (out of 23,623 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       12.8%

*Proportion of all individuals tested who are confirmed with COVID-19
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 11, 2020, 03:24:58 PM
A further six people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,425. ref DP

North Wales still has the second highest number of deaths with the toll standing at 307 according to figures released by Public Health Wales - up four from yesterday.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded 21 new confirmed cases in the last 24 hours - the highest in Wales - bringing the total number of cumulative cases to 3,043 in North Wales.

That figure is followed by Cardiff and Vale health board with 2,837, Cwm Taf Morgannwg with 2,637 and Aneurin Bevan with 2,587.

Powys Teaching Health Board has the lowest number in Wales with 296.

Public Health Wales today recorded 63 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 14,581 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board currently has the highest number of deaths with 309 recorded, but the numbers don't include some deaths within the community.

Since the outbreak began, 243 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 581 in Conwy, 675 in Denbighshire, 478 in Flintshire, 465 in Gwynedd and 601 in Wrexham.


PHW
Conwy
495.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       6 confirmed (out of 249 testing episodes)
Total cases:       581 confirmed (out of 4,911 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.8%

BCUHB
435.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       21 confirmed (out of 815 testing episodes)
Total cases:       3,043 confirmed (out of 24,430 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       12.5%

*Proportion of all individuals tested who are confirmed with COVID-19.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 12, 2020, 02:46:57 PM
A North Wales health board has now recorded the highest number of coronavirus deaths in the country.

Eight out of 10 new deaths recorded in the last 24 hours were in the Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board area, which recorded four deaths on Thursday.

Across Wales, 10 people have died overnight after testing positive for coronavirus, bringing the total number to 1,435.
North Wales' death toll now stands at 315, according to figures released by Public Health Wales.

Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board currently has the second highest number of deaths with 310 recorded, but the numbers don't include some deaths within the community.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded 25 new confirmed cases in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of cases to 3,068 in North Wales.

That figure is followed by Cardiff and Vale health board with 2,855, Cwm Taf Morgannwg with 2,663 and Aneurin Bevan with 2,590.Powys Teaching Health Board has the lowest number in Wales with 296.

It comes as Public Health Wales today recorded 77 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 14,658 people have now tested positive for the disease, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Since the outbreak began, 244 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 584 in Conwy, 679 in Denbighshire, 485 in Flintshire, 469 in Gwynedd and 607 in Wrexham.     ref  DP


PHW
Conwy
498.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       3 confirmed (out of 86 testing episodes)
Total cases:       584 confirmed (out of 4,996 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.7%

BCUHB
439.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       25 confirmed (out of 484 testing episodes)
Total cases:       3,068 confirmed (out of 24,905 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       12.3%

*Proportion of all individuals tested who are confirmed with COVID-19
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 13, 2020, 10:47:20 AM
New heat maps show the North Wales county with the highest coronavirus infection rate in the Wales.

Data released by Public Health Wales  (PHW) showed how people are still contracting the infection across the region's six counties.

Over the last week, Gwynedd has increased to a rate of 376.5 infected per 100,000 people, up from 357.3; Anglesey's numbers have risen to 348.4 from 334.1; and Conwy has increased from 476.1 to 498.3.

But Denbighshire now has the highest level of infection in Wales at 709.5, which has risen from 676.1; Wrexham has risen from 427.3 to 446.5; and Flintshire has increased to 310.7 from 298.5.

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/new-heat-maps-shows-north-18410790 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/new-heat-maps-shows-north-18410790)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 13, 2020, 03:16:38 PM
The North Wales coronavirus death toll remains the highest in the country after four more people lost their lives.

Four out of six new deaths recorded in the last 24 hours were in the Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board area, which recorded eight deaths on Friday.
Friday's figures meant North Wales had the worst death toll in Wales - and the region remains in the same position today.

Across Wales, six people have died overnight after testing positive for coronavirus, bringing the total number to 1,441.
North Wales' death toll now stands at 319, according to figures released by Public Health Wales.

Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board currently has the second highest number of deaths with 311 recorded, but the numbers don't include some deaths within the community.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded 20 new confirmed cases in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of cases to 3,088 in North Wales.

That figure is followed by Cardiff and Vale health board with 2,860, Cwm Taf Morgannwg with 2,672 and Aneurin Bevan with 2,592.
Powys Teaching Health Board has the lowest number in Wales with 296, and recorded no new cases in the last 24 hours.

It comes as Public Health Wales today recorded 45 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 14,703 people have now tested positive for the disease, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Since the outbreak began, 250 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 587 in Conwy, 683 in Denbighshire, 487 in Flintshire, 470 in Gwynedd and 611 in Wrexham.  ref DP


PHW
Conwy
500.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       3 confirmed (out of 135 testing episodes)
Total cases:       587 confirmed (out of 5,130 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.4%

442.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       20 confirmed (out of 450 testing episodes)
Total cases:       3,088 confirmed (out of 25,352 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       12.2%

*Proportion of all individuals tested who are confirmed with COVID-19.


Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on June 13, 2020, 08:28:57 PM
The US is seeing a second wave rash of new cases as they ease lockdown.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 14, 2020, 02:29:37 PM
NEARLY a dozen new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales, latest Public Health Wales data shows.

The figures show that 11 new cases of the virus have been been confirmed in the region in the last day - with three in Conwy, six in Gwynedd and two on Anglesey.

There were no new cases confirmed in Flintshire, Wrexham and Denbighshire.
The total number of coronavirus cases in North Wales now stands at 3,099.

Nationally, 39 new cases were confirmed, with three people who had tested positive for coronavirus having sadly died - taking Wales' death toll to 1,444.        ref Pioneer


PHW
Conwy
503.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       3 confirmed (out of 100 testing episodes)
Total cases:       590 confirmed (out of 5,229 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.3%

BCUHB
443.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       11 confirmed (out of 353 testing episodes)
Total cases:       3,099 confirmed (out of 25,704 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       12.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 15, 2020, 02:57:28 PM
A further four people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,448.

Public Health Wales today recorded 62 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 14,804 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded the highest number of new cases with 36 - when the second highest was just eight for both Cardiff and Vale and Cwm Taf Morgannwg.

It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,135 with BCUHB also having the highest death toll at 320.

Cwm Taf Morgannwg has the second highest number of deaths in Wales with 316.
Since the outbreak began, 261 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 600 in Conwy, 684 in Denbighshire, 492 in Flintshire, 478 in Gwynedd and 620 in Wrexham.

Conwy saw the highest jump with 10 new cases recorded overnight.   ref DP


PHW
Conwy
512.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       10 confirmed (out of 75 testing episodes)
Total cases:       600 confirmed (out of 5,298 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.3%

448.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       36 confirmed (out of 315 testing episodes)
Total cases:       3,135 confirmed (out of 26,003 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       12.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 16, 2020, 10:26:38 AM
Map pinpoints location of all coronavirus deaths
It illustrates the toll Covid-19 has taken in towns and villages across the region.

This map shows where tragic deaths from coronavirus have occurred in North Wales.

The chart, released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), pinpoints areas where people have died of Covid-19, across the region and in Wales and England.

It covers all deaths from Covid-19 between March 1 2020 and May 31 2020, which were registered by June 6.

According to the ONS, points on the map are placed at the centre of the local area they represent and do not show the actual location of deaths. The size of the circle is proportional to the number of deaths

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/map-pinpoints-location-coronavirus-deaths-18421186 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/map-pinpoints-location-coronavirus-deaths-18421186)

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 16, 2020, 03:11:55 PM
Eight more people who have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales in the last 24 hours were from the North Wales health board area.

The total number of deaths across the country now stands at 1,456.

Public Health Wales today recorded 65 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 14,869 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded the highest number of new cases with 37 - when the second highest was just nine in Cardiff and Vale.

It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,172 with BCUHB also having the highest death toll at 328.


Cwm Taf Morgannwg has the second highest number of deaths in Wales with 316.

Since the outbreak began, 269 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 608 in Conwy, 690 in Denbighshire, 494 in Flintshire, 484 in Gwynedd and 627 in Wrexham.          ref DP


PHW
Conwy
518.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       8 confirmed (out of 99 testing episodes)
Total cases:       608 confirmed (out of 5,394 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.3%

BCUHB
454.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       37 confirmed (out of 499 testing episodes)
Total cases:       3,172 confirmed (out of 26,496 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       12.0%

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 17, 2020, 03:09:57 PM
A further 10 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales bringing the total number to 1,466.

Eight out of the 10 new deaths recorded in the last 24 hours fell within the North Wales health board area.

Public Health Wales today recorded 53 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 14,922 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded the highest number of new cases with 31 - when the second highest was 11 in Cwm Taf Morgannwg.

It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,203 with BCUHB also having the highest death toll at 336 - up eight from yesterday.

Cwm Taf Morgannwg has the second highest number of deaths in Wales with 316.

Since the outbreak began, 280 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 616 in Conwy, 693 in Denbighshire, 495 in Flintshire, 485 in Gwynedd and 634 in Wrexham.

Anglesey saw the highest increase with 11 new cases recorded overnight.     ref DP


PHW
Conwy
525.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       8 confirmed (out of 51 testing episodes)
Total cases:       616 confirmed (out of 5,443 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.3%

BCUHB
458.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       31 confirmed (out of 300 testing episodes)
Total cases:       3,203 confirmed (out of 26,791 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       12.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 18, 2020, 10:30:07 AM
Why health chiefs say North Wales has been hit hardest by coronavirus
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board opens up about the region's challenges in the battle against Covid-19

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/health-chiefs-say-north-wales-18438416 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/health-chiefs-say-north-wales-18438416)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 18, 2020, 02:33:07 PM
A further five people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales bringing the total number to 1,471.  ref DP

Public Health Wales today recorded 48 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 14,970 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded two deaths and the highest number of new cases at 25. The second highest was 13 in Cardiff and Vale.

It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,228 with BCUHB also having the highest death toll at 338.

Since the outbreak began, 291 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 620 in Conwy, 694 in Denbighshire, 495 in Flintshire, 487 in Gwynedd and 641 in Wrexham.

Anglesey saw the highest increase with 11 new cases recorded overnight.
415.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       11 confirmed (out of 87 testing episodes)
Total cases:       291 confirmed (out of 2,781 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       10.5%

This morning, PHW says it has identified 51 cases of Covid-19 associated with the 2 Sisters abattoir on Anglesey.



PHW
Conwy
529.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       4 confirmed (out of 70 testing episodes)
Total cases:       620 confirmed (out of 5,513 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.2%

BCUHB
462.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       25 confirmed (out of 347 testing episodes)
Total cases:       3,228 confirmed (out of 27,138 testing episodes)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 19, 2020, 02:39:30 PM
North Wales has highest number of new coronavirus cases as country's total tops 15,000
No new deaths have been reported in North Wales in the last 24 hours

A further four people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,475.

Public Health Wales today recorded 31 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 15,001 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded no new deaths but had the highest number of new cases at 14. The second highest was seven in Cwm Taf Morgannwg.

It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,242 with BCUHB also having the highest death toll at 338.

Since the outbreak began, 294 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 621 in Conwy, 694 in Denbighshire, 498 in Flintshire, 488 in Gwynedd and 647 in Wrexham.

Wrexham saw the highest increase with six new cases recorded overnight.   ref DP


PHW
Conwy
529.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       1 confirmed (out of 54 testing episodes)
Total cases:       621 confirmed (out of 5,567 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.2%

BCUHB
464.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       14 confirmed (out of 303 testing episodes)
Total cases:       3,242 confirmed (out of 27,437 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.8%


Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 20, 2020, 09:54:32 AM
New heat maps show a North Wales county still has the highest coronavirus infection rate in Wales.

Data released by Public Health Wales  (PHW) showed how people are still contracting the infection across the region's six counties.

Over the last week, Gwynedd has increased to a rate of 391.8 infected per 100,000 people, up from 376.5; Anglesey's numbers have risen to 419.7 from 348.4; and Conwy has increased from 498.3 to 529.8.

Denbighshire still has the highest level of infection in Wales at 725.2, which has risen from 709.5; Wrexham has risen from 446.5 to 475.9; and Flintshire has increased to 319 from 310.7.

These charts, produced by @LloydCymru, who also runs the coronaviruscymru.wales website, illustrate how the numbers of people testing positive in each county have increased. They are based on population data for 2019.

Since the outbreak began, 294 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 621 in Conwy, 694 in Denbighshire, 498 in Flintshire, 488 in Gwynedd and 647 in Wrexham.

cont  https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/heat-maps-shows-north-wales-18453492 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/heat-maps-shows-north-wales-18453492)

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 20, 2020, 02:43:46 PM
14 new cases of coronavirus have been reported across north Wales, health chiefs have confirmed.

Public Health Wales (PHW) has said 25 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales.

Of the 14 reported in the Betsi Cadwalasr University Health Board Area, there were four in Gwynedd, three on Anglesey, three in Denbighshire, two in Flintshire and two in Wrexham. No new cases were recorded in Conwy.

PHW also confirmed one newly reported death across Wales.

The total number of deaths recorded within the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Area stands at 339.


PHW
Conwy
529.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       0 confirmed (out of 58 testing episodes)
Total cases:       621 confirmed (out of 5,625 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.0%

BCUHB
466.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       14 confirmed (out of 186 testing episodes)
Total cases:       3,256 confirmed (out of 27,622 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 21, 2020, 02:46:38 PM
MORE than 60 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in north Wales, health chiefs have said.

Public Health Wales has confirmed across Wales, there have been 100 new cases of the virus recorded.

Of those, 66 were in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Heath Board area.

There were 30 recorded on Anglesey *, 18 in Gwynedd, eight in Flintshire, six in Conwy, three in Denbighshire and one in Wrexham.

Public Health Wales also confirmed the number of deaths recorded in north Wales now stands at 340 - up by one compared to the previous day.   ref Pioneer


PHW
Conwy
535.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       6 confirmed (out of 75 testing episodes)
Total cases:       627 confirmed (out of 5,699 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.0%

BCUHB
475.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       66 confirmed *(out of 463 testing episodes)
Total cases:       3,322 confirmed (out of 28,074 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 22, 2020, 10:06:30 AM
Full list of county by county coronavirus cases and deaths in Wales and the North West
More than 42,000 people have died in the UK after testing positive for Covid-19

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/full-list-county-county-coronavirus-18462034 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/full-list-county-county-coronavirus-18462034)

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on June 22, 2020, 10:41:58 AM
Well, we've slipped to third in the incompetence tables, beaten by Brazil and the US. The US is closing in on 120,000 deaths as the egregious Trump's disastrous mismanagement continues to doom his citizens. Fascinatingly, however, most of the usually Tory diehard news papers are calling for Johnson to go.

This shouldn't be about politics, but sadly it's politicians who have so badly mishandled this issue, with their latest astonishing faux pas being the abandonment of the £11m NHS Test. Track and Trace app and the move to the Google/Apple app, having appointed Dido Harding, the woman whose mishandling of a data breach cost TalkTalk £60 million and 95,000 customers, to manage the project.

In short, it's now clear that needless deaths have occurred that could have been avoided had the current administration behaved properly.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Blongb on June 22, 2020, 12:16:06 PM
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In short, it's now clear that needless deaths have occurred that could have been avoided had the current administration behaved properly.

Retrospective hindsight is a marvelous gift Ian.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on June 22, 2020, 12:29:09 PM
It is, I agree. However, the timeline itself does show how the PM and the government were warned repeatedly about this and took no action. And I cannot see how anyone can justify Johnson failing even to attend the first five COBRA meetings.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 22, 2020, 03:10:42 PM
One further person has died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,478. ref DP

Public Health Wales today recorded 71 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 15,197 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded the highest number of new cases at 43, and the only Welsh death. The second highest total number of cases was nine, recorded in both Cardiff and Vale and Cwm Taf Morgannwg.

It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,365 with BCUHB also having the highest death toll at 341.

Since the outbreak began, 349 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 630 in Conwy, 702 in Denbighshire, 511 in Flintshire, 519 in Gwynedd and 654 in Wrexham.

Anglesey saw the highest increase with 22 new cases recorded overnight.

BCUHB has 457.9 cases per 100k residents whereas Cwm Taf (604.5), Cardiff and Vale have (577.6) and Swansea Bay (486.8 health boards all have a higher number of cases per 100k residents.

It also has 22% of the Welsh population, but as of today, they have 21.6% of all cases, and 22.9% of deaths.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 23, 2020, 03:20:18 PM
A further five people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,483. Public Health Wales today recorded 98 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 15,295 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher. In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded the highest number of new cases at 55, and three out of the five new deaths.

The second highest total number of cases was 16, recorded in Cwm Taf Morgannwg.

It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,420, with BCUHB also having the highest death toll at 344.

Since the outbreak began, 356 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 641 in Conwy, 707 in Denbighshire, 515 in Flintshire, 522 in Gwynedd and 679 in Wrexham. Wrexham saw the highest increase with 25 new cases recorded overnight, (Rowan Foods outbreak in Wrexham - 70 test positive)  followed by 11 in Conwy and seven on Anglesey.   ref DP


PHW
Conwy
547.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       11 confirmed (out of 118 testing episodes)
Total cases:       641 confirmed (out of 5,898 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       10.9%

BCUHB
489.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       55 confirmed (out of 666 testing episodes)
Total cases:       3,420 confirmed (out of 29,154 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 24, 2020, 02:30:57 PM
A further eight people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,491.

Public Health Wales today recorded 47 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 15,341 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded the highest number of new cases at 29, and three out of the eight new deaths.

It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,448, with BCUHB also having the highest death toll at 347.

Since the outbreak began, 356 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 642 in Conwy, 709 in Denbighshire, 515 in Flintshire, 524 in Gwynedd and 702 in Wrexham.

Wrexham saw the highest increase with 23 new cases recorded overnight.

No new cases have been recorded on Anglesey.

It comes after more than 240 people have tested positive for coronavirus after two outbreaks at North Wales food factories.   Ref DP


PHW
Conwy
547.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       2 confirmed (out of 68 testing episodes)
Total cases:       642 confirmed (out of 5,965 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       10.8%

BCUHB
493.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       29 confirmed (out of 450 testing episodes)
Total cases:       3,448 confirmed (out of 29,599 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.6%

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 25, 2020, 02:43:55 PM
PHW
Conwy
551.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       4 confirmed (out of 145 testing episodes)
Total cases:       646 confirmed (out of 6,086 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       10.6%

BCUHB
503.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       67 confirmed (out of 1,050 testing episodes).......................(note high test number)
Total cases:       3,515 confirmed (out of 30,538 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 25, 2020, 04:00:37 PM
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PHW
Conwy
551.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       4 confirmed (out of 145 testing episodes)
Total cases:       646 confirmed (out of 6,086 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       10.6%

BCUHB
503.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       67 confirmed (out of 1,050 testing episodes).......................(note high test number)
Total cases:       3,515 confirmed (out of 30,538 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.5%

Almost 300 meat plant workers at two North Wales sites have tested positive for coronavirus.
It comes after outbreaks spread at 2 Sisters on Anglesey and Rowan Foods in Wrexham.

Public Health Wales said they are carrying out tests on employees.
So far, 201 workers have tested positive at 2 Sisters and 97 at Rowan Foods.

It comes as they today revealed a further six people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,497.
In the last 24 hours, 125 new known cases were recorded overall in Wales, meaning 15,466 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded the highest number of new cases at 67, and three out of the six new deaths.

It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,515, with BCUHB also having the highest death toll at 350.

Since the outbreak began, 361 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 646 in Conwy, 709 in Denbighshire, 517 in Flintshire, 529 in Gwynedd and 753 in Wrexham.

Wrexham saw the highest increase with 51 new cases recorded overnight.

Five new cases have been recorded on Anglesey.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 26, 2020, 03:34:24 PM
PHW
Conwy
553.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       3 confirmed (out of 106 testing episodes)
Total cases:       649 confirmed (out of 6,192 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       10.5%

BCUHB
511.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       43 confirmed (out of 406 testing episodes)
Total cases:       3,573 confirmed (out of 30,955 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 27, 2020, 03:36:35 PM
Three more people have lost their lives to coronavirus in North Wales, figures show.

Public Health Wales said that five deaths have been reported in the country in the last 24 hours - taking the death toll up to 1,502.

Three of the people who passed away were from the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area, meaning that a total of 352 have now died in North Wales after contracting the virus.

A total of 15,577 people in Wales have tested positive for Covid-19, with 46 new cases in the last 24 hours.
Figures show that 32 new cases were reported in North Wales - bringing the total number of cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr area up to 3,605.

It comes following a surge in positive test results in Wrexham where 22 new cases have been reported.
No more workers at Rowan Foods in Wrexham have tested positive for the virus, however.

The new cases in North Wales also include two on Anglesey, four in Conwy, one in Denbighshire, three in Flintshire and there were new cases in Gwynedd.

Six of the positive test results were from workers at the 2 Sisters plant in Llangefni, with 210 workers now confirmed to be infected.

Since the coronavirus pandemic began there have been 814 cases in Wrexham, 535 in Gwynedd, 521 in Flintshire, 712 in Denbighshire, 653 in Conwy and 370 on Anglesey.


PHW
Conwy
557.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       4 confirmed (out of 74 testing episodes)
Total cases:       653 confirmed (out of 6,266 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       10.4%

BCUHB
516.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       32 confirmed (out of 533 testing episodes)
Total cases:       3,605 confirmed (out of 31,487 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 28, 2020, 12:27:45 PM
New heat maps show a big rise in some North Wales coronavirus infection rates over the last week, following outbreaks at two food factories.

Data released by Public Health Wales  (PHW) showed how people are still contracting the infection, across the region's six counties.

Over the last week, Gwynedd has increased to a rate of 429.5 infected per 100,000 people, up from 391.8; Anglesey's numbers have risen to 525.4 from 419.7; and Conwy has increased from 529.8 to 649.

Denbighshire still has the highest level of infection in Wales at 743, which has risen from  725.2; Wrexham has risen from 475.9 to 582.5; and Flintshire has increased to 331.8 from 319.

These charts, produced by @LloydCymru, who also runs the coronaviruscymru.wales website, illustrate how the numbers of people testing positive in each county have increased. They are based on population data for 2019.

Since the outbreak began, 368 people have now tested positive in  Anglesey, 649 in  Conwy, 711 in  Denbighshire, 518 in  Flintshire, 535 in  Gwynedd  and 792 in  Wrexham
https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/new-heat-maps-shows-people-18496452 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/new-heat-maps-shows-people-18496452)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 28, 2020, 03:17:46 PM
A HANDFUL of new coronavirus cases have been identified across North Wales, the latest public health figures show.

According to the latest Public Health Wales data released on Sunday, June 28, the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area has reported a total of 11 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours.

In total, 25 have been confirmed across Wales – meaning that just under half of all cases have come from the BCUHB area.

Broken down this figure includes four from Gwynedd, three from Conwy, two from Wrexham, one from Flintshire and one from Anglesey.
In total, this brings the confirmed number of cases in the North Wales region to 3,616.

BCUHB have also sadly reported that 352 deaths have been recorded by the health board to date – meaning that no new deaths have been reported in the latest figures.

Across Wales, the infection figure stands at 15,602 – a rise of 25 compared to yesterday (June 27).
Sadly, the Welsh death toll has risen by two people – bringing the number of deaths linked to the virus in Wales up to 1,504.


PHW
Conwy
559.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       3 confirmed (out of 72 testing episodes)
Total cases:       656 confirmed (out of 6,337 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       10.4%

BCUHB
517.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       11 confirmed (out of 345 testing episodes)
Total cases:       3,616 confirmed (out of 31,830 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 30, 2020, 09:22:02 AM
Sorry missed yesterday's figures, will post now, just for the record, today's hopefully later.

A further three people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,507.

Public Health Wales today recorded 116 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 15,717 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded six new cases and and one out of the three new deaths.

It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,631, with BCUHB having the highest death toll at 353.

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on June 30, 2020, 04:03:59 PM
More than 450 workers have tested positive for coronavirus at two North Wales meat factories.

Public Health Wales today said 216 employees at 2 Sisters on Anglesey and 237 at Rowan Foods in Wrexham contracted Covid-19.

It comes as three people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,510.

PHW recorded 26 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 15,743 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded the highest number of cases in Wales with 10 and and two out of the three new deaths.

It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,641, with BCUHB having the highest death toll at 355.

Since the outbreak began, 379 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 659 in Conwy, 713 in Denbighshire, 523 in Flintshire, 542 in Gwynedd and 825 in Wrexham.  ref DP


PHW
Conwy
562.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       3 confirmed (out of 80 testing episodes)
Total cases:       659 confirmed (out of 6,448 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       10.2%

BCUHB
521.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

New cases:       10 confirmed (out of 215 testing episodes)
Total cases:       3,641 confirmed (out of 32,245 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 01, 2020, 02:46:57 PM
A further four people have died from coronavirus in North Wales.

A total of six deaths were recorded across the whole of the country, bringing the Welsh death toll ot 1,510.
In total, there were 32 new positive results, meaning 15,755 have now contracted the disease.

No new cases have been recorded in connection with  2 Sisters, on Anglesey, where 216 have tested positive and Rowan Foods in Wrexham where 237 are confirmed to have Covid-19.

But Public Health Wales (PHW) said there had been a small increase in the number of cases identified at the Kepak Merthyr meat processing plant, in South Wales, with the  total now standing at 134 positive cases since April.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) recorded seven new cases, the second highest in Wales behind Cardiff and Vale, which had 10.

It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,648, with BCUHB having the highest death toll at 359.
Since the outbreak began, 380 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 662 in Conwy, 714 in Denbighshire, 523 in Flintshire, 543 in Gwynedd and 826 in Wrexham.

PHW
Conwy
564.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Total cases:       662 confirmed (out of 6,520 testing episodes)
New cases:       3 confirmed (out of 73 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       10.2%

BCUHB
522.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Total cases:       3,648 confirmed (out of 32,547 testing episodes)
New cases:       7 confirmed (out of 305 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 02, 2020, 03:05:30 PM
A further eight people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,524.

Public Health Wales today recorded 41 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 15,815 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded 26 new cases - the highest in Wales - and five out of the eight new deaths.

It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,674, with BCUHB having the highest death toll at 364.

Since the outbreak began, 380 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 664 in Conwy, 716 in Denbighshire, 529 in Flintshire, 544 in Gwynedd and 841 in Wrexham.

Wrexham 15 cases last  night.

It comes after outbreaks at food plants 2 Sisters on Anglesey and Rowan Foods in Wrexham which has seen 217 and 283 workers testing positive respectively.


PHW
Conwy
566.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Total cases:       664 confirmed (out of 6,626 testing episodes)
New cases:       2 confirmed (out of 106 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       10.0%
BCUHB
526.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Total cases:       3,674 confirmed (out of 33,146 testing episodes)
New cases:       26 confirmed (out of 602 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 03, 2020, 03:11:11 PM
A further two people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number to 1,525.

Public Health Wales today recorded 26 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 15,841 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded 13 new cases - the highest in Wales - and one out of the two new deaths.

It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,687, with BCUHB having the highest death toll at 365.

Since the outbreak began, 381 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 664 in Conwy, 718 in Denbighshire, 531 in Flintshire, 545 in Gwynedd and 848 in Wrexham.

It comes after outbreaks at food plants 2 Sisters on Anglesey and Rowan Foods in Wrexham which has seen 217 and 283 workers testing positive respectively.
More than 130 workers have also tested positive at Kepak Merthyr in Glamorgan.


PHW
Conwy
566.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Total cases:       664 confirmed (out of 6,655 testing episodes)
New cases:       0 confirmed (out of 29 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       10.0%

BCUHB
527.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Total cases:       3,687 confirmed (out of 33,471 testing episodes)
New cases:       13 confirmed (out of 326 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       11.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 04, 2020, 03:36:45 PM
WREXHAM has seen the highest daily increase in new coronavirus cases, latest figures show.       REF Pioneer

Public Health Wales figures reveal that there have been 21 new cases in North Wales in the last day.

Of which, 13 were in Wrexham compared to two in Flintshire, two in Gwynedd two in Conwy, one in Anglesey and one in Denbighshire.

The total for Wrexham now stands at 861 which is the county with the most cases.

Elsewhere there has been a total of 533 in Flintshire, 547 in Gwynedd, 719 in Denbighshire, 666 in Conwy and 382 in Anglesey.

Sadly, two more people who had tested positive for coronavirus have died in North Wales in the last day - taking the region's total 367.


PHW
Conwy
568.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Total cases:       666 confirmed (out of 6,791 testing episodes)
New cases:       2 confirmed (out of 137 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       9.8%

BCUHB
531.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Total cases:       3,708 confirmed (out of 34,171 testing episodes)
New cases:       21 confirmed (out of 710 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       10.9%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 05, 2020, 03:26:08 PM
Wrexham has recorded the highest number of coronavirus cases in Wales in the last 24 hours.     ref DP

Overnight, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded nine new cases - the highest in the country.
Seven of those were confirmed in Wrexham, bringing the town's total of cumulative cases to 868.

The other two were confirmed in Anglesey, meaning Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Gwynedd had no new cases.
Since the outbreak began, 384 people have now tested positive in  Anglesey, 666 in  Conwy, 719 in  Denbighshire, 533 in  Flintshire, 547 in  Gwynedd  and 868 in  Wrexham.

It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,717, with BCUHB having the highest death toll at 368.

The North Wales health board also recorded the single death reported overnight.

Meanwhile, no further workers have tested positive for coronavirus at 2 Sisters on Anglesey or Rowan Foods in Wrexham since Saturday.
Public Health Wales said 218 employees at 2 Sisters and 289 at Rowan Foods contracted Covid-19 - bringing the total number to 507 between the sites.

Public Health Wales has also today recorded 15 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 15,890 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.
There has also been 1,531 deaths.


PHW
Conwy
568.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Total cases:       666 confirmed (out of 6,883 testing episodes)
New cases:       0 confirmed (out of 92 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       9.7%

BCUHB
532.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Total cases:       3,717 confirmed (out of 34,570 testing episodes)
New cases:       9 confirmed (out of 403 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       10.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 06, 2020, 03:00:50 PM
No new deaths from coronavirus have been recorded in Wales in the last 24 hours.

The total number of people who have died across the country is 1,531.

Public Health Wales today recorded eight new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 15,898 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded three new cases.

It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,720, with BCUHB having the highest death toll at 368.

Since the outbreak began, 384 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 667 in Conwy, 720 in Denbighshire, 533 in Flintshire, 547 in Gwynedd and 869 in Wrexham.

It comes after outbreaks at food plants 2 Sisters on Anglesey and Rowan Foods in Wrexham which has seen more than 500 workers testing positive respectively.   ref DP


PHW
Conwy
569.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Total cases:       667 confirmed (out of 6,922 testing episodes)
New cases:       1 confirmed (out of 40 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       9.6%

BCUHB
532.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Total cases:       3,720 confirmed (out of 34,868 testing episodes)
New cases:       3 confirmed (out of 299 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       10.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 07, 2020, 03:44:55 PM
Three more people have died after testing positive for coronavirus, bringing the total number of Welsh deaths to 1,534.

Public Health Wales today recorded seven new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 15,900 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded two new cases and two out of the three new deaths.

It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,722.
The health board, which accounts for 22% of the Welsh population has the highest death toll at 370.

Since the outbreak began, 384 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 667 in Conwy, 720 in Denbighshire, 533 in Flintshire, 547 in Gwynedd and 871 in Wrexham.

No new cases were reported in any of the North Wales counties in the last 24 hours apart from two in Wrexham.

It comes after outbreaks at food plants 2 Sisters on Anglesey and Rowan Foods in Wrexham which has seen more than 500 workers testing positive collectively, Mr Gething says all workers at Rowan Foods and 2 Sisters have been contacted. But he admits that not all of those have been tested, He says there is a division of responsibility between the Food Standards Agency, Health and Safety Executive and Food Hygiene Service.


PHW
Conwy
569.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Total cases:       667 confirmed (out of 6,984 testing episodes)
New cases:       0 confirmed (out of 62 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       9.6%

BCUHB
532.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Total cases:       3,722 confirmed (out of 35,099 testing episodes)
New cases:       2 confirmed (out of 231 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       10.6%
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Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 08, 2020, 02:59:37 PM
A further four people have died in Wales after testing positive for coronavirus, bringing the total number of Welsh deaths to 1,538.

Public Health Wales today recorded 13 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 15,913 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded two new cases.
It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,724.

The health board, which accounts for 22% of the Welsh population, has the highest death toll at 370 but no new deaths were reported in North Wales overnight.

Since the outbreak began, 385 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 667 in Conwy, 720 in Denbighshire, 533 in Flintshire, 548 in Gwynedd and 871 in Wrexham.

It comes after outbreaks at food plants 2 Sisters on Anglesey and Rowan Foods in Wrexham which has seen more than 500 workers testing positive collectively.     ref DP


PHW
Conwy
569.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Total cases:       667 confirmed (out of 7,037 testing episodes)
New cases:       0 confirmed (out of 53 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       9.5%

BCUHB
532.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Total cases:       3,724 confirmed (out of 35,463 testing episodes)
New cases:       2 confirmed (out of 365 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       10.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 09, 2020, 03:03:20 PM
A further two people have died in Wales after testing positive for coronavirus, bringing the total number of Welsh deaths to 1,540.

Public Health Wales today recorded 16 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 15,929 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded four new cases.
It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,728.
The health board, which accounts for 22% of the Welsh population, has the highest death toll at 371 and recorded one of the two new deaths overnight.

Since the outbreak began, 385 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 668 in Conwy, 720 in Denbighshire, 534 in Flintshire, 550 in Gwynedd and 871 in Wrexham.


PHW
Conwy
570.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Total cases:       668 confirmed (out of 7,081 testing episodes)
New cases:       1 confirmed (out of 44 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       9.4%

BCUHB
532.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Total cases:       3,728 confirmed (out of 35,823 testing episodes)
New cases:       4 confirmed (out of 362 testing episodes)
Overall positivity*:       10.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 10, 2020, 03:25:36 PM
THERE has been no new coronavirus deaths in Wales the last 24 hours, latest figures show.

Public Health Wales confirmed on Friday, July 10 there had been seven new positive cases across North Wales.
Of which, five were in Wrexham, one in Flintshire and one in Denbighshire.

There were no new cases recorded in Anglesey, Conwy or Gwynedd.

Wrexham remains the county with the highest number of positive cases with 876, compared to 721 in Denbighshire, 668 in Conwy, 550 in Gwynedd, 535 in Flintshire and 385 in Anglesey.

In Wrexham's Rowan Foods factory, 13 cases were confirmed since last Friday, bringing the total to 302.

The current death toll for the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board remains at 371.

So far, 154,561 people have undergone coronavirus tests in Wales. Of these, 138,622 were negative.  ref Pioneer


PHW
Conwy
570.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       668 confirmed (out of 7,113 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       9.4%

BCUHB
533.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,735 confirmed (out of 36,061 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       10.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 11, 2020, 10:47:16 AM
Coronavirus heat maps show how Covid-19 has been spreading in North Wales communities
Highest rates in the population are illustrated in these charts

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/coronavirus-heat-maps-show-how-18576833 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/coronavirus-heat-maps-show-how-18576833)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 11, 2020, 02:22:06 PM
SEVEN new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales in the last day, last data shows.

Public Health Wales figures released on Saturday show that the latest number of new cases takes the regions total number of confirmed cases of the virus to 3,735.

There were no new coronavirus related deaths in North Wales, nor across Wales as a whole.

To date, 154,561 people have been tested for coronavirus, with 15,939 having come back as positive.   ref Pioneer


PHW
Conwy
570.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       669 confirmed (out of 7,139 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       9.4%

BCUHB
534.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,739 confirmed (out of 36,271 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       10.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 12, 2020, 02:43:27 PM
PHW
Conwy
72.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       671 confirmed (out of 7,198 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       9.3%

BCUHB
536.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,752 confirmed (out of 36,623 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       10.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 13, 2020, 03:44:19 PM
No deaths related to Covid-19 have been reported in Wales over the past 24 hours.

Public Health Wales confirmed there were 11 new cases of coronavirus across Wales, with five recorded by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB).

This means 15,973 people have now tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.
It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 3,757.

The health board, which accounts for 22% of the Welsh population, has the highest death toll at 371.

Since the outbreak began, 387 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 672 in Conwy, 722 in Denbighshire, 536 in Flintshire, 554 in Gwynedd and 886 in Wrexham.

It comes after outbreaks at food plants 2 Sisters on Anglesey and Rowan Foods in Wrexham, which has seen more than 500 workers testing positive collectively, although health chiefs say the incidents are under control.       ref DP


PHW
Conwy
573.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       672 confirmed (out of 7,225 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       9.3%

BCUHB
537.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,757 confirmed (out of 36,930 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       10.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on July 13, 2020, 06:05:47 PM
Well, the US holds the lead for sheer incompetence with 135,272 deaths and 3.3m cases with Brazil running a close second with 72,100 deaths and almost 2m cases. The UK is now in 8th position, with 45,000 deaths and almost 300,000 cases.

Globally, 13m cases and approaching 600,000 deaths.   Fortunately, we're still a long way from the 1918 epidemic that killed between 30m and 100m people.  Although it wasn't the first wave that did it;  the first wave of the infection was relatively mild. It was the second wave that killed millions outright.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 14, 2020, 03:21:39 PM
A further two people have died in Wales after testing positive for coronavirus, bringing the total number of Welsh deaths to 1,543.

Public Health Wales today recorded 21 new known cases overall in Wales, meaning 16,836 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded 16 new cases - the highest number in Wales.

It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 4,329.

The health board, which accounts for 22% of the Welsh population, has the highest death toll at 373.
Both new deaths recorded overnight were from the health board area.

Since the outbreak began, 452 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 697 in Conwy, 767 in Denbighshire, 664 in Flintshire, 577 in Gwynedd and 1,172 in Wrexham.        ref DP


PHW
Conwy
594.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       697 confirmed (out of 8,612 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       8.1%

BCUHB
618.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,329 confirmed (out of 50,169 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       8.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 15, 2020, 03:39:47 PM
There have been no coronavirus deaths reported at hospitals in North Wales overnight - but the number of positive cases across the region has risen by seven.

Latest figures released by Public Health Wales this afternoon saw every county - apart from Gwynedd - record new cases of Covid-19 in the last 24 hours.

They include one on Anglesey (453), two in Conwy (699), one in Denbighshire (768), one in Flintshire (665) and two in Wrexham (1,174).    Gwynedd has 577 positive cases in total.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, which accounts for 22% of the Welsh population, has the highest death toll at 373 and 4,436 cumulative cases.

Elsewhere in Wales, two more people have died bringing the country's overall death toll to 1,545.

In total, 18 new cases have been recorded across Wales in the last 24 hours although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

A full breakdown of deaths recorded by Welsh health boards are:
* Aneurin Bevan UHB - 275
* Betsi Cadwaladr - 373
* Cardiff and Vale - 272
* Cwm Taf Morgannwg - 333
* Hywel Dda - 67
* Powys THB - 15
* Swansea Bay - 206
* Resident outside Wales - 4
Total - 1,545

However information recorded by the Office for National Statistics, which includes all deaths where Covid-19 is mentioned on the death certificate according to health board residence up to June 26 shows:
* Aneurin Bevan UHB - 495
* Betsi Cadwaladr - 490
* Cardiff and Vale - 464
* Cwm Taf Morgannwg - 448
* Hywel Dda - 130
* Powys THB - 92
* Swansea Bay - 303
Total - 2,422                                                                                                     ref DP


PHW
Conwy
596.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       699 confirmed (out of 8,705 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       8.0%

BCUHB
619.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,336 confirmed (out of 50,622 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       8.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 16, 2020, 05:01:10 PM
No further coronavirus deaths have been reported in Wales for the second day running, but the number of positive cases has risen by 18.

The number of people who have contracted the virus across the country has now reached 16,871 according to figures released by Public Health Wales this afternoon.

So far, 1,545 people have died, although the true number is likely to be much higher.
In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded 10 new cases.

It brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 4,346.

The health board, which accounts for 22% of the Welsh population, has the highest death toll at 373.

* 454 people have now tested positive in Anglesey (up one from yesterday)
* 703 in Conwy (up four)
* 768 in Denbighshire (no increase)
* 665 in Flintshire (no increase)
* 577 in Gwynedd (no increase)
* 1,179 in Wrexham (up five in the last 24 hours)


PHW
Conwy
599.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       703 confirmed (out of 8,870 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       7.9%
BCUHB
621.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,346 confirmed (out of 51,324 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       8.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 17, 2020, 04:40:27 PM
One further person has died after contracting coronavirus bringing the total number of Welsh deaths to 1,546.

Public Health Wales today recorded 16 new cases in Wales, meaning 16,887 people have now tested positive for the disease.

But as daily figures now include positive results from non-NHS laboratories, the number recorded in each county is much higher.

In North Wales there were 34 new cases, half of them in one county.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board itself recorded nine new cases.

The health board, which accounts for 22% of the Welsh population, has the highest death toll at 374 and recorded the latest death.

Since the outbreak began:

* 454 people have now tested positive in Anglesey (no increase from yesterday)

* 707 in Conwy (up four)

* 769 in Denbighshire (up one)

* 668 in Flintshire (up three)

* 586 in Gwynedd (up nine)

* 1,196 in Wrexham (up 17 compared to figures published yesterday)


PHW
Conwy
603.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       707 confirmed (out of 8,972 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       7.9%

BCUHB
626.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,380 confirmed (out of 51,830 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       8.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 18, 2020, 10:50:09 AM
Coronavirus heat maps show how one North Wales county has seen huge rise in infections
Revised figures show the rates in the population illustrated in these charts

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/coronavirus-heat-maps-show-how-18616228 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/coronavirus-heat-maps-show-how-18616228)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: DVT on July 18, 2020, 12:59:45 PM
Isn't there a common factor between the recent "hot spots! ... Leicester, Hereford, Blackburn, Wrexham ???
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 18, 2020, 03:24:16 PM
Almost three quarters of new cases of coronavirus in Wales were recorded in just three counties of North Wales.

Public Health Wales said that there have been 10 new cases of Covid-19 in the country in the last 24 hours - bringing the total up to 16,897.
Seven of the positive test results were recorded in North Wales - four in Flintshire, two in Denbighshire and one in Wrexham.

Data shows 1,546 people in Wales have lost their lives to Covid-19.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board accounts for 22% of the Welsh population and has the highest death toll with 374.

A total of 4,387 people in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area have now tested positive for the virus since the start of the pandemic.

There have been 454 cases on Anglesey, 707 in Conwy, 771 in Denbighshire, 672 in Flintshire, 586 in Gwynedd and 1,197 in Wrexham.


PHW
Conwy
603.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       707 confirmed (out of 9,015 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       7.8%

BCUHB
627.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,387 confirmed (out of 52,135 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       8.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 19, 2020, 04:02:42 PM
One more person in Wales has died after testing positive for Covid-19, bringing the total number of deaths in the country to 1,547.

Today Public Health Wales reported 31 new known cases overall in Wales in the last 24 hours, meaning 16,928 people have now tested positive for the virus - although the true figure is likely to be much higher.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded 17 of those new cases.

One was in Conwy, one in Denbighshire, four in Flintshire, and 11 in Wrexham.

This brings the total number of cumulative cases in the North Wales health board area to 4,404.
The health board, which accounts for 22% of the Welsh population, has the highest death toll at 374.

Since the outbreak began 454 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 708 in Conwy, 772 in Denbighshire, 676 in Flintshire, 586 in Gwynedd and 1,208 in Wrexham.

Dr Chris Williams, Incident Director
“We continue to caution and remind the public and business owners that we all have a vital role in preventing the spread of Coronavirus by always sticking to social distancing guidelines - staying two metres away from others, and washing hands regularly. When travelling you should also avoid car sharing with people outside your household.


PHW
Conwy
604.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       708 confirmed (out of 9,203 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       7.7%

BCUHB
629.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,404 confirmed (out of 53,506 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       8.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 20, 2020, 04:57:36 PM
More than 6,000 coronavirus tests were carried out yesterday in Wales.           ref DP

There were 15 new cases reported as of today, and no deaths in the country.
The total number of confirmed cases in Wales now stands at 16, 943.

In the North Wales health board area, there are a total of 4,413 confirmed cases.
So far, there have been 374 deaths in North Wales.

While the total number of confirmed cases was relatively low today, this is accounted for by the fact that Public Health Wales data only includes tests carried out in NHS labs.

Since the outbreak began 454 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 708 in Conwy, 772 in Denbighshire, 676 in Flintshire, 586 in Gwynedd and 1,208 in Wrexham.


PHW
Conwy
604.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       708 confirmed (out of 9,292 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       7.6%

BCUHB
630.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,413 confirmed (out of 54,114 testing episodes)
Positivity*:       8.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 21, 2020, 03:49:58 PM
PHW
Conwy
605.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       710 confirmed
Testing episodes:       9,414  (8,032 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.5%

BCUHB
632.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,424 confirmed
Testing episodes:       54,896  (7,847 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 22, 2020, 04:01:06 PM
PUBLIC health figures reveal more than half of the latest number of coronavirus infections across the country came from North Wales.

In the latest daily data released by Public Health Wales (PHW) on Wednesday, July 22, it showed that 22 cases have been identified across Wales - with 17 reported in the North Wales region covered by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB).

In this local figure, 11 were recorded in Wrexham with four in Flintshire and one each in Denbighshire and Conwy. This means Anglesey and Gwynedd reported no new cases.

Wrexham remains the county with the highest total of positive cases of COVID-19 infection at 1,227 people. This is compared to 775 in Denbighshire, 711 in Conwy, 685 in Flintshire, 588 in Gwynedd and 455 in Anglesey.

BCUHB reported the only additional coronavirus-related death on July 22, meaning the current total remains at 375 – which is still the highest total across all Welsh health boards according to PHW records.

The headline data from PHW from across Wales shows that 16,987 people have tested positive for the virus to date and, sadly, 1,548 people have lost their life to a suspected COVID-19 death.            ref Pioneer


PHW
Conwy
606.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       711 confirmed
Testing episodes:       9,548  (8,147 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.4%

BCUHB
634.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,441 confirmed
Testing episodes:       55,369  (7,915 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 23, 2020, 04:01:36 PM
NORTH Wales again saw the highest jump in Wales' new coronavirus cases, the latest data shows.

Public Health Wales figures show that there have been 17 new cases, taking the regions's total number of confirmed cases of coronavirus to 4,458.

Across Wales, there were 43 new cases, with North Wales' new cases making up 40 per cent of these.

No new coronavirus related deaths were reported in North Wales, nor across Wales as a whole.

Dr Robin Howe, incident director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “We continue to caution and remind the public and business-owners that we all have a vital role in preventing the spread of coronavirus by always sticking to social distancing guidelines - staying two metres away from others, and washing hands regularly.


PHW
Conwy
606.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       711 confirmed
Testing episodes:       9,646  (8,230 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.4%

BCUHB
637.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,458 confirmed
Testing episodes:       55,956  (7,999 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 24, 2020, 10:04:22 AM
Full list of coronavirus cases in North Wales and the North West

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/full-list-coronavirus-deaths-cases-18652867 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/full-list-coronavirus-deaths-cases-18652867)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 24, 2020, 03:16:56 PM
There have been no new coronavirus deaths in Wales, Public Health Wales (PHW) said on Friday.

It said there were 45 new confirmed cases, meaning 17,075 people have now tested positive for Covid-19 in Wales.
PHW figures put the number of people who have died with the virus at 1,548.

On Tuesday, the Office for National Statistics put the total number of deaths at 2,484, as it includes all registered deaths where coronavirus is suspected.

PHW also reported that 6,097 tests had been carried out in the last day in both PHW and non-NHS laboratories, bringing the total number of tests done in Wales to 343,976.
The number of people who have been tested in total is 222,321 with 205,246 testing negative.

more   https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-51888681 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-51888681)


PHW
Conwy
607.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       712 confirmed
Testing episodes:       9,739  (8,310 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.3%

BCUHB
639.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,471 confirmed
Testing episodes:       56,502  (8,077 per 100,000)


More than 40 people are currently in hospital in Wrexham battling coronavirus.

The news comes after it emerged that 34 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the town in the last seven days, including nine in the last 24 hours - the highest rate in any part of Wales.

Meanwhile, the county borough has been placed second on a list of the ten local authority areas with the highest estimates of symptomatic COVID in the past week.

While there are more than 40 in hospital with coronavirus in the town, there are only five at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd and none at Ysbyty Gwynedd
https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/more-40-covid-patients-wrexham-18654513 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/more-40-covid-patients-wrexham-18654513)

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 25, 2020, 04:01:15 PM
There have been no new coronavirus deaths reported in Wales on Saturday, Public Health Wales (PHW) has confirmed.

This means only one death has been reported in the last week.

There were 30 new confirmed cases, meaning 17,105 people have now tested positive for Covid-19 in Wales. Five council areas had no new reported infections.

PHW figures put the number of people who have died with the virus at 1,548.

further details     https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-51888681 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-51888681)


PHW
Conwy
607.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       712 confirmed
Testing episodes:       9,860  (8,413 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.2%

BCUHB
641.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,487 confirmed
Testing episodes:       57,317  (8,193 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 26, 2020, 10:07:52 AM
Wrexham has the third highest coronavirus infection in the UK and there has been an increase in cases in Flintshire.

New heat maps show where coronavirus infection rates have been rising in North Wales over the last week.

Over the last week, Gwynedd has increased to a rate of 472.1 infected per 100,000 people, up from 470.5; Anglesey's numbers have risen to 649.6 from 648.2; and Conwy has increased from 603.2 to 607.5.

Denbighshire still has the highest level of infection in North Wales at 814, which has risen from 803.6; Wrexham has risen from 879.7 to 915; and Flintshire has increased to 443.9 from 342.7.

Across the UK only Leicester (1332.7) and Merthyr Tydfil (956.5) have a higher rate that Wrexham.

More   

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 26, 2020, 03:36:27 PM
18 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in North Wales, health chiefs have confirmed.

Public Health Wales announced on Sunday that there have been 22 new cases of the virus reported across Wales.
Of those, 18 were reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) area.

More than half of the new North Wales Cases (11) were reported in Wrexham.

The total number of cases now reported across North Wales is 4505 with; 1,266 in Wrexham, 779 in Denbighshire, 715 in Conwy, 700 in Flintshire, 589 in Gwynedd and 456 on Anglesey.

On Sunday Public Health also confirmed the number of deaths (of hospitalised patients in Welsh Hospitals or care home residents where covid-19 has been confirmed with a positive laboratory test) in the BCUHB area now stands at 376 - up one on the previous day.


PHW
Conwy
610.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       715 confirmed
Testing episodes:       10,004  (8,536 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.1%

BCUHB
644.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,505 confirmed
Testing episodes:       58,118  (8,308 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 27, 2020, 03:49:19 PM
TODAY 26 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in North Wales, health chiefs have confirmed. ref Pioneer

Public Health Wales announced on Sunday that there have been 45 new cases of the virus reported across Wales.
Of those, 26 were reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) area.

Of the new North Wales cases, 12 were reported in Wrexham. This follows the 11 new cases reported in Wrexham on Sunday.

There were eight new cases of coronavirus confirmed in Flintshire today.
The total number of cases now reported across North Wales is 4,531 with1,278 in Wrexham, 781 in Denbighshire, 716 in Conwy, 708 in Flintshire, 591 in Gwynedd and 457 on Anglesey.

No additional deaths of people who had tested positive for coronavirus in Wales were reported today.


PHW
Conwy
610.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       716 confirmed
Testing episodes:       10,181  (8,687 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.0%

BCUHB
647.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,531 confirmed
Testing episodes:       59,157  (8,456 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on July 27, 2020, 06:44:40 PM
Positivity has at last reached 7%.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 28, 2020, 03:41:28 PM
The number of weekly deaths from coronavirus has halved in Wales, according to latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

There were 11 registered deaths in the week ending 17 July and none at all across the Aneurin Bevan, Hywel Dda and Powys health board areas.

There were no deaths in care homes from the virus at all for the first time in four months.

Overall, there were seven deaths (1.3%) fewer than the five-year average.

In Wales, the total number of deaths involving the virus is now 2,501 but numbers have slowed considerably in recent weeks.

BBC report   Cont   https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-53565399 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-53565399)


PHW
Conwy
610.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       716 confirmed
Testing episodes:       10,391  (8,866 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.9%

BCUHB
649.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,545 confirmed
Testing episodes:       60,010  (8,578 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 29, 2020, 04:12:59 PM
PHW
Conwy
610.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       716 confirmed
Testing episodes:       10,577  (9,025 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.8%

BCUHB
652.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,567 confirmed
Testing episodes:       60,974  (8,716 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.5%


Here is the full list of coronavirus cases across Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 22 new cases - total 4,567

Anglesey: 0 new cases - total 457

Conwy: 0 new cases - total 716

Denbighshire: 2 new cases - total 785

Flintshire: 5 new cases - total 716

Gwynedd: 0 new cases - total 592

Wrexham: 15 new cases - total 1,301             Cases at Wrexham Maelor Hospital have nearly doubled in less than a week with between 70 and 80 confirmed cases.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 30, 2020, 10:41:44 AM
Take a look at some of the key figures of the pandemic in the UK - estimates of the death toll and whether cases are rising or falling. You can also find out more about cases in your area using our search tool and map.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51768274 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51768274)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 30, 2020, 03:06:29 PM
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Take a look at some of the key figures of the pandemic in the UK - estimates of the death toll and whether cases are rising or falling. You can also find out more about cases in your area using our search tool and map.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51768274 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51768274)

PHW
Conwy
610.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       716 confirmed
Testing episodes:       10,679  (9,112 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.7%

BCUHB
653.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,571 confirmed
Testing episodes:       61,622  (8,809 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.4%


Here is the full list of coronavirus cases across N/Wales ref DP
Betsi Cadwaladr: 4 new cases - total 4,571

Anglesey: 1 new case - total 458

Conwy: 0 new cases - total 716

Denbighshire: 0 new cases - total 785

Flintshire: 0 new cases - total 716

Gwynedd: 0 new cases - total 592

Wrexham: 3 new cases - total 1,304
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on July 31, 2020, 04:21:30 PM
LATEST figures from health officials show how coronavirus in North Wales continues to spread - particularly in North Wales.

Data shows that 24 of the 26 new cases of coronavirus acquired as of July 31 came from North Wales – specifically eight in Wrexham, eight in Denbighshire, six in Flintshire, one in Anglesey and one in Gwynedd.

Sadly, four more hospital patients died as a result of the virus and 2 ?  were reported from the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area which now has confirmed 387 people have lost their life to COVID-19.

Headline data for Wales shows that as of today – Friday – more than 17,258 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Wales and the current number of deaths currently stands at 1,560.       ref Pioneer


PHW
Conwy
Cases:       716 confirmed
Testing episodes:       10,764  (9,184 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.7%

BCUHB
656.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,595 confirmed
Testing episodes:       62,238  (8,897 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 01, 2020, 03:41:44 PM
Data from Public Health Wales on August 1 shows that 13 cases were recorded in North Wales - specifically five in Wrexham, two in Denbighshire, five in Flintshire and one in Anglesey.

The total for Wrexham, which is the county with the highest number of cases, now stands at 1,317 compared to 727 in Flintshire, 795 in Denbighshire, 716 in Conwy, 593 in Gwynedd and 460 in Anglesey.

Sadly, all deaths in Wales were under the Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board which recorded a further two deaths from hospital patients who died as a result of the virus.
The total for the health board now stands at 389 - the highest in Wales.

Headline data for Wales shows that as of today – Saturday – more than 244,995 people have been tested for the virus and the current number of deaths currently stands at 1,562.


PHW
Conwy
610.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       716 confirmed            (no new cases since 27/7/20)
Testing episodes:       10,871  (9,275 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.6%

BCUHB
658.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,608 confirmed
Testing episodes:       63,269  (9,044 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 02, 2020, 04:10:05 PM
Three people who were being treated for coronavirus at hospital in Wrexham have died overnight.
Last night, the hospital said it was caring for 64 people with the disease.   
"We expect this number to fluctuate as test results are received and new patients are admitted to the hospital. There remains a small number of cases at Deeside Community Hospital, Chirk Hospital, and Mold Community Hospital.   ref  DP

THERE has been a spike in coronavirus cases in North Wales, latest figures show.
Data released by Public Health Wales on August 2 showed that 27 new cases were recorded in the North Wales region.

Of which 10 in Wrexham, 11 in Flintshire, four in Denbighshire and two in Conwy.

The total for Wrexham now stands at 1,327 compared to 799 in Denbighshire, 738 in Flintshire, 718 in Conwy, 593 in Gwynedd and 460 in Anglesey.

Sadly, all deaths recorded in Wales were under the Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board after a rise of three - bringing the total to 392, the highest across Wales.
Nationally, a total of 248,136 people have been tested for the virus.  ref  Pioneer


PHW
Conwy
612.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       718 confirmed
Testing episodes:       10,976  (9,365 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.5%

BCUHB
662.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,635 confirmed
Testing episodes:       64,367  (9,201 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 03, 2020, 05:03:32 PM
MORE than half of the latest coronavirus cases across North Wales were reported in Wrexham, according to figures.

Public Health Wales has confirmed 24 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales.
Of those, 13 were reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Area.

Eight of the new cases were in Wrexham, three were in Flintshire and two were in Denbighshire.

The total number of cases across the region are now as follows: 1,335 in Wrexham, 801 in Denbighshire, 741 in Flintshire, 718 in Conwy, 593 in Gwynedd and 460 on Anglesey - bringing North Wales' total to 4,648.

Public Health Wales also confirmed no new deaths have been reported across Wales.


PHW
Conwy
612.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       718 confirmed
Testing episodes:       11,108  (9,478 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.5%

BCUHB
664.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,648 confirmed
Testing episodes:       65,446  (9,355 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 04, 2020, 03:45:43 PM
North Wales once again saw the highest number of new coronavirus cases overnight and one further death. ref DP

Public Health Wales today recorded 22 new cases, nine of which were in the region.
Flintshire saw the biggest rise in the number of positive cases, with seven more recorded in the last 24 hours.

The total number of people who have tested positive for the disease in Wales is now 17,361, although the true number is likely to be much higher.
The total number of deaths in Wales is now 1,566.
393 of the deaths were in North Wales.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, which accounts for around 22% of the Welsh population, has the highest death toll.

Here is the full list of coronavirus cases across Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 9 new cases - total 4,657
Anglesey: 0 new cases - total 460
Conwy: 3 new cases - total 721
Denbighshire: 0 new cases - total 801
Flintshire: 7 new cases - total 745
Gwynedd: 1 new case - total 594
Wrexham: 1 new case - total 1,336


PHW
Conwy
615.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       721 confirmed
Testing episodes:       11,200  (9,556 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.4%

BCUHB
665.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,657 confirmed
Testing episodes:       66,076  (9,445 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 05, 2020, 03:46:18 PM
North Wales once again saw the highest number of new coronavirus cases overnight and two further deaths.   ref DP

Public Health Wales today recorded 14 new cases, 10 of which were in the region.
The total number of people who have tested positive for the disease in Wales is now 17,374, although the true number is likely to be much higher.

The total number of deaths in Wales is now 1,568, with 395 of them in North Wales.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, which accounts for around 22% of the Welsh population, has the highest death toll.


Here is the full list of coronavirus cases across Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 10 new cases - total 4,667
Anglesey: 0 new cases - total 460
Conwy: 0 new cases - total 721
Denbighshire: 2 new cases - total 803
Flintshire: 2 new cases - total 747
Gwynedd: 0 new cases - total 594
Wrexham: 6 new cases - total 1,342


PHW
Conwy
615.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       721 confirmed
Testing episodes:       11,319  (9,658 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.4%

BCUHB
667.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,667 confirmed
Testing episodes:       66,851  (9,556 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on August 05, 2020, 06:02:04 PM
Good news for Conwy, then.  Meanwhile, the world death toll passes the 700,000 mark with 18,560.000 confirmed cases, to which can be added the numerous North Korean ones, of which we know nothing, and the thousands in Iran, which were conveniently mislaid.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 06, 2020, 03:20:57 PM
Data released by Public Health Wales today (Thursday, August 6) shows that seven new coronavirus cases were recorded in North Wales.

There were three new cases recorded in Wrexham, two in Flintshire, and two in Denbighshire.
There were no new cases in Conwy, Gwynedd, or Anglesey.

This brings the total for Wrexham to 1,345, compared to 805 in Denbighshire, 749 in Flintshire, 721 in Conwy, 594 in Gwynedd and 460 in Anglesey.

There were three additional deaths recorded in Wales, which were all in the Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board area. The region has now seen 395 patients die after testing positive for coronavirus.        ref Pioneer


PHW
Conwy
615.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       721 confirmed
Testing episodes:       11,451  (9,770 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.3%

BCUHB
668.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,674 confirmed
Testing episodes:       67,505  (9,650 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.9%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 07, 2020, 03:52:25 PM
North Wales saw six of the seven new coronavirus deaths in Wales and had more than half the number of new cases.

Public Health Wales today recorded 17 new cases, and 10 were in North Wales.
The total number of people who have tested positive for the disease in Wales is now 17,406, although the true number is likely to be much higher.

The total number of deaths in Wales is now 1,578, with 404 of them in North Wales.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, which accounts for around 22% of the Welsh population, has the highest death toll in Wales.

Here is the full list of coronavirus cases across Wales                                       ref  DP
Betsi Cadwaladr: 10 new cases - total 4,684
Anglesey: 1 new case - total 461
Conwy: 0 new cases - total 721
Denbighshire: 4 new cases - total 807
Flintshire: 3 new cases - total 752
Gwynedd: 1 new case - total 595
Wrexham: 3 new cases - total 1,348


PHW
Conwy
615.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       721 confirmed
Testing episodes:       11,589  (9,888 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
669.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,684 confirmed
Testing episodes:       68,397  (9,777 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 08, 2020, 02:35:01 PM
FOUR new coronavirus cases and one death have been confirmed in North Wales in the last day, the latest data shows.

Public Health Wales Figures released on Saturday show that three of the cases were confirmed in Wrexham, with the county borough's total now standing at 1,351 - with it having the third highest number of cases out of any local authority in Wales.

The four new cases in North Wales takes its total to 4,688, and the one confirmed coronavirus related death in the last day taking the region's total to 405.

To date, the total number of people in Wales who have died after testing positive for coronavirus stands at 1,578.

So far, 263,489 people have undergone coronavirus tests in Wales.       ref  Pioneer


PHW
Conwy
615.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       721 confirmed
Testing episodes:       11,654  (9,943 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
670.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,688 confirmed
Testing episodes:       69,046  (9,870 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 09, 2020, 02:55:14 PM
NINE new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales, the latest data shows.

Public Health Wales figures released on Sunday show that Wrexham again experienced the highest rate of new cases - with six cases confirmed there in the last day.

Wrexham's total of confirmed coronavirus makes up 1,357 of North Wales' 4,697 cases.

No new coronavirus related deaths were confirmed in North Wales, nor across Wales as a whole in the last day - leaving their respective totals at 405 and 1,579.


PHW
Conwy
616.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       722 confirmed
Testing episodes:       11,770  (10,042 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
671.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,697 confirmed
Testing episodes:       69,832  (9,982 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 10, 2020, 02:46:49 PM
A further 12 people have tested positive for coronavirus in Wales - but there have been no deaths for the third time this month.

The Public Health Wales daily update means 17,463 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board recorded seven new cases and no deaths.

The health board confirmed that no new cases were reported at Wrexham Maelor Hospital in the last 48 hours, with 41 confirmed coronavirus cases at the hospital at the moment.

The health board, which accounts for 22% of the Welsh population, has the highest death toll, with 405 confirmed deaths since the outbreak began.

Here is the full list of coronavirus cases across Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 7 new cases - total 4,704
Anglesey: No new cases - total 461
Conwy: One new case - total 723
Denbighshire: One new case - total 809
Flintshire: No new cases - total 753
Gwynedd: No new cases - total 596
Wrexham: Five new cases - total 1,362                   ref  DP


PHW
Conwy
616.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       723 confirmed
Testing episodes:       11,889  (10,144 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
672.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,704 confirmed
Testing episodes:       70,497  (10,077 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 11, 2020, 04:48:30 PM
Two more Covid-related deaths have been reported in North Wales over the past 24 hours, bringing the region's total to 407.

Another 13 people have also tested positive for coronavirus in Wales in that period.
The Public Health Wales daily update means 17,476 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, which accounts for 22% of the Welsh population,recorded five new cases and two deaths.

The health board has the highest death toll in Wales, with 407 out of the country's 1,581 confirmed deaths since the outbreak began.

Here is the full list of coronavirus cases across Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 5 new cases - total 4,709
Anglesey: No new cases - total 461
Conwy: One new case - total 724
Denbighshire: No new cases - total 809
Flintshire: No new cases - total 753
Gwynedd: No new cases - total 596
Wrexham: Four new cases - total 1,366   ref DP


PHW
Conwy
617.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       724 confirmed
Testing episodes:       12,007  (10,245 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%

BCUHB
673.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,709 confirmed
Testing episodes:       71,251  (10,185 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 12, 2020, 02:53:29 PM
Five more coronavirus-related deaths have been recorded in North Wales over the past 24 hours, bringing the region's total to 412.

Another eight people have also tested positive for coronavirus in Wales in that period.
The Public Health Wales daily update means 17,484 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

All of the deaths recorded in Wales in the past 24 hours were in North Wales.

In the last 24 hours, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board [BCUHB], which accounts for 22% of the Welsh population, also recorded five new cases.

The health board has the highest death toll in Wales out of the country's 1,581 confirmed deaths since the outbreak began.
BCUHB said there had been no new confirmed coronavirus cases at Wrexham Maelor Hospital in four days after an outbreak took place there...........................A total of 33 people with the virus remain in hospital there.


Here is the full list of coronavirus cases across Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 5 new cases - total 4,714
Anglesey: No new cases - total 461
Conwy: One new case - total 725
Denbighshire: No new cases - total 809
Flintshire: No new cases - total 753
Gwynedd: Two new cases - total 598
Wrexham: Two new cases - total 1,368                                            ref DP


PHW
Conwy
618.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       725 confirmed
Testing episodes:       12,266  (10,466 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.9%

BCUHB
673.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,714 confirmed
Testing episodes:       72,226  (10,325 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on August 12, 2020, 03:15:49 PM
For those who think dealing with this should not be a political matter:

Coronavirus: Highest daily UK cases since June on day government fails to publish data

Confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the UK have risen to the highest daily total since mid-June, breaching an official government threshold.

Ministers failed to publish data last night – blaming “technical difficulties” – but the figure of 1,148 was mysteriously posted on a separate website, for the 24 hours to 9am on Tuesday.

It is the highest since there were 1,221 new daily infections on 21 June. The Joint Biosecurity Centre (JBC) has raised the alarm over any figure above 1,000.

In May, the centre set keeping the caseload below 1,000 confirmed infections a day was a key target it believed must be met if “flare-ups” of coronavirus are to be avoided.

The Department of Health and Social Care is playing down the significance of the ceiling, insisting there are still “low levels of disease compared to the start of the pandemic”.

But Christina Pagel, of the Independent Sage group of scientists, said Boris Johnson must set out if he would be changing strategy, as infections rise again.

“The JBC set 1,000 cases a day as a warning threshold – but we don't know what action is meant to be taken on the back of it, or why they picked 1,000,” said the research professor at University, “Mr Johnson has said opening schools a priority but he hasn't given any detail of what that means in terms of policy, nor any indication that they are trying to drive down cases before schools open in England.”

There is growing criticism of declining transparency about the Covid picture, over the summer months, with parliament shut down and the once-daily press conferences abandoned.

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 13, 2020, 04:53:16 PM
Five more coronavirus cases have been recorded in North Wales over the past 24 hours.

A total of 15 people tested positive for the virus across the whole of Wales in that period.

The Public Health Wales daily update means 17,499 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

There were no new deaths recorded over the last 24 hours.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board [BCUHB], which accounts for 22% of the Welsh population, has the highest death toll in Wales with 412 of the country's 1,586 confirmed suspected deaths, since the outbreak began.

BCUHB said there had been no new confirmed coronavirus cases at Wrexham Maelor Hospital in the last five days, after an outbreak took place there.

Here is the full list of coronavirus cases across Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 5 new cases - total 4,719
Anglesey: No new cases - total 461
Conwy: Two new cases - total 727
Denbighshire: One new case - total 810
Flintshire: No new cases - total 753
Gwynedd: One new case - total 599
Wrexham: One new case - total 1,369                                        REF DP


PHW
Conwy
Cases:       727 confirmed
Testing episodes:       12,383  (10,565 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.9%

BCUHB
674.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,719 confirmed
Testing episodes:       72,870  (10,417 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 14, 2020, 03:26:10 PM
Another six coronavirus cases have been recorded in North Wales over the past 24 hours.
A total of 18 people tested positive for the virus across the whole of Wales in that period.

The Public Health Wales daily update means 17,516 people have now tested positive for the disease although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

There were no new deaths recorded over the last 24 hours

Here is the full list of coronavirus cases across Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 6 new cases - total 4,725
Anglesey : No new cases - total 461
Conwy : No new cases - total 727
Denbighshire : One new case - total 811
Flintshire : One new case - total 754
Gwynedd : No new cases - total 599
Wrexham : Four new cases - total 1,373               ref DP


PHW
Conwy
620.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       727 confirmed
Testing episodes:       12,526  (10,687 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.8%

BCUHB
675.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,725 confirmed
Testing episodes:       73,554  (10,514 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on August 15, 2020, 02:23:50 PM
Globally, the death toll has now exceeded three quarters of a million;  infections are at 21,240,300.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 15, 2020, 03:19:55 PM
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Globally, the death toll has now exceeded three quarters of a million;  infections are at 21,240,300.

Reading the BBC news article "Is the world winning the pandemic fight?" one comment stood out.............

Dr Margaret Harris, from the WHO says, "while this is a single pandemic, it is not one single story. The impact of Covid-19 is different around the world and it is easy to blind yourself to the reality beyond your own country.

But one fact unites everyone, whether they make their home in the Amazon rainforest, the skyscrapers of Singapore or the late-summer streets of the UK: this is a virus that thrives on close human contact. The more we come together, the easier it will spread. That is as true today as when the virus first emerged in China.

This central tenet explains the situation wherever you are in the world and dictates what the future will look like."

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-53694982 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-53694982)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 16, 2020, 02:41:13 PM
Saturday's figures.....
PHW
Conwy
621.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       728 confirmed
Testing episodes:       12,670  (10,810 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.7%

BCUHB
677.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,737 confirmed
Testing episodes:       74,271  (10,617 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.4%


Todays Figures.....

TEN new cases of coronavirus have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have said.

Public Health Wales announced on Sunday that 18 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales.

Of the 10 new cases reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area, there were; five in Wrexham, two in Denbighshire, two in Flintshire and one in Gwynedd.

No new cases were reported in Conwy or on Anglesey.

The total number of cases recorded so far per county are as follows: 1,382 in Wrexham, 813 in Denbighshire, 758 in Flintshire, 728 in Conwy, 604 in Gwynedd and 462 on Anglesey.

It was also confirmed on Sunday that the total number of deaths reported to Public Health Wales in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area was 415 - up by two on the previous day.            ref Pioneer


PHW
Conwy
621.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       728 confirmed
Testing episodes:       12,823  (10,941 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.7%

BCUHB
678.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,747 confirmed
Testing episodes:       75,139  (10,741 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 17, 2020, 05:22:08 PM
PHW
Conwy
621.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       728 confirmed
Testing episodes:       12,922  (11,025 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.6%

BCUHB
679.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,752 confirmed
Testing episodes:       75,818  (10,838 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 18, 2020, 03:36:37 PM
Eight new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales - but no further deaths have been reported.

Public Health Wales today recorded 24 new cases across the country - with four in Wrexham, two in Denbighshire, with one each in Flintshire and Anglesey.

No further deaths in Wales were recorded in figures released on Tuesday.

The total number of people who have tested positive for the disease in Wales is now 17,599, although the true number is likely to be much higher.

The total number of deaths in Wales remains at 1,589, with 415 of them in North Wales.


PHW
Conwy
621.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       728 confirmed
Testing episodes:       13,035  (11,122 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.6%

BCUHB
680.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,760 confirmed
Testing episodes:       76,559  (10,944 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 19, 2020, 02:55:56 PM
Eight new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales - but no further deaths have been reported.

Public Health Wales today recorded 21 new cases across the country - with one in Wrexham, one in Conwy, and two each in Anglesey, Gwynedd and Denbighshire.

No further deaths in Wales were recorded in figures released on Wednesday.
The total number of people who have tested positive for the disease in Wales is now 17,620 although the true number is likely to be much higher.
The total number of deaths in Wales remains at 1,589, with 415 of them in North Wales.  ref DP


PHW
Conwy
622.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       729 confirmed
Testing episodes:       13,172  (11,239 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.5%

BCUHB
681.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,768 confirmed
Testing episodes:       77,348  (11,057 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 20, 2020, 04:17:29 PM
Eight new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales - but no further deaths have been reported.

Public Health Wales today recorded 19 new cases across the country - including cases in Anglesey, Flintshire, Gwynedd, Wrexham and Denbighshire.

No further deaths in Wales were recorded in figures released on Wednesday.

The Welsh Government has announced £32m worth of funding to speed up testing and create 160 new jobs.

The total number of people who have tested positive for the disease in Wales is now 17,639 although the true number is likely to be much higher.

The total number of deaths in Wales remains at 1,589, with 415 of them in North Wales.       ref DP


PHW
Conwy
622.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       730 confirmed
Testing episodes:       13,348  (11,389 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.5%

BCUHB
682.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,776 confirmed
Testing episodes:       78,370  (11,203 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 21, 2020, 03:15:19 PM
Three new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales - but no further deaths have been reported.
Public Health Wales today recorded 34 new cases across the country - including cases in Anglesey, Flintshire and Gwynedd.

No further deaths in Wales were recorded in figures released today (August 21). This means the total number of deaths in Wales remains at 1,589, with 415 of them in North Wales.

Public Health Wales says 301,016 individuals have been tested with 283,343 negative results.
Here is the full list of coronavirus cases across Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: Three new cases - total 4,779
Anglesey: One new case - total 466
Conwy: No new cases - total 730
Denbighshire: No new cases - total 818
Flintshire: One new case - total 763
Gwynedd: One new case - total 609
Wrexham: No new cases - total 1,393

PHW
Conwy
622.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       730 confirmed
Testing episodes:       13,541  (11,553 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.4%

BCUHB
683.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,779 confirmed
Testing episodes:       79,193  (11,320 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%



Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 22, 2020, 02:42:33 PM
LATEST figures from health officials show how coronavirus in North Wales continues to spread.

Eight of the 34 new cases of coronavirus acquired as of August 22 came from North Wales – specifically five in Gwynedd, two from Wrexham and one from Flintshire.

Headline data for Wales shows that as of today – Saturday – just under 17,710 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Wales and the current number of deaths currently stands at 1,590.             ref Pioneer


PHW
Conwy
622.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       730 confirmed
Testing episodes:       13,676  (11,669 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.3%

BCUHB
684.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,787 confirmed
Testing episodes:       80,015  (11,438 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 23, 2020, 02:49:28 PM
LATEST figures from health officials show how coronavirus in North Wales continues to slowly spread.

Three of the 20 new cases of coronavirus acquired as of August 23 came from North Wales – specifically two from Flintshire and one from Wrexham.

The highest concentration of today’s cases once again came from the Cardiff area – with 11 positive cases in the confirmed in the last 24 hours.

Both of the latests hospital patients who died as a result of the virus were under the care of Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) according to the latest release.

To date, BCUHB – the largest health board in Wales – has confirmed 417 people have lost their life to COVID-19.

Headline data for Wales shows that as of today – Sunday – just under 17,730 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Wales and the current number of deaths currently stands at 1,592.                                  ref Pioneer


PHW
Conwy
622.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       730 confirmed
Testing episodes:       13,799  (11,774 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.3%
BCUHB
684.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,790 confirmed
Testing episodes:       80,714  (1(11,538 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.9%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 24, 2020, 02:49:09 PM
PHW
Conwy
623.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       731 confirmed
Testing episodes:       13,884  (11,846 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.3%

BCUHB
685.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,794 confirmed
Testing episodes:       81,507  (11,651 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.9%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 25, 2020, 03:25:48 PM
Ten new cases of coronavirus have been reported across North Wales, it has been confirmed.

Public Health Wales announced on Tuesday that 28 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales.

Of the new cases reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area, there was; one on Anglesey, one in Denbighshire, two in Flintshire, four in Gwynedd and two in Wrexham. No new cases were reported in Conwy.

The number of cases in each county to date is as follows: 1,400 in Wrexham, 820 in Denbighshire, 768 in Flintshire, 731 in Conwy, 618 in Gwynedd and 467 on Anglesey.

The total number of deaths reported to Public Health Wales in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area is 418.  ref Pioneer


PHW
Conwy
623.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       731 confirmed
Testing episodes:       14,153  (12,076 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.2%

BCUHB
686.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,804 confirmed
Testing episodes:       82,668  (11,817 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 26, 2020, 03:00:25 PM
Another person has died with coronavirus in Wales, according to the latest data released by Public Health Wales (PHW) today (August 26).
The death toll for the country is now 1,594 after the latest death.

There are 34 new cases across Wales. Just one of those was in North Wales and was confirmed in Wrexham. Cardiff has seen a double-figure rise in cases with 12 new positive tests reported today.

PHW says 317,387 individuals have been tested, with 299,579 negative results.

The total number of people who have tested positive in Wales is now 17,808 although the true number is likely to be much higher.

Here is the full list of coronavirus cases across Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: One new case - total 4,805
Anglesey: No new cases - total 467
Conwy: No new cases - total 731
Denbighshire: No new cases - total 820
Flintshire: No new cases - total 768
Gwynedd: No new cases - total 618
Wrexham: One new case - total 1,401


PHW
Conwy
623.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       731 confirmed
Testing episodes:       14,340  (12,235 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%

BCUHB
686.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,805 confirmed
Testing episodes:       83,511  (11,938 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 27, 2020, 03:43:10 PM
One more person has died with coronavirus in Wales, according to the latest figures released by Public Health Wales (PHW) today (August 27).

A total of 1,595 have now died since the start of the pandemic.
Another 35 positive tests for Covid-19 have been confirmed. Of those, five were in North Wales.

PHW says a total of 320,565 people have been tested, with 302,722 negative results.
The total number of people who have tested positive in Wales is now 17,843 although the true number is likely to be much higher.

Here is the full list of coronavirus cases across Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: Five new cases - total 4,810
Anglesey: No new cases - total 467
Conwy: One new case - total 732
Denbighshire: One new case - total 821
Flintshire: One new case - total 769
Gwynedd: No new cases - total 618
Wrexham: Two new cases - total 1,403


PHW
Conwy 
624.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       732 confirmed
Testing episodes:       14,514  (12,384 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
687.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,810 confirmed
Testing episodes:       84,300  (12,050 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 28, 2020, 03:14:11 PM
PHW
Conwy
624.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       732 confirmed
Testing episodes:       14,656  (12,505 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
688.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,818 confirmed
Testing episodes:       85,121  (12,168 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on August 28, 2020, 05:24:11 PM
Globally, cases are nudging towards 25m but the fatality count is only slowly edging upwards, standing at 832,748.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 29, 2020, 03:18:49 PM
THE number of new cases of coronavirus for North Wales remains low, latest figures show.

Data released by Public Health Wales on August 29, shows that there had been six new cases in the North Wales region.
Of which four were in Flintshire, one in Wrexham and one in Conwy.

Wrexham still has the highest total of positive cases with 1,406 compared to 823 in Denbighshire, 775 in Flintshire, 733 in Conwy, 620 in Gwynedd and 467 in Anglesey.

The Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board recorded no further deaths so the total remains at 419 - the highest death toll across Wales.

Investigations into the number of coronavirus cases have indicated a lack of social distancing.

Dr Giri Shankar, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “Our investigations into a number of cases of Coronavirus have indicated that a lack of social distancing, in particular by a minority of the 20-30 year age group, has resulted in the spread of the virus to other groups of people.

“I would make a direct appeal to young people to remember that even if they feel that they would not be badly affected by COVID-19 if they were to test positive for it, if they were to pass it on to older or more vulnerable family members, friends or colleagues it could be extremely serious, even fatal.

“Despite the lower infection rates in Wales, Coronavirus has not gone away. It remains the responsibility of everyone to help prevent the spread of this virus – that is, by self-isolating when asked to do so, staying two metres away from others, and by washing hands regularly.                       ref Pioneer

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 29, 2020, 03:57:14 PM
Update on above.

PHW
Conwy
625.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       733 confirmed
Testing episodes:       14,775  (12,606 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
689.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,824 confirmed
Testing episodes:       85,779  (12,262 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 30, 2020, 02:27:35 PM
There have been no further deaths from coronavirus in Wales, according to the latest figures from Public Health Wales (PHW).

But there have been 56 new cases of the virus reported by PHW, meaning 17,973 people have now tested positive.

The cases are spread across Wales with only four council areas - Anglesey, Blaenau Gwent, Conwy and Merthyr Tydfil - not reporting any new cases.

The total number of people who have died with Covid-19 is 1,595.
The number of people who have been tested in Wales is 331,223, with 313,250 testing negative. ref BBC

As the first wave of the pandemic nears its end, how has the pattern of coronavirus looked across Wales?
cont  https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-53512349 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-53512349)


PHW
Conwy
625.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       733 confirmed
Testing episodes:       14,951  (12,756 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%

BCUHB
690.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,829 confirmed
Testing episodes:       86,893  (12,421 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on August 30, 2020, 03:26:43 PM
The world has just passed 25m cases. Deaths, globally,. are 843,286
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on August 31, 2020, 03:17:46 PM
THREE new cases of covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have confirmed. ref  Pioneer

Public Health Wales announced on Monday afternoon that 39 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales.

Of the three new cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area, there was one on Anglesey, one in Conwy and one in Flintshire.

No new cases were reported in Denbighshire, Gwynedd or Wrexham.

The total number of cases reported across North Wales is as follows; 1,407 in Wrexham, 825 in Denbighshire, 777 in Flintshire, 734 in Conwy, 621 in Gwynedd and 468 on Anglesey.

A total of 419 total deaths have been reported to Public Health Wales in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Area to date.


PHW
Conwy
626.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       734 confirmed
Testing episodes:       15,090  (12,875 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%

BCUHB
690.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,832 confirmed
Testing episodes:       87,715  (12,539 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on August 31, 2020, 06:40:05 PM
I'm pleased that we don't seem to have seen a threatened second wave.  Mustn't speak too soon.,..
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 01, 2020, 04:07:25 PM
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I'm pleased that we don't seem to have seen a threatened second wave.  Mustn't speak too soon.,..

I admit I was expecting the worst to happen, but as has been said, more positive cases than fatalities involving the younger generation, my next worry, is the winter getting nearer, and the difficulties in differentiating between normal winter ailments and the Virus, this is going to be a big headache.


Todays Figures
There have been nine further cases of coronavirus recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to figures released by Public Health Wales today (September 1).

Across the whole of Wales, there have been 51 new positive tests recorded - bringing the country's total to 18,063.
One more fatality has also been reported in Wales, where the death toll now stands at 1,596.
There was no increase in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board  area, where a total of 419 deaths have been recorded.

Figures show that more than 4,733 tests were carried out across Wales yesterday - meaning 561,920 tests have now been conducted since the start of the pandemic.

Here is the full list of coronavirus cases across Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 9 new cases - total 4,841
Anglesey: no new cases - total 468
Conwy: 3 new cases - total 737
Denbighshire: No new cases - total 825
Flintshire: 2 new cases - total 778
Gwynedd: 3 new cases - total 624
Wrexham: 1 new case - total 1,408


PHW
Conwy
628.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       737 confirmed
Testing episodes:       15,191  (12,961 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%

BCUHB
692.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,841 confirmed
Testing episodes:       88,448  (12,643 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 02, 2020, 03:30:19 PM
There have been eight further cases of coronavirus recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to figures released by Public Health Wales today (September 2).

Across the whole of Wales, there have been 42 new positive tests recorded - bringing the country's total to 18,105.
There has been no new fatalities reported in Wales, where the death toll remains at 1,596.

Figures show that more than 6,776 tests were carried out across Wales yesterday - meaning 568,696 tests have now been conducted since the start of the pandemic.

Here is the full list of coronavirus cases across Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 8 new cases - total 4,849
Anglesey: no new cases - total 468
Conwy: 2 new cases - total 739
Denbighshire: No new cases - total 825
Flintshire: 3 new cases - total 781
Gwynedd: 2 new cases - total 626
Wrexham: 2 new cases - total 1,410


PHW
Conwy
630.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       739 confirmed
Testing episodes:       15,368  (13,112 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.8%
BCUHB
693.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,849 confirmed
Testing episodes:       89,765  (12,832 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 03, 2020, 03:58:07 PM
PHW
Conwy
632.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       741 confirmed
Testing episodes:       15,655  (13,357 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.7%

BCUHB
694.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,856 confirmed
Testing episodes:       90,952  (13,001 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 04, 2020, 03:34:10 PM
There have been six further cases of coronavirus recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to figures released by Public Health Wales today (September 4).

Across the whole of Wales, there have been 51 new positive tests recorded - bringing the country's total to 18,155.
No new fatalities have been reported in Wales, where the death toll remains at 1,596.

Dr Robin Howe, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “We are now seeing a steady increase in cases and our investigations show that many of these have been transmitted due to a lack of social distancing.

“I repeat my direct appeal to everyone to please remember that, even if you feel that you would not be badly affected by COVID-19 if you were to test positive, should you pass it on to older or more vulnerable family members, friends or colleagues it could be extremely serious and even fatal.

“Coronavirus has not gone away.  It remains the responsibility of everyone to help prevent the spread of this virus – that is, by self-isolating when asked to do so, staying two metres away from others, and by washing hands regularly."

Betsi Cadwaladr: 6 new cases - total 4,862
Anglesey: no new cases - total 468
Conwy: 1 new case - total 742
Denbighshire: No new cases - total 825
Flintshire: 1 new case - total 783
Gwynedd: 1 new cases- total 630
Wrexham: 3 new cases - total 1,414


PHW
Conwy
633.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population
Cases:       742 confirmed
Testing episodes:       15,892  (13,559 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.7%

BCUHB
695.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population
Cases:       4,862 confirmed
Testing episodes:       92,001  (13,151 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 05, 2020, 03:38:40 PM
A TOTAL of 77 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Wales amid concerns over lack of social distancing.   ref Pioneer

Public Health Wales figures show that Aneurin Bevan Health Board in South Wales registered 24 of the cases, with concerns over an outbreak in the town of Caerphilly.

North Wales registered eight new cases, with five of these being in Wrexham, with two in Conwy and one in Flintshire .

The region's total number of confirmed cases now sits at 4,870.
One new suspected coronavirus related death was confirmed in North Wales, taking it's total of registered deaths to 420.

Wales' total number of coronavirus cases now stands at 18,283, with 356,662 people having been tested for the virus to date.


PHW
Conwy
Cases:       744 confirmed
Testing episodes:       16,077  (13,717 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.6%

BCUHB
696.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,870 confirmed
Testing episodes:       92,826  (13,269 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 06, 2020, 03:27:04 PM
A further 98 people have tested positive for coronavirus, according to a daily update from Public Health Wales (PHW).

No new deaths have been reported, meaning the total number of people who have died with Covid-19 remains at 1,597.

Twenty-five people tested positive in Caerphilly, 23 in Rhondda Cynon Taff and 10 in Cardiff in the last day.

No cases have been reported in Anglesey or Ceredigion. ref BBC

One new case Conwy
PHW
Conwy
635.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       745 confirmed
Testing episodes:       16,248  (13,863 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.6%

BCUHB
697.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,878 confirmed
Testing episodes:       93,763  (13,403 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 07, 2020, 04:16:49 PM
There have been 18 further positive coronavirus tests recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours - with half of the new infections in Wrexham.

Across Wales, there are now 18,514 confirmed cases following a rise of 133.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board there are now 4,896, according to Public Health Wales figures released today (September 7).
The biggest increase was in Wrexham, where nine new cases were recorded.

Nationwide, no new fatalities have been reported and the death toll remains at 1,597.
The number of deaths recorded in North Wales remains at 420, according to Public Health Wales.

There were 5,881 tests carried out yesterday - bringing the total to 600,409 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr:  18 new cases - total 4,896
Anglesey: 1 new case - total 469
Conwy:  2 new cases - total 747
Denbighshire: 3 new cases - total 829
Flintshire: 2 new cases - total 789
Gwynedd: 1 new case - total 633
Wrexham: 9 new cases - total 1,429                      ref DP


PHW
Conwy
637.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       747 confirmed
Testing episodes:       16,412  (14,003 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.6%

BCUHB
699.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,896 confirmed
Testing episodes:       94,459  (13,503 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on September 07, 2020, 06:16:26 PM
From all the signs it appears that a second wave is being formed, although mainly in the urban and densely populated areas.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 08, 2020, 03:43:34 PM
There have been 15 further positive coronavirus tests recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to new figures released by Public Health Wales.

Across Wales, there are now 18,664 confirmed cases following a rise of 150.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board there are now 4,911, according to the latest case numbers released today Sep 8

For the second day running, the biggest increase in North Wales was in Wrexham, where six new cases were recorded.

Nationwide, no new fatalities have been reported and the death toll remains at 1,597.


The number of deaths recorded in North Wales remains at 420, according to Public Health Wales.
There were 7,171 tests carried out yesterday - bringing the total to 607,580 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr:   15 new cases - total 4,911
Anglesey: 0 new cases - total 469
Conwy:  2 new cases - total 749
Denbighshire: 2 new cases - total 831
Flintshire: 3 new cases - total 792
Gwynedd: 2 new cases - total 635
Wrexham: 6 new cases - total 1,435


PHW
Conwy
639.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       749 confirmed
Testing episodes:       16,571  (14,139 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.5%

BCUHB
702.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,911 confirmed
Testing episodes:       95,345  (13,629 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on September 08, 2020, 06:05:28 PM
One worrying thing is that the deaths globally are now starting to climb again. They're about to cross the 900,000 boundary while infections are 27.3m.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Fester on September 08, 2020, 08:49:09 PM
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One worrying thing is that the deaths globally are now starting to climb again. They're about to cross the 900,000 boundary while infections are 27.3m.

I’m not so sure, certainly not as a percentage of the total of those who test positive.
And certainly not compared to the time when hospitals were overwhelmed back in April.
Even on Worldometer.com, which I use to track cases and deaths by country, there are gaps in the data... and unreliable data from some countries.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on September 09, 2020, 10:51:53 AM
True...
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 09, 2020, 03:44:44 PM
There have been 22 further positive coronavirus tests recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to new figures released by Public Health Wales.........Across Wales, there are now 18,829 confirmed cases following a rise of 165.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board there are now 4,933, according to the latest case numbers released today Sep 9
The biggest increase in North Wales came in Wrexham and Flintshire, with both areas recording seven new cases.
Nationwide, no new fatalities have been reported and the death toll remains at 1,597.

The number of deaths recorded in North Wales remains at 420, according to Public Health Wales.
There were 9,607 tests carried out yesterday - bringing the total to 617,186 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr:    22 new cases - total 4,933
Anglesey: 1 new cases - total 470
Conwy:  2 new cases - total 751
Denbighshire: 3 new cases - total 834
Flintshire: 7 new cases - total 799
Gwynedd: 2 new cases - total 637
Wrexham: 7 new cases - total 1,442                                        ref DP


PHW
Conwy
640.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       751 confirmed
Testing episodes:       16,785  (14,321 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.5%

BCUHB
705.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,933 confirmed
Testing episodes:       96,612  (13,810 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on September 10, 2020, 02:12:59 PM
As global infections nudge 28m, global deaths have now passed 904,364. It's likely we'll pass 1m deaths soon.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 10, 2020, 03:08:51 PM
There have been 22 further positive coronavirus tests recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to new figures released by Public Health Wales.

Public Health Wales has said it is 'concerned' at the significant rise in positive coronavirus cases in the Merthyr Tydfil and Rhondda Cynon Taf areas.

Across Wales, there are now 18,931 confirmed cases following a rise of 102.
In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board there are now 4,956, according to the latest case numbers released today (September 10).

The number of deaths recorded in North Wales remains at 420, according to Public Health Wales.

There were 7,799 tests carried out yesterday - bringing the total to 624,985 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Deaths stand at 1,597 with no new ones reported in the past 24 hours.

Betsi Cadwaladr:    23 new cases - total 4,956
Anglesey: 4 new cases - total 474
Conwy:  4 new cases - total 755                                      (now 16 cases this month)
Denbighshire: 2 new cases - total 836
Flintshire: 4 new cases - total 803
Gwynedd: 5 new cases - total 642
Wrexham: 4 new cases - total 1,446


PHW
Conwy
644.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       755 confirmed
Testing episodes:       17,041  (14,540 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.4%

BCUHB
708.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,956 confirmed
Testing episodes:       97,763  (13,975 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 11, 2020, 10:15:16 AM
Interesting figures on our neighbouring Counties............

Full list of all the Covid-19 cases and deaths across North Wales and the North West of England.

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/full-list-covid-19-cases-18915108 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/full-list-covid-19-cases-18915108)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 11, 2020, 02:57:25 PM
There have been 23 further positive coronavirus tests recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to new figures released by Public Health Wales.

Across Wales, there are now 19,064 confirmed cases following a rise of 133.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board there are now 4,956, according to the latest case numbers released today (September 11).

The number of deaths recorded in North Wales remains at 420, according to Public Health Wales.
There were 8,751 tests carried out yesterday - bringing the total to 633,736 since the beginning of the pandemic.
Deaths stand at 1,597 with no new ones reported in the past 24 hours.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 23 new cases - total 4,979
Anglesey:  No new cases - total 474
Conwy: 1 new case - total 756
Denbighshire: 4 new cases - total 840
Flintshire: 8 new cases - total 811
Gwynedd: 3 new cases - total 645
Wrexham: 7 new cases - total 1,453


PHW
Conwy
Cases:       756 confirmed
Testing episodes:       17,189  (14,666 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.4%

BCUHB
711.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       4,979 confirmed
Testing episodes:       98,654  (14,102 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 12, 2020, 02:59:43 PM
EVERY part of Wales saw a rise in new coronavirus cases, according to the latest figures, as health chiefs continue to ask the public to follow rules.  ref Pioneer

A total of 164 new coronavirus cases have been reported to Public Health Wales in the last 24 hours, according to the latest figures, with data showing a rise in every corner of the country.

Of this number, 22 positive test came from areas in the North Wales region covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB).

These figures are broken down to include eight reports in Conwy, followed by six in Flintshire, three each for Wrexham and Gwynedd and one each from Anglesey and Denbighshire.

Nationally, there have been a total of 19,228 cases since records began.

A full week has passed since the last recorded coronavirus death in Wales - meaning the total number of lives sadly lost to the virus stands at 1,597 across the country.

Dr Christopher Williams, incident director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “Public Health Wales welcomes the new action being taken from Monday 14 September by Welsh Government to prevent further rises in positive coronavirus cases. These include the mandatory wearing of face coverings by people over 11 in public places, like shops, and that only six people from an extended household can meet indoors.

“We are now seeing a steady increase in cases in a number of communities across Wales, and our investigations show that many of these have been transmitted due to a lack of social distancing. This has resulted in the spread of the virus to other groups of people.

From the Covid 19  thread....“We have seen an increase in cases at Glan Clwyd Hospital over the last week. We are currently managing 14 confirmed COVID-19 cases there, as well as a small number at Colwyn Bay and Llandudno Hospitals.”


PHW
Conwy
651.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       764 confirmed
Testing episodes:       17,385  (14,833 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.4%

BCUHB
714.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,001 confirmed
Testing episodes:       99,687  (14,250 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 13, 2020, 03:37:27 PM
NORTH Wales health board returns small number of new cases compared to other parts of the country, as latest figures show national coronavirus rise continues.

A total of 162 new coronavirus cases have been reported to Public Health Wales in the last 24 hours, according to the latest figures, with data showing a rise in every corner of the country.

Of this number, 18 positive tests came from areas in the North Wales region covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB).

These figures are broken down to include nine in Flintshire, three in Denbighshire and two each from Anglesey, Conwy and Wrexham.

Gwynedd was the only county not to return any new cases on Sunday.

Nationally, there have been a total of 19,390 cases since records began.

Just over one full week has passed since the last recorded coronavirus death in Wales - meaning the total number of lives sadly lost to the virus stands at 1,597 across the country.

Of this number, BCUHB - the largest health board in the country - accounts for 420.    ref Pioneer


PHW
Conwy
Cases:       766 confirmed
Testing episodes:       17,587  (15,006 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.4%

Conwy
717.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,019 confirmed
Testing episodes:       100,742  (14,401 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 14, 2020, 03:04:09 PM
There have been 29 further positive coronavirus tests recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to new figures released by Public Health Wales.

Across Wales, there are now 19,573 confirmed cases following a rise of 183.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board there are now 5,048, according to the latest case numbers released today (September 14).

The number of deaths recorded in North Wales remains at 420, according to Public Health Wales.

There were 9,967 tests carried out yesterday - bringing the total to 665,264 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Deaths stand at 1,597 with no new ones reported in the past 24 hours.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 29 new cases - total 5,019
Anglesey:  3 new cases - total 480
Conwy: 11 new cases - total 777............18 cases in August and in the first two weeks of September 40 cases.
Denbighshire: 2 new case - total 846
Flintshire: 6 new cases - total 832
Gwynedd: 2 new cases - total 650
Wrexham: 5 new cases - total 1,463


PHW
Conwy
Cases:       777 confirmed
Testing episodes:       17,865  (15,243 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.3%

BCUHB
721.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,048 confirmed
Testing episodes:       102,032  (14,585 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on September 15, 2020, 11:14:17 AM
The Covid death toll has started to climb. As we approach 30m confirmed cases globally, the death toll has started accelerating towards a million. Today we hear that in France, the Marseilles hospital IC unit (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-54151281) is close to capacity.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 15, 2020, 02:51:42 PM
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The Covid death toll has started to climb. As we approach 30m confirmed cases globally, the death toll has started accelerating towards a million. Today we hear that in France, the Marseilles hospital IC unit (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-54151281) is close to capacity.

Perhaps those who question the cost and the need of our Rainbow hospitals, should read the above link.

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There have been 21 further positive coronavirus tests recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to new figures released by Public Health Wales.
Across Wales, there are now 19,681 confirmed cases following a rise of 110.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board there are now 5,048, according to the latest case numbers released today (September 15).

The number of deaths recorded in North Wales remains at 420, according to Public Health Wales.

There were 7,902  tests carried out yesterday - bringing the total to 673,166 since the beginning of the pandemic.
Deaths stand at 1,597 with no new ones reported in the past 24 hours.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 21 new cases - total 5,069
Anglesey:  4 new cases - total 484
Conwy: 6 new cases - total 783                                 now  46 cases in Sep
Flintshire: 3 new cases - total 835
Gwynedd: 1 new case - total 651
Wrexham: 5 new cases - total 1,468

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       783 confirmed
Testing episodes:       18,007  (15,364 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.3%

BCUHB
724.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,069 confirmed
Testing episodes:       102,981  (14,721 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 16, 2020, 03:25:38 PM
Anothr 29 positive coronavirus tests recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to new figures released by Public Health Wales.

Across Wales, there are now 19,880 confirmed cases following a rise of 199.
In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are now 5,098, according to the latest case numbers released today (September 16).

The number of deaths recorded in North Wales remains at 420, according to Public Health Wales.
There were 9,831  tests carried out yesterday - bringing the total to 682,997 since the beginning of the pandemic.
Deaths stand at 1,597 with no new ones reported in the past 24 hours.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 29 new cases - total 5,098
Anglesey:  3 new cases - total 487
Conwy: 4 new cases - total 787                    now 50 cases in Sep.
Denbighshire: 4 new cases - total 852
Flintshire: 10 new cases - total 845
Gwynedd: 6 new case - total 657
Wrexham: 2 new cases - total 1,470

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       787 confirmed
Testing episodes:       18,255  (15,576 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.3%

BCUHB
728.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,098 confirmed
Testing episodes:       104,571  (14,948 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%


Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 17, 2020, 04:01:07 PM
PUBLIC health officials have released the latest figures for Wales as the country continues to see an increase of new cases daily.

Just under 170 new coronavirus cases have been reported to Public Health Wales in the last 24 hours, with data showing a rise in every corner of the country.

Of this number, 19 positive tests came from areas in the North Wales region covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB).

These figures are broken down to include five in Conwy, four each from the Denbighshire, Flintshire and Gwynedd areas and two in Wrexham.

Nationally, there have been a total of 20,048 cases since records began.

Today, September 17, ends the long-standing period without a death linked to the virus.

Latest figures say that three people have sadly lost their lives to coronavirus bringing the overall total to 1,600.

One of these people are registered as being in the care of BCUHB – the largest health board in Wales – which now records 421 deaths during the pandemic.          ref Pioneer

PHW
Conwy
675.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       792 confirmed                                                        now 55 cases  in Sep.
Testing episodes:       18,559  (15,835 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.3%

BCUHB
731.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,117 confirmed
Testing episodes:       106,347  (15,202 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 18, 2020, 03:02:55 PM
PHW
Conwy
Cases:       799 confirmed                                                       now 62 cases in Sep.
Testing episodes:       18,813  (16,052 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.2%

BCUHB
735.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,142 confirmed
Testing episodes:       107,852  (15,417 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on September 18, 2020, 05:58:06 PM
World wide we've now passed the 30m cases point and deaths, although rising more slowly, are now approaching a million. Of course, that figure only includes deaths that were directly attributable to Covid; early in the pandemic, many will have died without having been included in the count.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Fester on September 19, 2020, 12:14:38 AM
I’ve been taking heart from the fact that whilst cases have been rising steadily, and then more steeply... there were very very Covid patients in hospitals, and very few deaths.
However, there are signs now that those numbers too are on the rise.
It’s not a rise in the same ratio as the cases, but, it’s unwelcome nevertheless.

One local point I would make though,  Llandudno has been pretty much rammed with visitors for the past 8 weeks, but in the Llandudno area there has been no apparent spike in cases.
Given the nature of our geography, (a narrow peninsula), and the low number of days where infection is usually confirmed, I’d say we’ve got away with it.

In other news, my old Mum is imprisoned in a Llandudno care home, and even the pitiful outside visits we have been allowed, were stopped three days ago due to a member of staff testing positive.
However, after four days, the lockdown is over, as it turned out to be a false positive.  Phew!





Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 19, 2020, 09:57:05 AM
Quote
In other news, my old Mum is imprisoned in a Llandudno care home, and even the pitiful outside visits we have been allowed, were stopped three days ago due to a member of staff testing positive.
However, after four days, the lockdown is over, as it turned out to be a false positive.  Phew!

Worrying times, glad to hear the good news.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on September 19, 2020, 10:35:14 AM
Good news indeed, F. On a less hopeful note, however, the global death rate is now, as you say, starting to rise more quickly and the latest forecast is that we, here, will probably witness a peak in illnesses and deaths around Christmas.

Even more depressing is that although the Govt has imposed new, stricter lockdown conditions on Merseyside and the Wirral, folk living there are allowed to travel...
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 19, 2020, 02:29:31 PM
WALES has seen an increase in new coronavirus cases, latest figures show.           ref Pioneer
Data released by Public Health Wales on September 19 shows that there had been 212 confirmed new cases across Wales, of which just 23 were in the North Wales region.

This included seven in Flintshire, seven in Conwy, four in Denbighshire, three in Wrexham and two in Anglesey.
Two new deaths were reported across Wales, which came under the Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board, taking the total death toll to 423 - the highest across the country.

Dr Chris Williams, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “We are now seeing a steady increase in cases in many communities across Wales, and our investigations show that many of these have been transmitted due to a lack of social distancing.

“We are also seeing an increase in the number of people who are seriously ill and have been admitted to hospital with COVID-19.


PHW
Conwy
687.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       806 confirmed                                                 Now 69 cases so far in Sep. compared to 21 cases in August.
Testing episodes:       19,074  (16,274 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.2%

BCUHB
738.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,165 confirmed
Testing episodes:       109,266  (15,619 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 20, 2020, 02:40:18 PM
Data released by Public Health Wales on September 20 shows that 21 new coronavirus cases were reported in the North Wales region.

Of which were seven in Denbighshire, six in Flintshire, three in Wrexham, two in Anglesey, two in Conwy and one in Gwynedd.

Wrexham remains the county with the highest number of positive cases with 1,481 compared to 869 in Flintshire, 868 in Denbighshire, 808 in Conwy, 665 in Gwynedd and 495 in Anglesey.

The Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board reported no new deaths meaning the total remains at 423 - the highest in Wales.
Wales recorded a further rise of 199 new cases, but no new deaths.
Since recording began, a total of 456,192 people have been tested for the virus.

Dr Giri Shankar, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
“We are concerned that much of the good work conducted over the past few months is at risk of going to waste. If the situation continues to worsen, we may find ourselves at the same levels of infection that we experienced earlier this year in March and April; and with that comes the potential for more extended restrictions to be imposed nationally.”
“Coronavirus has not gone away.

PHW
Conwy
689.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       808 confirmed                                                      Now 71 cases so far in Sep. compared to 21 cases in August.
Testing episodes:       19,313  (16,478 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.2%

BCUHB
741.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,186 confirmed
Testing episodes:       110,544  (15,802 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on September 20, 2020, 06:39:19 PM
The UK's moved up to fifth in the world for deaths.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 21, 2020, 03:13:25 PM
Another 32 positive tests have been recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to new figures released by Public Health Wales.
This news comes as parts of Wales prepare to face new local restrictions from tomorrow (September 22).

The number of deaths recorded in North Wales remains at 423, according to Public Health Wales.
Deaths across Wales stand at 1,603 with no new reports added in the past 24 hours.

Across Wales, there are now 20,878 confirmed cases following a rise of 234.
In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are now 5,218, according to the latest case numbers released today (September 21).

There were 9,850 tests carried out in the past 24 hour period - bringing the total to 731,961 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 32 new cases - total 5,218
Anglesey: 7 new cases - total 502
Conwy: 3 new cases - total 811
Denbighshire: 6 new cases - total 874
Flintshire: 10 new cases - total 879
Gwynedd: 4 new case - total 669
Wrexham: 2 new cases - total 1,483


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Conwy
692.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       811 confirmed                                                       Now 74 cases so far in Sep. compared to 21 cases in August.
Testing episodes:       19,553  (16,683 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.1%

BCUHB
745.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,218 confirmed
Testing episodes:       111,738  (15,973 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on September 21, 2020, 03:33:57 PM
This phrase is worrying:

"If growth continues unchecked, he said one scenario is that we could see 50,000 cases a day by mid-October, leading to 200-plus deaths a day by mid-November. Less than 8 per cent of people have likely been infected so far, Whitty said, meaning most people are still vulnerable."
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 21, 2020, 04:39:37 PM
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This phrase is worrying:
"If growth continues unchecked, he said one scenario is that we could see 50,000 cases a day by mid-October, leading to 200-plus deaths a day by mid-November. Less than 8 per cent of people have likely been infected so far, Whitty said, meaning most people are still vulnerable."

I was reading a BBC story about the four SW counties being put in lockdown, but then I read some of the comments below the article,

not what I expected..............  https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-54234993 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-54234993)

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on September 21, 2020, 05:58:43 PM
Indeed... But I do wonder how many are bots and not real people. We know there are a lot of bad players out there who are polluting all the social media accounts. It's difficult to believe normal humans wrote many of those comments.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 22, 2020, 11:22:42 AM
10:58am  Pioneer
Latest figures
More than 57,600 deaths involving Covid-19 have now been registered in the UK.

Figures published on Tuesday by the ONS show that 52,513 deaths involving Covid-19 had occurred in England and Wales up to September 11, and had been registered by September 19.

Figures published last week by the National Records for Scotland showed that 4,236 deaths involving Covid-19 had been registered in Scotland up to September 13, while 887 deaths had occurred in Northern Ireland up to September 11 (and had been registered up to September 16), according to the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency.

Together, these figures mean that so far 57,636 deaths have been registered in the UK where Covid-19 was mentioned on the death certificate, including suspected cases
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 22, 2020, 03:21:19 PM
PHW
Conwy
696.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       816 confirmed                                                                     Now 79 cases so far in Sep. compared to 21 cases in August.
Testing episodes:       19,742  (16,844 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.1%

BCUHB
748.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,233 confirmed
Testing episodes:       112,693  (16,109 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 23, 2020, 03:33:34 PM
Another 27 positive tests have been recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to new figures released by Public Health Wales.     ref DP

The number of deaths recorded in the region remains at 423 while deaths across Wales stand at 1,605 with two new reports added in the past 24 hours.

Across Wales, there are now 21,548 confirmed cases following a rise of 389.
In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are now 5,260 according to the latest case numbers released today (September 23).

The health board, which accounts for 22 per cent of Wales' population, is the largest in the country. There were 9,610 tests carried out in the past 24 hour period - bringing the total to 751,351 since the beginning of the pandemic.

There have been a further 389 cases of coronavirus reported in Wales, up from 281 on Tuesday.
It is the highest number of cases reported in a single day since April.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 27 new cases - total 5,260
Anglesey: 5 new cases - total 508
Conwy:5 new cases - total 821
Denbighshire: 8 new cases - total 886
Flintshire: 5 new cases - total 887
Gwynedd: 1 new case - total 671
Wrexham: 3 new cases - total 1,487


PHW
Conwy
Cases:       821 confirmed                                                            Now 84 cases so far in Sep. compared to 21 cases in August.
Testing episodes:       20,004  (17,068 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.1%

BCUHB
751.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,260 confirmed
Testing episodes:       113,657  (16,247 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 24, 2020, 03:10:31 PM
Another 31 positive tests have been recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to new figures released by Public Health Wales.

The number of deaths recorded in the region remains at 423 while deaths across Wales stand at 1,606 with one new death added in the past 24 hours.
Across Wales, there are now 21,896 confirmed cases following a rise of 348.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are now 5,260 according to the latest case numbers released today (September 24).

Nationally across Wales, there were 11,030 tests carried out in the past 24 hour period - bringing the total to 762,381 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 31 new cases - total 5,291
Anglesey: 2 new cases - total 510
Conwy: 7 new cases - total 828
Denbighshire: 3 new cases - total 889
Flintshire: 10 new cases - total 897
Gwynedd: 4 new case - total 675
Wrexham: 5 new cases - total 1,492


PHW
Conwy
706.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       828 confirmed                                                   Now 91 cases so far in Sep. compared to 21 cases in August.
Testing episodes:       20,359  (17,371 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.1%

BCUHB
756.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,291 confirmed
Testing episodes:       115,215  (16,470 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 25, 2020, 03:11:25 PM
Public Health Wales figures released on Friday, September 25 show nine new cases reported in Conwy; nine in Denbighshire; 16 in Flintshire; three in Gwynedd and eight in Wrexham.

Since August 31, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) have recorded 23 hospital patients with Covid-19.
This includes Ysbyty Glan Clwyd, Colwyn Bay and Llandudno hospitals.

BCUHB    45 cases

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Conwy
714.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       837 confirmed                                                      Now 100 cases so far in Sep. compared to 21 cases in August.
Testing episodes:       20,754  (17,708 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.0%

BCUHB
762.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,336 confirmed
Testing episodes:       117,274  (16,764 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on September 26, 2020, 11:01:22 AM
Global serious infections have reached 32,586,171
Global deaths stand at 989,380.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 26, 2020, 11:23:58 AM
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Global serious infections have reached 32,586,171
Global deaths stand at 989,380.
Reading yesterday how bad India is coping, approx 1,000 daily deaths, (Sep 10th 1283) hospitals unable to cope, their best hope is a vaccine, and I believe the are already trying/testing the Chinese treatment.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/india/ (https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/india/)

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 26, 2020, 03:55:35 PM
MORE than 30 new cases of covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have said.     ref Pioneer

Public Health Wales has confirmed that 370 new cases of the virus have been reported across the whole of Wales.

Of those, 34 were in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area, with; 10 in Flintshire, 10 in Conwy, eight in Wrexham, four in Denbighshire, one in Gwynedd and one on Anglesey.

A further three deaths have been reported across Wales.

The total number of deaths reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area (suspected covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases) now stands at 423.

PHW
Conwy
722.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       847 confirmed                                                            Now 110 cases so far in Sep. compared to 21 cases in August.
Testing episodes:       21,029  (17,942 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.0%

BCUHB
767.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,370 confirmed
Testing episodes:       118,600  (16,954 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Blongb on September 26, 2020, 05:08:24 PM
It's a pity the stats for Conwy aren't more explicit and were capable of showing where the virus was picked up in each infection, because I'm wondering if there is a connection that can be attributed to the increase in visitor numbers since we came out of lockdown, or is it a case of too many people going out of the area, for whatever reason and bringing it back with them on their return home. I guess we will never know.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on September 27, 2020, 11:28:07 AM
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I'm pleased that we don't seem to have seen a threatened second wave.  Mustn't speak too soon.,..

Well, we did get a reprieve. But it appears that things are becoming more worrying again. The looming 'flu and cold season is almost upon us, and the symptoms for all three diseases are similar. If you can get one, a
'flu vaccination is probably an important choice.

One consolation is that the world has never been better placed to deal with this pandemic. 
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Blongb on September 27, 2020, 12:24:51 PM
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If you can get one, a 'flu vaccination is probably an important choice.

I should have booked mine earlier, now I have to wait until the 10th of October before getting a slot at Venue Cymru.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 27, 2020, 01:30:27 PM
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I'm pleased that we don't seem to have seen a threatened second wave.  Mustn't speak too soon.,..

Well, we did get a reprieve. But it appears that things are becoming more worrying again. The looming 'flu and cold season is almost upon us, and the symptoms for all three diseases are similar. If you can get one, a
'flu vaccination is probably an important choice.

One consolation is that the world has never been better placed to deal with this pandemic.

Agreed, but I also followed earlier advice about using Vitamin D, we started in May, taking 25mg/1000iu΄s of Vit. D3 after looking into the matter carefully over the lockdown period, I am convinced we did the right thing, and would suggest others look into this matter for themselves, I have put a link to the full search page, and another to an interesting video with good explanations.

Vitamin D reduces infection and impact of COVID-19, studies find
People are being urged to take a vitamin D supplement to reduce their risk of becoming infected with COVID-19.


Search Page   https://www.google.com/search?q=vitimen+d+and+covid&rlz=1C1CHBF_en-GBGB813GB813&oq=vitimen+d+and+covid&aqs=chrome..69i57.16885j0j15&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 (https://www.google.com/search?q=vitimen+d+and+covid&rlz=1C1CHBF_en-GBGB813GB813&oq=vitimen+d+and+covid&aqs=chrome..69i57.16885j0j15&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8)


Dr John Campbell video          Vitamin D and immunity           https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5yVGmfivAk (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5yVGmfivAk)

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Hugo on September 27, 2020, 01:49:05 PM
Our flu jabs are for the 1st October at Lloyds Chemist but we are keeping our fingers crossed that everything will be ok on the day.
When we phoned our doctor's surgery we were told that "they hadn't had any directions from the Government" so we had to opt for the Chemist instead.     
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 27, 2020, 02:27:55 PM
MORE than 45 new cases of covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have confirmed.   ref Pioneer

Public Health Wales has announced that 362 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales.

Of those, 46 were in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, with; 10 in Wrexham, 10 in Flintshire, 10 in Denbighshire, eight in Conwy, five in Gwynedd and three on Anglesey.

Across Wales, there have been no new deaths reported.

Public Health Wales confirmed that the total number of deaths reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area (suspected covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases) stands at 423.


PHW
Conwy
Cases:       855 confirmed                                                    Now 118 cases so far in Sep. compared to 21 cases in August.
Testing episodes:       21,345  (18,212 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.0%

BCUHB
774.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,416 confirmed
Testing episodes:       120,029  (17,158 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 28, 2020, 02:57:14 PM
There have been 36 further cases of coronavirus recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to figures released today (September 28).

The death toll in the region remains at 423, while fatalities across Wales stand at 1,612 - a figure which has remains unchanged.

Across the country, 286 positive tests have been recorded, bringing to total to 23,231.
In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are now 5,452 cases.

Across Wales, there were 10,886 tests carried out in the past 24 hour period - bringing the total to 807,116 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr:    36 new cases - total 5,452
Anglesey: 2 new cases - total 516
Conwy: 9 new cases - total 864
Denbighshire: 6 new cases - total 918
Flintshire: 12 new cases - total 945
Gwynedd: 2 new cases - total 686
Wrexham: 5 new cases - total 1,523                              ref DP


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Conwy
737.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       864 confirmed                                               Now 127 cases so far in Sep. compared to 21 cases in August.
Testing episodes:       21,649  (18,471 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.0%

BCUHB
779.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,452 confirmed
Testing episodes:       121,284  (17,337 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on September 29, 2020, 11:02:39 AM
A very worrying aspect of this second wave is the growing numbers of fatalities. The world swept past the 1m dead mark in the early hours of this morning, and the rate of mortality is speeding up.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 29, 2020, 02:44:27 PM
A further 37 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to figures released today (September 29).

There are new infections in all areas except Anglesey, with the biggest increase - 16 - in Flintshire.

The death toll in the region remains at 423, while fatalities across Wales stand at 1,615 - a figure which has increased by three overnight.

Across the country, 366 new positive tests have been recorded, bringing the total to 23,597.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are now 5,489 cases.

Local restrictions are now in place in 11 areas across Wales, with Anglesey, Conwy, Denbighshire, and Flintshire - plus Carmarthenshire - remaining areas of concern, Public Health Wales said.

Across Wales, there were 9,806 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 816,922 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr:    37 new cases - total 5,489
Anglesey: 0 new cases - total 516
Conwy: 6 new cases - total 870
Denbighshire: 4 new cases - total 922
Flintshire: 16 new cases - total 961
Gwynedd: 3 new cases - total 689
Wrexham: 8 new cases - total 1,531


PHW
Conwy
Cases:       870 confirmed                                                       Now 133 cases so far in Sep. compared to 21 cases in August.
Testing episodes:       21,844  (18,638 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.0%

BCUHB
784.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,489 confirmed
Testing episodes:       122,398  (17,496 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on September 30, 2020, 03:46:43 PM
A further 61 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to figures released today (September 30).

The death toll in the region remains at 423, while fatalities across Wales stand at 1,615 - a figure which has increased by one overnight.

Across the country, 388 new positive tests have been recorded, bringing the total to 23,985.
In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are now 5,550 cases.

Local restrictions are now in place in 11 areas across Wales, with Anglesey, Conwy, Denbighshire, and Flintshire - plus Carmarthenshire - remaining areas of concern, Public Health Wales said.

Across Wales, there were 7,818 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 824,740 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr:   61 new cases - total 5,550
Anglesey: 3 new cases - total 519
Gwynedd: 1 new case - total 690
Conwy: 11 new cases - total 881
Denbighshire: 7 new cases - total 929
Flintshire: 21 new cases - total 982
Wrexham: 18 new cases - total 1,549


PHW
Conwy
751.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       881 confirmed                                                           Now 144 cases so far in Sep. compared to 21 cases in August.
Testing episodes:       22,105  (18,860 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.0%

BCUHB
793.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,550 confirmed
Testing episodes:       123,568  (17,664 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 01, 2020, 04:19:24 PM
A further 69 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to figures released today (October 1).

There are new infections in all areas, with the biggest increase in Wrexham, which has 25 new cases.

The death toll in the region remains at 423, while fatalities across Wales stand at 1,622 - a figure which has increased by six overnight.

Across the country, 398 new positive tests have been recorded, bringing the total to 24,383.
In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are now 5,619 cases.

Across Wales, there were 9,137 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 833,877 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr:   61 new cases - total 5,550
Anglesey: 1 new case - total 520
Gwynedd: 5 new cases - total 695
Conwy: 16 new cases - total 897
Denbighshire: 7 new cases - total 936
Flintshire: 15 new cases - total 997
Wrexham: 25 new cases - total 1,574


PHW
Conwy
765.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population                                           
                                                                                                           
Cases:       897 confirmed                                            21 cases in August....160 cases in Sep.

Testing episodes:       22,431  (19,139 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.0%

BCUHB
803.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,619 confirmed
Testing episodes:       125,051  (17,876 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 02, 2020, 10:20:29 AM
I picked these figures up from the BBC Wales news last night.........

Welsh figures ....550 Covid patients in hospital being treated, 34 in Intensive care, a rise of 60% on the previous week.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 02, 2020, 04:30:41 PM
PHW
Conwy
780.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       915 confirmed                                            21 cases in August....160 cases in Sep....18 cases on the 1st Oct.
Testing episodes:       22,703  (19,371 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.0%

BCUHB
814.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,700 confirmed
Testing episodes:       126,412  (18,070 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 03, 2020, 10:56:23 AM
Recorded coronavirus cases have nearly doubled across North Wales in a week according to the latest data.

Another 81 positive tests were recorded in North Wales yesterday (Friday), according to figures released by Public Health Wales - nearly twice as many as the previous Friday, where there were 45.

There were three new deaths from suspected Covid-19 across Wales yesterday bringing the total to 1,625, with one in North Wales, which now stands at 424.

cont   https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/north-wales-coronavirus-cases-nearly-19039260 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/north-wales-coronavirus-cases-nearly-19039260)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 03, 2020, 02:53:49 PM
PHW
Conwy
790.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       926 confirmed                                                21 cases in August....160 cases in Sep....29 cases in Oct. to date
Testing episodes:       22,900  (19,539 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.0%

BCUHB
825.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,776 confirmed
Testing episodes:       127,696  (18,254 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 03, 2020, 05:05:42 PM
See earlier posts above.......

Two deaths and a further 76 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to figures released today (October 3).

The death toll in the region has increased by two to 426, while fatalities across Wales stand at 1,630 - a figure which has increased by five overnight.

Across the country, 576 new positive tests have been recorded, bringing the total to 25,420

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are now 5,700 cases.

Across Wales, there were 10,988 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 854,388 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr:     76 new cases - total 5,776
Anglesey: No new cases - total 520
Gwynedd: 16 new cases - total 720
Conwy: 11 new cases - total 926
Denbighshire: 11 new cases - total 956
Flintshire: 22 new cases - total 1,049
Wrexham: 16 new cases - total 1,605
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 04, 2020, 04:07:39 PM
PHW
Conwy
801.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       939 confirmed                                               21 cases in August....160 cases in Sep....42 cases in Oct. to date
Testing episodes:       23,124  (19,730 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.1%

BCUHB
840.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,880 confirmed
Testing episodes:       129,017  (18,443 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 05, 2020, 03:10:57 PM
ALMOST 80 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across our region by Public Health Wales (PHW) today.  ref Pioneer

There have now been 5,958 lab-confirmed cases of the virus from the combined counties that make up the North Wales region since the outbreak of the pandemic - after more incidents were confirmed in the latest figures released today.

Public Health Wales confirmed that the 78 of today’s 596 newly confirmed Welsh cases were from the northern region and can be broken down as such:

• Anglesey – Five (7.1 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Conwy – Four (3.4 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Denbighshire – 15 (15.7 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Flintshire – 18 (11.5 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Gwynedd – 14 (11.2 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Wrexham – 22 (16.2 per 100,000 population as of today)

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 574 for the health board area.


PHW
Conwy
804.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       943 confirmed                                               21 cases in August....160 cases in Sep....46 cases in Oct. to date
Testing episodes:       23,314  (19,892 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.0%

BCUHB
851.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       5,958 confirmed
Testing episodes:       130,253  (18,619 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 06, 2020, 04:33:00 PM
A further 10 people have died and 425 people have tested positive for coronavirus, Public Health Wales (PHW) said on Tuesday.

It means a total of 1,640 people in Wales have died with Covid-19 since the beginning of the pandemic.

The new cases take the total of people to test positive in Wales to 26,872.

The total number of people tested in Wales is 565,982, with 539,110 testing negative. It said 10,204 tests were carried out on Monday.

Of the new cases, there were 44 in Cardiff, 40 in Rhondda Cynon Taf, Wrexham and Flintshire and 33 in Swansea.

There were 14 in Neath Port Talbot, 19 in Bridgend, 21 in Gwynedd, 16 in Denbighshire, 10 in Conwy and Blaenau Gwent.

Other counties reported fewer than 10 cases, and 103 cases were resident outside Wales - which is partly explained by students seeking tests in the towns where they are now studying, Public Health Wales said.       https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-51888681 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-51888681)


PHW
Conwy
813.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       953 confirmed                                                   21 cases in August....160 cases in Sep....56 cases in Oct. to date
Testing episodes:       23,680  (20,204 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.0%

BCUHB
870.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       6,088 confirmed
Testing episodes:       132,170  (18,893 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Dave on October 07, 2020, 12:04:03 PM
I'm not sure I understand these figures and their relevance Steve.
Each time new cases are announced on a daily basis the numbers are added to the ongoing total of ****per 100,000.
Unless the population is static and at exactly 100,000 surely it must be incorrect?

The second thing is comparison figures with those issued elsewhere.For example, yesterday you  put the number of cases at 813.1 per 100,000 in Conwy. The national news was quoting city hotspots at around the 450 per 100,000 which are half the figures for Conwy and yet they are the supposed danger areas.Are the Conwy figures not total cases YTD and the those quoted on the news for Manchester , Liverpool etc current active cases?

On Monday you published figures for Conwy that show on a daily basis the number of new cases as 4, or 3.4 per 100,000 population. Surely that figure is considerably more relevant than the 813 as it shows the likelyhood of being in contact with someone with the virus.Assuming those that test positive quarantine themselves as directed aren't the odds of close contact with anyone with the virus extremely small and that if individuals, report for testing when symptoms show and we all take the extra precaution of wearing masks and keeping a safe distance we should not have to worry too much?
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 07, 2020, 01:10:21 PM
I post the information from our local papers plus the daily Public Health Wales figures hoping they would be helpful to the Conway
community, perhaps time to stop ?
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Dave on October 07, 2020, 04:56:42 PM
I think the total number of cases YTD is not really of any benefit but the rolling average last 7 days probably is more relevant.That gives an indication of the number of people out there that are likely to be carrying the virus. OK, Sunday's figure is probably not the best to go on but the average for the last 6 days ( can't go back a page for 7!) is 10 new cases per day. What is the population of Conwy? 117,000 or there about . The chances of coming in to contact with someone who has the virus is actually pretty slim at the moment. The figure of 813 per 100,000 looks frightening with 123-1 chance of getting the virus ( although only a fool would back a horse at those odds) but when the figures are looked at closely there have been 423 deaths across the whole North Wales region that has a population of 698,400.
On average you stand a 1651-1 chance of dying from Corvid-19.
But then you need to break down the stats even further and that will show the figures for specific age groups vary tremendously with the over 80's being most vulnerable. Start looking in to it further still and it might then reveal clusters of deaths in care homes and hospitals and then the odds of catching it and dying are even greater....unless you are over 80 and in a care home.Even then it's been reduced now as care homes have stopped visitors.
So the point I'm making is that these daily figures can be very misleading. Some people are living in total fear of even stepping outside their homes.
Don't get me wrong. We need to treat the virus very seriously and take basic precautions such as wearing masks in indoor public places, maybe in some outdoor ones too and keep to social distancing and avoiding crowds (and preventing crowds forming). What I disagree with is the fear factor pressurising decisions that effect the whole community causing economic chaos and hardship to many.
Ironically, those most at risk of death are those that are probably as a group the least effected by economic hardship. They have pensions, no mortgage, no jobs to worry about. Let them protect themselves in any way they feel fit. Allow them a decent window of opportunity when only they are allowed to go shopping, go to a pub, visit the cinema etc. Easily done I would have thought. For the rest of the population, obey the safety rules and just get on with living as per normal.
The only flaw in my thinking is that if you do happen to catch the virus we don't really know what the long term effect is...now known as Long Corvid and the other consideration is that if you are seriously effected and hospitalised then someone working for the NHS is put at risk. However, the stop start  lockdowns of varying conditions across the four nations of the UK have not worked so far and there is nothing to suggest they will in the future.
Back to my first point, putting the fear of meeting your maker doesn't help coming to sensible decision making when it comes to the way forward. 
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on October 07, 2020, 05:17:05 PM
It's always extremely tricky when dealing with statistics where the provenance is so uncertain. We can't ever know, with any real certainty, how many have died because of Covid or how many have actually caught the disease.

But there are some things we know with depressing certainty.

1. The older you are, the greater the risk of a fatal outcome.
2. It's one of the most infectious diseases in existence.
3. Being male, having a blood group other than O, being overweight  and having any underlying or chronic health condition isn't good news.
4. There's no cure.
6. There's no vaccine, despite what some might be claiming.
7. It's unique in that so-called 'long-Covid'–lowered quality of life for months and potentially years after infection–is a real concern.

Finally, I've seen numerous stats claiming to show the mortality rate, but when Scientific American, New Scientist and Nature are all producing widely differing figures, it seems anyone hazarding a guess at the moment is as likely to be right as blindfolded darts player.
Based purely on the world-wide stats it seems there's about a 1 in 31 chance of death overall, but that figure hides a multitude of variances.

On balance, though, the figures you post, Steve. are providing a service. Ten times as many read these forums as register on them, so I think best to keep them coming.  No one has to read them and people are free to make up their own minds.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 07, 2020, 05:26:48 PM
A further 133 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to figures released by Public Health Wales.         ref DP

The death toll in the region has increased by one the past 24 hours, now totalling 427, while fatalities across Wales stand at 1,643, a rise of three deaths recorded in the same period.

Across the country, 752 new positive tests have been recorded, bringing the total to 27,624.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are now 6,088 cases as of today (October 6).

Across Wales, there were 10,518 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 894,740 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 133 new cases - total 6,222
Anglesey:  4 new cases - total 534
Gwynedd: 8 new cases - total 789
Conwy:  10 new cases - total 963
Denbighshire: 17 new cases - total  1,018
Flintshire: 54 new cases - total 1,190
Wrexham: 41 new cases - total 1,728


PHW          https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection#!/vizhome/RapidCOVID-19virology-Public/Headlinesummary   
Conwy
821.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       963 confirmed
Testing episodes:       23,918  (20,407 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.0%

BCUHB
889.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       6,222 confirmed
Testing episodes:       133,752  (19,119 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 08, 2020, 03:46:18 PM
A further 117 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to figures released by Public Health Wales.

The death toll in the region has remained the same at 427, while fatalities across Wales stand at 1,644, a rise of one death in the same period.

Across the country, 638 new positive tests have been recorded, bringing the total to 28,262.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are now 6,339 cases as of today October 8

Across Wales, there were 9,966 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 904,706 since the beginning of the pandemic.                                                                     ref DP

Betsi Cadwaladr: 117 new cases - total 6,339

Anglesey:  3 new cases - total 537
Gwynedd: 9 new cases - total 798
Conwy:  15 new cases - total 978
Denbighshire: 17 new cases - total 1,035
Flintshire: 36 new cases - total 1,226
Wrexham: 37 new cases - total 1,765


PHW                   https://public.tableau.com/profile/public.health.wales.health.protection#!/vizhome/RapidCOVID-19virology-Public/Headlinesummary

Conwy
834.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       978 confirmed
Testing episodes:       24,126  (20,585 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.1%

BCUHB
906.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       6,339 confirmed
Testing episodes:       135,180  (19,324 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Dave on October 09, 2020, 12:38:58 PM
Just announced today, Office of National Statistics estimate 1 in 240 people in England have the virus, 1 in 500 in Scotland and Wales which suggests that stricter lockdown rules do work but come at a huge financial cost.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: DVT on October 09, 2020, 01:41:32 PM
What information do they collect if you go for a Covid-19 test?

Daily we keep seeing the number of tests and the percentage of positives - which has dropped slightly (by about 1/2 a percentage point) in the past month.  So, it is going the right way, or is it?  As questioned before, how relevant is this info.

When you get tested are you asked to give details of where you have been in the previous few days?  To me it would be relevant if you have been somewhere crowded and your test is positive - and can be pin-pointed to a certain location, function or gathering.  My son works in the hospitality trade and worked when the cheap meals were on offer,  it was very busy - have any of the local positives been people who took advantage of the cheap food, for example?

A few weeks ago we saw massed crowds on beaches in places such as Barmouth, also queues on Snowdon.  How many of those people have now been tested positive?  I would suspect that Barmouth has a low positive rate because the people gathered there will have dispersed to other parts, and the locals kept their distance.

But places such as Liverpool and Manchester would have seen the people who had gathered still being relatively local, hence the current situation of a high positive rate.

I am sure there is a lot more info being gathered by the ONS than is published (plus the media only publish the headline info) - hopefully they are making use of it.  And it the questions are not being asked, then why not?
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 09, 2020, 03:15:28 PM
Confusing times, too much poor quality information.

A couple of ONS links that may be useful....

https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/healthandsocialcare/causesofdeath/articles/deathsinvolvingcovid19interactivemap/2020-06-12 (https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/healthandsocialcare/causesofdeath/articles/deathsinvolvingcovid19interactivemap/2020-06-12)

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection Survey pilot: England, Wales and Northern Ireland, 9 October 2020
https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/healthandsocialcare/conditionsanddiseases/bulletins/coronaviruscovid19infectionsurveypilot/englandwalesandnorthernireland9october2020#number-of-people-in-wales-who-had-covid-19 (https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/healthandsocialcare/conditionsanddiseases/bulletins/coronaviruscovid19infectionsurveypilot/englandwalesandnorthernireland9october2020#number-of-people-in-wales-who-had-covid-19)


These are today's coronavirus figures for North Wales as cases continue to rise in all counties.
https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18783175.todays-coronavirus-figures-north-wales-cases-continue-rise-counties/ (https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18783175.todays-coronavirus-figures-north-wales-cases-continue-rise-counties/)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 10, 2020, 03:23:34 PM
OVER 130 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across our region by Public Health Wales (PHW) today.   ref Pioneer

There have now been 6,630 lab-confirmed cases of the virus from the combined counties that make up the North Wales region since the outbreak of the pandemic - after more incidents were confirmed in the latest figures released today.

Public Health Wales confirmed that the 132 of today’s 627 newly confirmed Welsh cases were from the northern region and can be broken down as such:

Anglesey – Nine (12.8 per 100,000 population as of today)
Conwy – 28 (23.9 per 100,000 population as of today)
Denbighshire – 17 (17.8 per 100,000 population as of today)
Flintshire – 38 (24.3 per 100,000 population as of today)
Gwynedd – 12 (9.6 per 100,000 population as of today)
Wrexham – 28 (20.6 per 100,000 population as of today)

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 576 for the health board area.
BCUHB stats:
Confirmed cases as of October 10 – 6,630
New cases from October 10 – 132
Rate of new cases per 100,000 from September 21 to 27 – Anglesey (10.0), Conwy (46.1), Denbighshire (37.6), Flintshire (53.8 Gwynedd (14.5), Wrexham (43.4)
Rate of new cases per 100,000 in week to September 28 to October 4 – Anglesey (14.3), Conwy (52.0), Denbighshire (60.6), Flintshire (70.5), Gwynedd (55.4), Wrexham (69.1)


PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,036 confirmed
Testing episodes:       24,589  (20,980 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.2%

BCUHB
947.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       6,630 confirmed
Testing episodes:       137,904  (19,713 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 11, 2020, 03:14:38 PM
OVER 100 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across our region by Public Health Wales (PHW) today.   ref Pioneer

There have now been 6,745 lab-confirmed cases of the virus from the combined counties that make up the North Wales region since the outbreak of the pandemic - after more incidents were confirmed in the latest figures released today.

Public Health Wales confirmed that the 115 of today’s 596 newly confirmed Welsh cases were from the northern region and can be broken down as such:

• Anglesey – Eight (11.4 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Conwy – 18 (15.4 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Denbighshire – 11 (11.5 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Flintshire – 33 (21.1 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Gwynedd – 16 (12.8 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Wrexham – 29 (21.3 per 100,000 population as of today)


PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,054 confirmed
Testing episodes:       24,851  (21,203 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.2%

BCUHB
964.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       6,745 confirmed
Testing episodes:       139,536  (19,946 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 12, 2020, 04:21:41 PM
Four more people have died with coronavirus and 487 have tested positive, according to the latest figures from Public Health Wales (PHW).

It said there had been a total of 1,673 deaths and 30,608 people have tested positive since the pandemic began.
Three of the deaths were reported by Cwm Taf health board which has seen an outbreak at three of its hospitals.

The total number of people who have been tested in Wales is 608,423, with 577,815 testing negative.
A total of 10,971 daily tests were carried out on behalf of PHW on Sunday.

Cont  BBC report 39 minutes ago...........   https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-51888681 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-51888681)

PHW
Conwy
919.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,078 confirmed
Testing episodes:       25,151  (21,459 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.3%

BCUHB
984.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       6,888 confirmed
Testing episodes:       141,211  (20,186 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on October 12, 2020, 04:28:17 PM
We're clearly in the second wave and the fact that they're bringing the Nightingale hospitals online and that admissions are now worse than they were at the high point of the pandemic in the UK suggests we're in for a bumpy ride.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 13, 2020, 10:05:50 AM
Full list of coronavirus cases and deaths in North Wales and in the North West of England

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/full-list-coronavirus-cases-deaths-19093428 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/full-list-coronavirus-cases-deaths-19093428)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 13, 2020, 02:52:39 PM
A further 184 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to figures released by Public Health Wales.

No new deaths in the region have been recorded overnight - with the total remaining at 429 - while fatalities across Wales stand at 1,678, a rise of five deaths in the same period.

Across the country, 764 new positive tests have been recorded, bringing the total to 31,370.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are now 7,072 cases as of today (October 13).

Across Wales, there were 11,645 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 959,062 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 184 new cases - total 7,072

Anglesey:  10 new cases - total 571
Gwynedd:  22 new cases - total 905
Conwy:  29 new cases - total 1,107
Denbighshire: 24 new cases - total 1,124
Flintshire: 51 new cases - total 1,418
Wrexham: 48 new cases - total 1,947


PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,107 confirmed                                               21 cases in August....160 cases in Sep....192 cases in Oct. to date
Testing episodes:       25,496  (21,754 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.3%

BCUHB
1,010.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       7,072 confirmed
Testing episodes:       143,112  (20,457 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 14, 2020, 10:13:04 AM
The places in Wales where coronavirus is growing fastest
We've compared incidence rates in every part of Wales over the last week to monitor which areas are seeing the greatest changes in coronavirus infections

"The north Wales county (Conwy) has seen a rise of 92% in a week with the infection rate now standing at 122.9 per 100,000 people."

cont https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/coronavirus-cases-increasing-fastest-wales-19097427 (https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/coronavirus-cases-increasing-fastest-wales-19097427)

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 14, 2020, 03:26:10 PM
A further 152 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to figures released by Public Health Wales.

No new deaths in the region have been recorded overnight - with the total remaining at 429 - while fatalities across Wales stand at 1,688, a rise of 10 deaths in the same period.

Across the country, 946 new positive tests have been recorded, bringing the total to 32,316.
In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are now 7,224 cases as of today (October 14).

Across Wales, there were 9,726 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 968,788 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 152 new cases - total 7,224

Anglesey:  6 new cases - total 577
Gwynedd:  16 new cases - total 921
Conwy:  30 new cases - total 1,137
Denbighshire: 21 new cases - total 1,145
Flintshire: 36 new cases - total 1,454
Wrexham: 43 new cases - total 1,990


PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,137 confirmed                                                  21 cases in August....160 cases in Sep....222 cases in Oct. to date
Testing episodes:       25,821  (22,031 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.4%

BCUHB
1,032.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       7,224 confirmed
Testing episodes:       144,591  (20,669 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 15, 2020, 03:15:27 PM
A further 100 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to figures released by Public Health Wales.

Two new deaths in the region have been recorded overnight - bringing the total to 431 - while fatalities across Wales stand at 1,698, a rise of 10 deaths in the same period.

Across the country, 727 new positive tests have been recorded, bringing the total to 33,041.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are now 7,324 cases as of today (October 15).

Across Wales, there were 8,808 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 977,596 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 100 new cases - total 7,324

Anglesey:  7 new cases - total 584
Gwynedd:  12 new cases - total 933
Conwy:  20 new cases - total 1,157
Denbighshire: 17 new cases - total 1,162
Flintshire: 10 new cases - total 1,464
Wrexham: 34 new cases - total 2,024


PHW
Conwy
987.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,157 confirmed                                      21 cases in August....160 cases in Sep, 242 cases in Oct. to date
Testing episodes:       26,054  (22,230 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.4%

BCUHB
1,046.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       7,324 confirmed
Testing episodes:       145,705  (20,828 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 16, 2020, 04:30:24 PM
There have been a further 134 cases of coronavirus recorded in North Wales over the past 24 hours, according to figures released by Public Health Wales today (October 16).        ref DP

No further fatalities have been recorded overnight - the death toll remaining at 431.
The death toll across Wales now stands at 1,703, a rise of five deaths in the same time period.

Nationwide, 979 new positive tests have been recorded, bringing the total to 34,005.
In the area covered by  Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are 7,457 cases as of today (October 16).

Betsi Cadwaladr:  134 new cases - total 7,457

Anglesey:  2 new cases - total 582
Gwynedd:  18 new cases - total  951
Conwy:  22 new cases - total 1,179
Denbighshire: 15 new cases - total 1,177
Flintshire: 51 new cases - total 1,515
Wrexham: 26 new cases - total 2,050


PHW
Conwy
1,005.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,178 confirmed                                         21 cases in August....160 cases in Sep, 264 cases in Oct. to date
Testing episodes:       26,221  (22,372 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.5%

BCUHB
1,066.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       7,457 confirmed
Testing episodes:       146,980  (21,010 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 17, 2020, 02:30:54 PM
MORE than 130 new cases of covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have said.      ref Pioneer

Public Health Wales announced on Saturday that there have been 674 new cases of the virus reported across Wales and five newly reported deaths.
Of the new cases in Wales, 136 were reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area.

40 in Wrexham
30 in Flintshire
29 in Denbighshire
20 in Conwy
12 in Gwynedd
Five on Anglesey
The total number of deaths reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area (suspected covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases) now stands at 433.

PHW
Conwy                                                                      284 cases in Oct. to date     
1,022.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,198 confirmed
Testing episodes:       26,459  (22,575 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.5%

BCUHB
1,085.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       7,593 confirmed
Testing episodes:       148,272  (21,195 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 18, 2020, 03:13:47 PM
MORE than 150 new cases of covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have said.  ref Pioneer

Public Health Wales confirmed on Sunday that 950 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales, in addition to three further deaths.
Of the new cases, 156 were reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area.

55 in Wrexham
33 in Flintshire
27 in Denbighshire
15 in Conwy
14 in Gwynedd
12 on Anglesey
Public Health Wales also confirmed the number of deaths (suspected covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases) reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area stands at 433.

PHW
BCUHB
Cases:       1,213 confirmed
Testing episodes:       26,785  (22,854 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.5%

BCUHB
1,107.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       7,749 confirmed
Testing episodes:       149,950  (21,435 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 19, 2020, 03:43:13 PM
There have been a further 166 cases of coronavirus recorded across North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to Public Health Wales figures released today (October 19).

The region's death toll has not increased and remains at 433.

Nationwide, 1,712 people have passed away after testing positive for Covid-19 following an increase of one.

Another 626 new cases of coronavirus have been recorded across Wales, bringing the total to 36,253.

In the area covered by    Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are 7,914 cases as of today (October 19).

Across Wales, there were 10,914 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 1,019,587 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr:    166 new cases - total 7,914

Anglesey:  15 new cases - total  618
Gwynedd:  15 new cases - total  992
Conwy:  23 new cases - total 1,236
Denbighshire: 21 new cases - total 1,254
Flintshire: 46 new cases - total 1,624
Wrexham: 46 new cases - total 2,191


PHW
Conwy
1,053.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,235 confirmed                                                              322 cases in Oct. to date     
Testing episodes:       27,069  (23,096 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.6%

BCUHB
1,131.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       7,914 confirmed
Testing episodes:       151,625  (21,674 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 20, 2020, 05:18:24 PM
PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,263 confirmed                                                          350 cases in Oct. to date   
Testing episodes:       27,314  (23,305 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.6%

BCUHB
1,160.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       8,119 confirmed
Testing episodes:       153,440  (21,934 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 21, 2020, 09:54:28 AM
Fresh data has been released giving an area-by-area breakdown of coronavirus rates and cases.   ref DP

Public Health Wales has released new figures which give more granular detail about how Covid-19 is impacting communities in different ways across the region.

The data, which shows case numbers and rates of infections for different areas, is the most specific yet given by health bosses about the spread of the virus in Wales.
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Llanfairfechan and Penmaenmawr - Four cases and rate of 51.3 cases per 100,000 people

Conwy and Afon Roe - Nine cases and rate of 126.1 cases per 100,000 people

Llanrwst and Betws-y-coed - Nine cases and rate of 104.7 cases per 100,000 people

Betws-yn-Rhos, Llangernyw and Llansannan - Less than three cases and rate of less than 29 cases per 100,000 people

Llandudno Junction South and Llasanffraid Glan Conwy - Six cases and rate of 81.8 cases per 100,000 people

Llandudno Junction North and Deganwy - Ten cases and rate of 104 cases per 100,000 people

Llandudno South - Fifteen cases and rate of 214.1 cases per 100,000 people

Llandudno Town and Gogarth - Nine cases and rate of 101.6 cases per 100,000 people

Penrhyn Bay - Fifteen cases and rate of 241.3 cases per 100,000 people

Rhos-on-sea - Five cases and rate of 83.2 cases per 100,000 people

Colwyn Bay North - Thirteen cases and rate of 209.6 cases per 100,000 people

Upper Colwyn Bay - Seven cases and rate of 92.3 cases per 100,000 people

Old Colwyn and Llanddulas - Seven cases and rate of 80.9 cases per 100,000 people

Abergele - Seven cases and rate of 64.4 cases per 100,000 people

Kinmel Bay and Towyn - Twenty two cases and rate of 263.4 cases per 100,000 people

Full article   https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/new-map-shows-area-area-19136606 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/new-map-shows-area-area-19136606)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 21, 2020, 03:40:36 PM

(Fresh data has been released giving an area-by-area breakdown of coronavirus rates and cases. above post)
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There have been a further 109 cases of coronavirus recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to figures released by Public Health Wales today (October 21).

One further fatality has also been recorded over the same time period, and the region's death toll now stands at 436.

Throughout Wales, 962 positive Covid-19 tests have been identified, bringing to total to 38,361.

PHW also confirmed 14 more people have passed away, meaning 1,736 have now died since the beginning of the pandemic.

In the area covered by  Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are 8,228 cases as of today.

Across Wales, there were 9,464 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 1,041,503 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr:      109 new cases - total 8,228

Anglesey:  7 new cases - total  642
Gwynedd:  19 new cases - total 1,034
Conwy:  18 new cases - total 1,281
Denbighshire: 10 new cases - total 1,286
Flintshire: 15 new cases - total 1,688
Wrexham: 40 new cases - total 2,297

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,281 confirmed
Testing episodes:       27,540  (23,498 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.7%

BCUHB
1,176.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       8,228 confirmed
Testing episodes:       154,520  (22,088 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 22, 2020, 11:26:52 AM
Covid in Wales: How many cases and deaths have there been?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-51888681 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-51888681)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 22, 2020, 02:59:30 PM
There have been a further 152 cases of coronavirus recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to figures released by Public Health Wales today (October 22).       ref DP

The biggest increase was in Flintshire, where 48 new infections have been confirmed, followed by Wrexham with a rise of 34.
No further deaths related to Covid-19 have been recorded in North Wales over the same time period, and the region's death toll now stands at 436.

Across the country, 1,134 positive Covid-19 tests have been identified, bringing the total to 39,491.
PHW also confirmed seven more people have passed away, meaning 1,743 have now died since the beginning of the pandemic.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are 8,380 cases as of today.

Across Wales, there were 10,492 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 1,051,995 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr:      152 new cases - total 8,380

Anglesey:  20 new cases - total  662
Gwynedd:  14 new cases - total 1,048
Conwy:  13 new cases - total 1,294
Denbighshire: 23 new cases - total 1,309
Flintshire: 48 new cases - total 1,736
Wrexham: 34 new cases - total 2,331

PHW
Conwy
1,104.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,294 confirmed
Testing episodes:       27,717  (23,649 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.7%

BCUHB
1,197.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       8,380 confirmed
Testing episodes:       156,166  (22,323 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 23, 2020, 05:22:48 PM
There have been a further 94 cases of coronavirus recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to figures released by Public Health Wales today.          ref  DP

Five new deaths related to Covid-19 have been recorded in North Wales over the same time period, and the region's death toll now stands at 441.

Across the country, 761 positive Covid-19 tests have been identified, bringing the total to 40,253.

PHW also confirmed 13 more people have died, meaning 1,756 people have now died since the beginning of the pandemic.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are 8,476 cases as of today.

Across Wales, there were 10,719 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 1,062,714 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr:       94 new cases - total 8,476

Anglesey:  15 new cases - total  679
Gwynedd:  15 new cases - total 1,063
Conwy:  6 new cases - total 1,300
Denbighshire: 9 new cases - total 1,318
Flintshire: 23 new cases - total 1,759
Wrexham: 26 new cases - total 2,357

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 24, 2020, 03:04:53 PM
OVER 100 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales in the last day, the latest data shows.

Public Health Wales figures released on Saturday show that 112 new cases have been confirmed in the region in the last 24 hours - nearly half of which were registered in Wrexham.

50 in Wrexham
17 in Flintshire
15 in Conwy
11 in Denbighshire
10 in Gwynedd
9 on Anglesey
Two more suspected coronavirus related deaths were confirmed in North Wales, taking the region's total to 443.

Across Wales as a whole, 1,324 new cases were confirmed in the last day - with 16 people who had tested positive for coronavirus having sadly died.
A total of 14,518 coronavirus tests were carried out in Wales yesterday, as the country's total number of tests passes 1 million.


PHW
Conwy
1,122.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,315 confirmed
Testing episodes:       28,041  (23,925 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.7%

BCUHB
1,227.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       8,588 confirmed
Testing episodes:       158,529  (22,661 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 25, 2020, 03:03:41 PM
OVER 150 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales in the last day, the latest data shows.

Public Health Wales figures released on Sunday show that there have been 165 cases in the region in the last 24 hours.
Of these, over 100 were in Flintshire and Wrexham.
56 in Wrexham
47 in Flintshire
21 in Conwy
15 on Anglesey
13 in Denbighshire
13 in Gwynedd
Across Wales as a whole, 1,104 cases were confirmed in the last 24 hours, with five new suspected coronavirus-related deaths confirmed - three of which were in North Wales.

On Saturday, 11,217 coronavirus tests were conducted across Wales - with the total number undertaken since the start of the pandemic now over a million.

PHW
Conwy
1,139.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,336 confirmed
Testing episodes:       28,245  (24,099 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.7%

BCUHB
1,251.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       8,753 confirmed
Testing episodes:       159,964  (22,866 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 26, 2020, 03:34:30 PM
There have been a further 120 cases of coronavirus recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to figures released by Public Health Wales today (October 26).      ref DP

One new death related to Covid-19 has been recorded in North Wales over the same time period, and the region's death toll now stands at 447.
Across the country, 1,158 positive Covid-19 tests have been identified, bringing the total to 43,839.

PHW also confirmed six more people have died, meaning 1,783 people have now died since the beginning of the pandemic.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are 8,873 cases as of today.

Across Wales, there were 14,686 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 1,103,133 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr:        120 new cases - total 8,873

Anglesey:  8 new cases - total  711
Gwynedd:  10 new cases - total 1,096
Conwy:  22 new cases - total 1,358
Denbighshire: 10 new cases - total 1,352
Flintshire: 30 new cases - total 1,853
Wrexham: 40 new cases - total 2,503

PHW
Conwy
1,158.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,358 confirmed
Testing episodes:       28,447  (24,272 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.8%

BCUHB
1,268.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       8,873 confirmed
Testing episodes:       161,227  (23,047 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 27, 2020, 03:27:17 PM
WREXHAM and Flintshire record the highest new daily coronavirus cases across North Wales, latest figures show.

Data released by Public Health Wales shows that 166 new cases of Covid-19 have been reported in the last 24-hours.

These can be broken down to 11 in Anglesey, 16 in Conwy, 11 in Denbighshire, 48 in Flintshire, 20 in Gwynedd and 60 in Wrexham.

The total number of cases for each county now stands at 2,563 for Wrexham,

The Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board reported three new deaths taking the total to 450.                                   ref Pioneer


PHW
Conwy
1,172.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,374 confirmed
Testing episodes:       28,640  (24,436 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.8%

BCUHB
1,292.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       9,039 confirmed
Testing episodes:       162,420  (23,217 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 28, 2020, 03:07:34 PM
North Wales coronavirus breakdown as country records 37 deaths in 24 hours

Two more people have died in North Wales after testing positive for Covid-19, according to figures released by Public Health Wales today (October 28).

In the past 24 hours, another 145 coronavirus cases have also been recorded across the region.
PHW data shows North Wales' death toll now stands at 452.

Throughout Wales, 1,414 new positive Covid-19 tests have been identified bringing the total to 46,459.

PHW also confirmed 37 more people have died, meaning 1,827 people have passed away since the beginning of the pandemic.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there are 9,184 cases as of today.

Betsi Cadwaladr:         145 new cases - total 9,184

Anglesey:  12 new cases - total  734
Gwynedd:  10 new cases - total 1,126
Conwy:  21 new cases - total 1,395
Denbighshire: 18 new cases - total 1,381
Flintshire: 41 new cases - total 1,942
Wrexham: 43 new cases - total 2,606

PHW
Conwy
1,190.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,395 confirmed
Testing episodes:       28,810  (24,581 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.8%

BCUHB
1,312.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       9,184 confirmed
Testing episodes:       163,477  (23,369 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 29, 2020, 02:28:49 PM
THERE have been 21 new coronavirus related deaths reported across Wales and over 1,000 new cases, latest figures show. ref Pioneer

Data released by Public Health Wales on October 29 shows that 224 new cases were reported in the North Wales Region.

Of which include Wrexham with the highest jump of 80 new cases, Flintshire with 62, Conwy with 32, Anglesey with 19, Denbighshire with 16, and Gwynedd with 15.

The Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board sadly reported a further two deaths, taking the total to 454.

Nationally, a total of 1,375 new cases were reported in the last 24-hours and the death toll has risen to 1,848.

A full breakdown of total cases in North Wales and rate per 100k can be broken down to:
Anglesey: 753 cases with a rate of 1,075.1 per 100k
Conwy: 1,427 cases with a rate of 1,217,5 per 100k
Denbighshire: 1,397 cases with a rate of 1,459.8 per 100k
Flintshire: 2,004 cases with a rate of 1,282.8 per 100k
Gwynedd: 1,141 cases with a rate of 916.0 per 100k
Wrexham: 2,686 cases with a rate of 1,975.6 per 100k

PHW
Conwy
1,217.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,427 confirmed
Testing episodes:       29,008  (24,750 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%

BCUHB
1,344.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       9,408 confirmed
Testing episodes:       164,863  (23,567 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 30, 2020, 02:37:53 PM
MORE than 160 new cases of covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have confirmed.

Public Health Wales announced on Friday afternoon that there have been 1,737 new welsh cases of the virus across Wales, as well as a further 11 deaths.
of the new cases, 165 were reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University health Board area.

68 in Wrexham
50 in Flintshire
16 in Conwy
12 on Anglesey
10 in Denbighshire
Nine in Gwynedd.
Public Health Wales also confirmed the total number of covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area now stands at 455.

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,443 confirmed
Testing episodes:       29,231  (24,940 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%

BCUHB
1,368.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       9,573 confirmed
Testing episodes:       166,055  (23,737 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on October 31, 2020, 02:50:37 PM
Data released by Public Health Ways on October 31 shows that 186 new cases were reported in the North Wales region.  ref Pioneer

These can be broken down to 62 in Wrexham, 55 in Flintshire, 25 in Conwy, 17 in Denbighshire, 14 in Gwynedd and 13 in Anglesey.

The total number of cases and rate per 100k can be broken down to:
Anglesey: 778 cases with a rate of 1,110.7 per 100k
Conwy: 1,468 cases with a rate of 1,252.5 per 100k
Denbighshire: 1,424 cases with a rate of 1,488.0 per 100k
Flintshire: 2,109 cases with a rate of 1,351.1 per 100k
Gwynedd: 1,164 cases with a rate of 934.5 per 100k
Wrexham: 2,816 cases with a rate of 2,071.2 per 100k.

Sadly, the Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board reported a further two deaths bringing the total to 457, the second highest across Wales.

Nationally, a total of 1,301 new cases were recorded and a further 13 deaths bringing the total to 1,872.

PHW
Conwy
1,252.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,468 confirmed
Testing episodes:       29,425  (25,106 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
1,395.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       9,759 confirmed
Testing episodes:       167,378  (23,926 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 01, 2020, 02:52:46 PM
WALES' total number of positive cases is lower today but some test results have not been included, figures show.

Data released by Public Health Wales on November 1 showed that 134 cases were reported in the North Wales region.

These can be broken down to seven in Anglesey, eight in Conwy, 38 in Denbighshire, 39 in Flintshire, eight in Gwynedd and 34 in Wrexham.

The total number of cases and rate per 100k can be broken down to:

Anglesey: 785 cases with 1,120.7 per 100k
Conwy: 1,476 cases with 1,259.4 per 100k
Denbighshire: 1,462 cases with 1,527.8 per 100k
Flintshire: 2,148 cases with 1,376.0 per 100k
Gwynedd: 1,172 with 940.9 per 100k
Wrexham: 2,850 with 2,096.3 per 100k

Sadly, the Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board reported a further two deaths bringing the total to 459.
Nationally, a total of 816 cases were recorded and 16 deaths, bringing the total to 1,888.

PHW
Conwy
1,259.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,476 confirmed                                    21 cases in August....160 cases in Sep....579 cases in Oct.
Testing episodes:       29,528  (25,194 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
1,414.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       9,893 confirmed
Testing episodes:       168,278  (24,055 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.9%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 02, 2020, 03:26:26 PM
Another 188 coronavirus cases have been recorded in North Wales - taking the region's total past 10,000 since the start of the pandemic.

The latest data released by Public Health Wales on Monday (November 2) shows no new deaths in North Wales.
The total death toll for the region since the start of the pandemic remains at 459.

Across the country, 1,646 new positive Covid-19 tests have been confirmed, bringing the total to 53,337.

And another 3 people have died, meaning 1,891 people have passed away since the start of the pandemic.

Public Health Wales said today's figures include a backlog of data from the previous 24 hours,  "due to a data transfer issue between NWIS and Public Health Wales over the weekend".

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there have now been 10,081 confirmed cases.

Anglesey:  10 new cases - total  795
Gwynedd:  9 new cases - total 1,181
Conwy:  19 new cases - total 1,495
Denbighshire: 19 new cases - total 1,481
Flintshire: 29 new cases - total 2,177
Wrexham: 102 new cases - total 2,952

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,495 confirmed
Testing episodes:       29,769  (25,400 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
1,441.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       10,081 confirmed
Testing episodes:       169,868  (24,282 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.9%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 03, 2020, 03:16:49 PM
Two more people have died and another 128 coronavirus cases have been recorded in North Wales, latest Public Health Wales figures show. ref DP

The total death toll for the region now stands at 461, according to statistics released at 2pm today (Tuesday, November 3).

Across the country, 1,119 new positive Covid-19 tests have been confirmed, bringing the total to 54,456.

And another 4 people have died, meaning 1,895 people have passed away since the start of the pandemic.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there have now been 10,209 confirmed cases.
Across Wales, there were 10,212 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 1,188,350 since the beginning of the pandemic.
Betsi Cadwaladr:     128 new cases - total 10,209

Anglesey:  7 new cases - total  802
Gwynedd:  0 new cases - total 1,181
Conwy:  16 new cases - total 1,511
Denbighshire: 18 new cases - total 1,499
Flintshire: 50 new cases - total 2,227
Wrexham: 37 new cases - total 2,989

PHW
Conwy
1,289.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,511 confirmed
Testing episodes:       29,899  (25,510 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%

BCUHB
1,459.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       10,209 confirmed
Testing episodes:       170,804  (24,416 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 04, 2020, 02:59:34 PM
THERE have been 44 new coronavirus deaths in Wales, the highest daily increase since the pandemic began.

Data released by Public Health Wales on November 4 shows that 88 new cases were reported in North Wales.
These can be broken down to 33 in Wrexham, 21 in Flintshire, nine in Gwynedd, eight in Denbighshire, five in Conwy and two in Anglesey.

Sadly, the Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board reported a further two deaths, bringing the total to 463.
Across Wales, a total of 44 deaths were reported, the highest daily increase since the pandemic began, meaning the total now sits at 1,939.

As of November 4, the total number of cases and cases per 100k can be broken down to:
Anglesey: 804 cases with 1,147.9 per 100k
Conwy: 1,516 cases with 1,293.5 per 100k
Denbighshire: 1,507 cases with 1,574.8 per 100k
Flintshire: 2,248 cases with 1,440.1 per 100k
Gwynedd: 1,190 cases with 995.4 per 100k
Wrexham: 3,022 cases with 2,222.8 per 100k

Nationally, a total number of 1,202 new cases were confirmed bringing the total number of positive cases to 55,658 since recording began.

PHW
Conwy
1,293.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,516 confirmed
Testing episodes:       29,959  (25,562 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%

BCUHB
1,470.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       10,287 confirmed
Testing episodes:       171,455  (24,509 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 05, 2020, 04:02:17 PM
According to Public Health Wales, there have been 1,272 new cases of the virus in Wales and a further 30 deaths. ref Pioneer

Of those new cases, 140 were recorded in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area.

61 in Wrexham
37 in Flintshire
14 in Conwy
14 in Gwynedd
Eight in Denbighshire
Six on Anglesey
The total number of deaths (suspected covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases) in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area now stands at 465.

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,530 confirmed
Testing episodes:       30,101  (25,683 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%

BCUHB
1,490.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       10,427 confirmed
Testing episodes:       172,659  (24,681 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 06, 2020, 03:50:30 PM
There has been one further fatality linked to coronavirus recorded in North Wales in the past 24 hours.   ref DP

In the same time, 121 new positive tests have been reported, according to figures released by Public Health Wales today (November 6).
The total death toll for the region now stands at 466.

Across the country, 1,352 cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed, bringing the total to 58,279.
And another 13 people have died, meaning 1,982 people have now passed away since the beginning of the pandemic.

In the area covered by  Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there have now been 10,548 confirmed cases.
Across Wales, there were 13,241 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 1,220, 564 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr:        121 new cases - total 10,548

Anglesey:  5 new cases - total  815
Conwy:  14 new cases - total 1,544
Denbighshire: 11 new cases - total 1,525
Flintshire: 33 new cases - total 2,318
Gwynedd:  16 new cases - total 1,220
Wrexham: 42 new cases - total 3,125

PHW
Conwy
1,317.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,544 confirmed
Testing episodes:       30,352  (25,897 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%

BCUHB
1,507.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       10,548 confirmed
Testing episodes:       173,994  (24,872 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 07, 2020, 02:44:23 PM
ALMOST 110 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across our region by Public Health Wales (PHW) today.

There have now been 10,655 lab-confirmed cases of the virus from the combined counties that make up the North Wales region since the outbreak of the pandemic - after more incidents were confirmed in the latest figures released today.

Public Health Wales confirmed that the 107 of today’s 1,119 newly confirmed Welsh cases were from the northern region and can be broken down as such:
• Anglesey – 10 (14.3 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Conwy – 12 (10.2 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Denbighshire – 12 (12.5 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Flintshire – 24 (15.4 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Gwynedd – 10 (8.0 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Wrexham – 39 (28.7 per 100,000 population as of today)

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 469 have sadly died to date according to PHW data.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 600 for the health board area.

BCUHB stats:
• Confirmed cases as of November 7 – 10,655
• New cases from November 7 – 108

• Rate of new cases per 100,000 last week (October 26 to November 1) – Anglesey (80.0), Conwy (93.0), Denbighshire (105.5), Flintshire (149.9), Gwynedd (49.8 Wrexham (255.2)

PHW
Conwy
1,327.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,556 confirmed
Testing episodes:       30,531  (26,050 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%

BCUHB
1,523.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       10,655 confirmed
Testing episodes:       175,124  (25,033 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 08, 2020, 03:06:46 PM
MORE than 130 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across our region by Public Health Wales (PHW) today.  ref Pioneer

Public Health Wales confirmed that the 107 of today’s 744 newly confirmed Welsh cases were from the northern region and can be broken down as such:

• Anglesey – Six (8.6 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Conwy – 21 (17.9 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Denbighshire – Nine (9.4 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Flintshire – 46 (29.5 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Gwynedd – Six (4.8 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Wrexham – 43 (31.6 per 100,000 population as of today)

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported one further death meaning 470 have sadly died to date according to PHW data.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 600 for the health board area.

PHW
Conwy
1,345.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,577 confirmed
Testing episodes:       30,769  (26,253 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%

BCUHB
1,541.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       10,786 confirmed
Testing episodes:       176,585  (25,242 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 09, 2020, 03:11:00 PM
Another 69 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Wales - according to new figures released as the country's firebreak lockdown was lifted.

The latest statistics from Public Health Wales on Monday (November 9) reveal that across the country, a further 931 cases reported.

No new deaths have been recorded in North Wales and the total death toll for the region remains at 470.
Country-wide, an additional 8 people have died, meaning 2,041 people have now passed away since the beginning of the pandemic.

In the area covered by  Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there have now been 10,855 confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic.
Across Wales, there were 11,894 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 1,255,816 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Public Health Wales stressed the end of the firebreak did not mean a "return to normality" and urged people to follow the new regulations in place from today.


Betsi Cadwaladr:        131 new cases - total 10,855

Anglesey:  6 new cases - total  831
Conwy:  21 new cases - total 1,577
Denbighshire: 9 new cases - total 1,547
Flintshire: 42 new cases - total 2,388
Gwynedd:  6 new cases - total 1,236
Wrexham: 43 new cases - total 3,207

PHW
Conwy
1,353.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,586 confirmed
Testing episodes:       30,879  (26,347 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%

BCUHB
1,551.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       10,855 confirmed
Testing episodes:       177,494  (25,372 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 10, 2020, 02:49:39 PM
48 new cases take North Wales' number of confirmed cases to 10,903.    (9 cases in Conwy reported  today) ref Pioneer

However, Public Health Wales says there is reporting delay in Public Health Wales receiving data from non-NHS Wales laboratories, meaning the actual number of Welsh cases is much higher.

In the last 24 hours a further 22 people who had tested positive for coronavirus have sadly died - taking the country's total number of suspected coronavirus-related deaths to 2,063.

Over 1.2 million coronavirus tests have been conducted in Wales, with 7,411 of those conducted on Monday.

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,595 confirmed
Testing episodes:       31,017  (26,464 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%

BCUHB
1,558.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       10,903 confirmed
Testing episodes:       178,387  (25,500 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 11, 2020, 03:20:00 PM
Another 88 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Wales, according to new figures.

The latest statistics from Public Health Wales on Wednesday (November 11) reveal that, across the country, a further 928 cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed, bringing the total to 62,284.

Five new deaths have been recorded in North Wales and the total death toll for the region now stands at 477.
Country-wide, an additional 45 people have died, meaning 2,108 people have now passed away since the beginning of the pandemic.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there have now been 10,991 confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic.
Across Wales, there were 8,297 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 1,271,495 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr:         88 new cases - total 10,991

Anglesey: 7 new cases - total  843
Conwy: 10 new cases - total 1,605
Denbighshire: 20 new cases - total 1,574
Flintshire: 22 new cases - total 2,454
Gwynedd: 13 new cases - total 1,258
Wrexham: 16 new cases - total 3,257

PHW
Conwy
1,369.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,605 confirmed
Testing episodes:       31,159  (26,585 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.2%

BCUHB
1,571.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       10,991 confirmed
Testing episodes:       179,233  (25,621 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 12, 2020, 03:05:15 PM
RESIDENTS are being urged to take personal responsibility for their actions as coronavirus cases continue to rise.

Public Health Wales on November 12 show 137 new cases of Covid-19 were reported in the North Wales region as well as five new deaths.
These can be broken down to two in Anglesey, 11 in Conwy, 17 in Denbighshire, 43 in Flintshire, 14 in Gwynedd and 50 in Wrexham.

The total number of cases, and cases per 100k can be broken down to:
Anglesey - 845 cases with 1,206.4 per 100k
Conwy - 1,616 cases with 1,378.8 per 100k
Denbighshire - 1,591 cases with 1,662.6 per 100k
Flintshire - 2,497 cases with 1,599.6 per 100k
Gwynedd - 1,272 cases with 1,021.2 per 100k
Wrexham - 3,307 cases with 2,432.4 per 100k
The Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board sadly reported a further five deaths, bringing the total to 482.

Nationally, a total of 34 people have sadly died, bringing the total to 2,143.
A total of 867 new cases were recorded across the country, bringing the total to 63,151.

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,616 confirmed
Testing episodes:       31,400  (26,791 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%

BCUHB
1,590.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       11,128 confirmed
Testing episodes:       180,549  (25,809 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 13, 2020, 03:02:21 PM
Another 137 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Wales, according to new figures.

The latest statistics from Public Health Wales on Friday (November 13) reveal that, across the country, a further 797 cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed, bringing the total to 63,948.

Ten new deaths have been recorded in North Wales and the total death toll for the region now stands at 492.
Country-wide, an additional 29 people have died, meaning 2,171 people have now passed away since the beginning of the pandemic.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there have now been 11,128 confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic.

Across Wales, there were 9,129 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 1,289,357 since the beginning of the pandemic.
Betsi Cadwaladr:          112 new cases - total 11,240

Anglesey: 5 new cases - total  850
Conwy: 12 new cases - total 1,628
Denbighshire: 7 new cases - total 1,598
Flintshire: 40 new cases - total 2,537
Gwynedd: 11 new cases - total 1,283
Wrexham: 37 new cases - total 3,344

PHW
Conwy
1,389.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,628 confirmed
Testing episodes:       31,592  (26,955 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.2%

BCUHB
1,606.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       11,240 confirmed
Testing episodes:       181,878  (25,999 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 14, 2020, 03:08:44 PM
THERE have been almost one thousand new cases of coronavirus reported in the last day across Wales, latest figures show. ref pioneer

Data released by Public Health Wales on November 14 shows that there had been 116 new coronavirus cases in the North Wales region.

These can be broken down to five in Anglesey, seven in Conwy, 14 in Denbighshire, 45 in Flintshire, seven in Gwynedd and 38 in Wrexham.
The total number of cases, and cases per 100k can be broken down to:

Anglesey - 855 cases with 1,220.7 per 100k
Conwy - 1,635 cases with 1,395.0 per 100k
Denbighshire - 1,612 cases with 1,684.5 per 100k
Flintshire - 2,582 cases with 1,654.1 per 100k
Gwynedd - 1,290 cases with 1,035.6 per 100k
Wrexham - 3,382 cases with 2,487.6 per 100k

The Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board has a total of 491 related coronavirus deaths.
Nationally, a total of 20 deaths were reported across Wales bringing the total to 2,191.
Across Wales, 933 new cases were recorded, bringing the total number of positive cases to 64,881.

PHW
Coney
Cases:       1,635 confirmed
Testing episodes:       31,810  (27,141 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%

BCUHB
1,623.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       11,356 confirmed
Testing episodes:       183,305  (26,203 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 15, 2020, 02:29:46 PM
OVER one thousand new coronavirus cases have been recorded across Wales, latest figures show.              ref Pioneer

Data released by Public Health Wales on November 15 show that 98 of these were reported in the North Wales region.

These can be broken down to two in Anglesey, 10 in Conwy, 14 in Denbighshire, 35 in Flintshire, 10 in Gwynedd and 27 in Wrexham.

Across Wales, a total of 1,333 new Covid-19 cases were reported in the last day.
Sadly, a further 16 people have died across the country bringing the death toll to 2,207.

The Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board currently stands at 492, after a rise of one.

“During this first weekend since the fire-break restrictions have been lifted, we would remind everyone that Coronavirus is still active in our communities, and therefore this does not mean a return to normality.

“We ask the public to observe the new regulations and to limit their contact with other people as much as possible so that we all work together to bring the numbers of positive cases down.

PHW
Conwy
1,403.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,645 confirmed
Testing episodes:       32,102  (27,390 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%

BCUHB
1,637.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       11,454 confirmed
Testing episodes:       184,950  (26,438 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 16, 2020, 03:49:05 PM
Todays TV news advised there had been 250 deaths attributed to Covid in Wales in the first two weeks of November.

PHW
Conwy
1,411.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,654 confirmed
Testing episodes:       32,313  (27,570 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%

BCUHB
1,652.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       11,558 confirmed
Testing episodes:       186,476  (26,656 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 17, 2020, 03:50:05 PM
Coronavirus cases almost halve in 24 hours in North Wales but people told 'this does not mean a return to normality'
Public Health Wales strongly advises the public to take personal responsibility for their actions

There have been a further 57 cases of coronavirus recorded across North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to Public Health Wales figures released today (November 17).

Across Wales, another 705 cases of Covid-19 were reported, bringing the total to 67,811.
Over the same time period, the country-wide death toll has increased by 34 and now stands at 2,243.
The PHW data shows the death toll remains at 492 in North Wales.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there have now been 11,558 confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic.
Across Wales, there were 8,392 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 1,338,135 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 57 new cases - total 11,615

Anglesey:  0 new cases - total  859
Conwy: 0 new cases - total 1,654
Denbighshire:  11 new cases - total 1,656
Flintshire:  31 new cases - total 2,682
Gwynedd: 1 new case - total 1,308
Wrexham:   14 new cases - total 3,456

PHW
Conwy
1,411.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,654 confirmed
Testing episodes:       32,421  (27,662 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%

BCUHB
1,660.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       11,615 confirmed
Testing episodes:       187,320  (26,777 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 18, 2020, 03:54:58 PM
PHW
Conwy
1,420.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,665 confirmed
Testing episodes:       32,566  (27,786 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%

BCUHB
1,669.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       11,682 confirmed
Testing episodes:       188,088  (26,887 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 19, 2020, 02:27:49 PM
NORTH Wales has surpassed 500 deaths as sadly, six new Covid-related fatalities were reported.     ref Pioneer

Data released by Public Health Wales on November 19 shows that the Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board reported a further six deaths, making the total 504.

In the North Wales region, a total of 107 new coronavirus cases were recorded in the last 24-hours.

These can be broken down to 51 in Flintshire, 27 in Wrexham, 11 in Denbighshire, seven in Gwynedd, six in Conwy and five in Anglesey.

Anglesey: 866
Conwy: 1,671
Denbighshire: 1,674
Flintshire: 2,759
Gwynedd: 1,320
Wrexham: 3,499

Nationally, a total of 1,048 cases were reported across Wales, bringing the total number of positive cases to 69,497 since recording began.
Sadly, a further 23 deaths were recorded, bringing to death toll to 2,307.

PHW
Conwy
1,425.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,671 confirmed
Testing episodes:       32,817  (28,000 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%

BCUHB
1,685.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       11,789 confirmed
Testing episodes:       189,537  (27,094 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 20, 2020, 03:36:12 PM
Another 92 cases of coronavirus have been recorded across North Wales in the past 24 hours, according to the latest Public Health Wales figures.

Across Wales, 1,020 new cases of Covid-19 were reported, bringing the total to 70,517 today (Friday, November 20).

Over the same time period, the country-wide death toll has increased by 31 and now stands at 2,338.
The PHW data also shows the North Wales death toll has risen by another three to 507.

In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there have now been 11,881 confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic.

Across Wales, there were 13,292 tests carried out in the last 24 hours - bringing the total to 1,370,152 since the beginning of the pandemic.
Betsi Cadwaladr: 92 new cases - total 11,881

Anglesey:  1 new case - total  8667
Conwy: 13 new cases - total 1,684
Denbighshire:    8 new cases - total 1,682
Flintshire:     36 new cases - total 2,795
Gwynedd: 1 new case - total 1,3201
Wrexham: 33 new cases - total 3,532

PHW
Conwy
1,436.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,684 confirmed
Testing episodes:       33,053  (28,201 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%

BCUHB
1,698.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       11,881 confirmed
Testing episodes:       190,992  (27,302 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 21, 2020, 03:25:17 PM
MORE than 110 new cases of covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have confirmed.

Public Health Wales announced on Saturday afternoon that 1,016 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales, as well as 28 further deaths.

In the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area, there have been 111 new cases reported.
38 in Wrexham
37 in Flintshire
19 in Denbighshire
Six in Gwynedd
Six in Conwy
Five on Anglesey
The total number of deaths (suspected covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases) reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area now stands at 508.

PHW
Conwy
1,441.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,690 confirmed
Testing episodes:       33,273  (28,389 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%

BCUHB
1,714.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       11,992 confirmed
Testing episodes:       192,528  (27,521 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on November 22, 2020, 10:36:33 AM
The statistical chances of dying with Covid are becoming clearer. “The death rate is at least 10 or 20 times higher than flu,” says Nicholas Brazeau at Imperial College London.

The number of confirmed cases that countries report can’t be used to calculate the infection fatality rate because most cases aren’t detected, because not everyone has symptoms, and not all who do get tested. Estimates suggest that about 250,000 people were infected daily at the peak of the first wave in the UK, when only 5000 daily cases were being reported by the government.

For high-income countries, we do have a fair idea of how many people have died but there are still uncertainties. In the UK, for instance, many deaths were missed at the start because of the lack of testing, so the official estimate of around 44,000 in the first wave is too low, says Paul Hunter at the University of East Anglia in the UK.

“The 44,000 number underestimates the total mortality quite substantially,” he says. “A lot of deaths were not diagnosed early on.” Looking at the number of deaths above what was seen under “normal” conditions in previous years suggests that 10,000 or even 20,000 deaths were missed.

New Scientist, yesterday.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 22, 2020, 03:12:29 PM
MORE than 70 new cases of Covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have said.

Public Health Wales confirmed on Sunday that there have been 808 new cases of the virus reported across Wales, as well as 11 further deaths.

In the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area, there have been 74 new cases reported. (no cases in Conwy)

27 in Flintshire
26 in Wrexham
15 in Denbighshire
Five in Gwynedd
One on Anglesey
Public Health Wales also confirmed that the total number of suspected covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area currently stands at 510.

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,690 confirmed
Testing episodes:       33,443  (28,534 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.1%

BCUHB
1,724.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       12,066 confirmed
Testing episodes:       193,985  (27,730 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 23, 2020, 04:01:43 PM
PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,691 confirmed
Testing episodes:       33,639  (28,701 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
1,737.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       12,156 confirmed
Testing episodes:       195,507  (27,947 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 24, 2020, 03:37:20 PM
One more coronavirus-related death has been reported in North Wales, the latest daily statistics show.   ref DP

A further 62 new cases of the virus have also been recorded in North Wales by Public Health Wales, the new figures reveal - taking the total overall to 12,218.

The death toll from Covid-19 in North Wales is now 511 people.
Across Wales, there have been 21 more virus deaths reported in the last 24 hours.
That takes the full death toll in the country since the virus first struck to 2,406.

A total of 595 new cases have also been reported across Wales today. That brings the total since the pandemic arrived to 73,828.
In addition, 7,962 tests have been carried out in the last 24 hours.

Overall, there have now been 1,417,881 tests carried out across Wales.

Betsi Cadwaladr:    62 new cases - total 12,218

Anglesey :  no new cases - total  878
Conwy:   1 new case - total 1,692
Denbighshire:      13 new cases - total 1,741
Flintshire:       21 new cases - total 2,906
Gwynedd:    3 new cases - total 1,338
Wrexham:   24 new cases - total 3,663     

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,692 confirmed
Testing episodes:       33,856  (28,887 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
1,746.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       12,218 confirmed
Testing episodes:       196,528  (28,093 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 25, 2020, 09:47:08 AM
One in five deaths in North Wales now being caused by Covid-19

Data from a variety of sources show Covid-related deaths are continuing to rise, but infection rates are coming down.

One in five recent deaths in North Wales is related to coronavirus, new figures have revealed.

In the week ending November 13, Covid-related deaths made up 17% of the 140 deaths that were recorded in the region.

According to figures released yesterday by the Office for National Statistics, there were 24 Covid deaths across North Wales during the week – up from 22 the week before, and 10 the week before that...........

Cont  https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/one-five-deaths-north-wales-19339186 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/one-five-deaths-north-wales-19339186)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 25, 2020, 04:12:36 PM
PHW
Conwy
1,449.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,699 confirmed
Testing episodes:       33,968  (28,982 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
1,753.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       12,266 confirmed
Testing episodes:       197,217  (28,192 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 26, 2020, 02:27:13 PM
OVER 1,000 new coronavirus cases have been reported across Wales, latest figures show.    ref Pioneer

Data released by Public Health Wales on November 26 shows that there had been 1,251 new cases reported across Wales.
Of which, 105 were in the North Wales region.

These can be broken down to 11 in Anglesey, four in Conwy, nine in Denbighshire, 27 in Flintshire, 10 in Gwynedd and 44 in Wrexham.

Anglesey - 15.7 per 100,000 population as of today
Conwy - 3.4 per per 100,000 population as of today
Denbighshire - 9.4 per 100,000 population as of today
Flintshire - 17.3 per 100,000 population as of today
Gwynedd - 8.0 per 100,000 population as of today
Wrexham - 32.4 per 100,000 population as of today

The Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board sadly reported a further four deaths bringing the total to 521.

The total number of cases for each county can be broken down to 895 in Anglesey, 1,703 in Conwy, 1,759 in Denbighshire, 2,946 in Flintshire, 1,351 in Gwynedd and 3,717 in Wrexham.

Nationally, a further 28 coronavirus-related deaths were reported across Wales bringing the total death toll to 2,474.

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,703 confirmed
Testing episodes:       34,242  (29,216 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
1,768.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       12,371 confirmed
Testing episodes:       198,957  (28,440 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 27, 2020, 03:08:55 PM
CORONAVIRUS continues to spread faster than anticipated', the First Minister said.

Data released by Public Health Wales on November 27 shows that there had been 1,105 new cases reported across Wales, of which, 87 were in the North Wales region.

These can be broken down to 10 in Anglesey, three in Conwy, eight in Denbighshire, 20 in Flintshire, two in Gwynedd and 44 in Wrexham.

Anglesey - 14.3 per 100,000 population as of today
Conwy - 2.6 per per 100,000 population as of today
Denbighshire - 8.4 per 100,000 population as of today
Flintshire - 12.8 per 100,000 population as of today
Gwynedd - 1.6 per 100,000 population as of today
Wrexham - 32.4 per 100,000 population as of today

The total number of cases since recording began for each county can be broken down to 905 in Anglesey, 1,706 in Conwy, 1,767 in Denbighshire, 2,966 in Flintshire, 1,353 in Gwynedd and 3,761 in Wrexham.

The Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board sadly reported a further two deaths bringing the total to 523.

Nationally, a further 21 coronavirus-related deaths were reported across Wales bringing the total death toll to 2,494.
At the press conference in Cardiff, First Minister Mark Drakeford said the fire-break achieved what it had set out to do but now, the virus is spreading quicker 'than anticipated'.

PHW
Conwy
1,455.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,706 confirmed
Testing episodes:       34,409  (29,358 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCXUHB
1,780.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       12,458 confirmed
Testing episodes:       200,208  (28,619 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 28, 2020, 04:16:41 PM
PHW
Conwy
1,458.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,709 confirmed
Testing episodes:       34,623  (29,541 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%

BCUHB
1,796.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       12,567 confirmed
Testing episodes:       201,796  (28,846 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 29, 2020, 03:54:17 PM
PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,720 confirmed                         (11 cases today)
Testing episodes:       34,953  (29,823 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%

BCUHB
1,811.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       12,674 confirmed
Testing episodes:       203,486  (29,088 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on November 30, 2020, 03:47:10 PM
There have been 51 new cases in North Wales in the latest 24 hour period, taking the total here to 12,725 cases since the pandemic arrived.

Across Wales, there have been 802 new cases, which brings the overall national total to 80,342.
There were three deaths reported across the country in the latest daily figures from Public Health Wales, taking the overall death toll to 2,450.

The data for North Wales has actually put the number of deaths down by two, from 529 to 527. Occasionally data analysis does record such falls, although it is more common for such revisions to lead to numbers going up, as more virus deaths are uncovered that had previously been recorded as non-Covid.

The number of tests carried out in Wales in the latest daily period was 12,699.
A total of 1,497,917 tests have now been carried out since the testing scheme began.

Betsi Cadwaladr:  51 new cases - total 12,725

Anglesey   :   6 new cases - total  935
Conwy:   7 new cases - total 1,727
Denbighshire   :   2 new cases - total 1,791
Flintshire:   13 new cases - total 3,041
Gwynedd   : 4 new cases - total 1,374
Wrexham:   19 new cases - total 3,857

PHW
Conwy
1,473.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,727 confirmed
Testing episodes:       35,120  (29,965 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%

BCUHB
1,819.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       12,725 confirmed
Testing episodes:       204,599  (29,247 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 01, 2020, 03:36:32 PM
JUST under 90 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across our region by Public Health Wales (PHW) today.
Public Health Wales confirmed that the 89 of today’s 667 newly confirmed Welsh cases were from the northern region.

• Anglesey – Zero (0 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Conwy – Zero (0 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Denbighshire – Eight (8.4 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Flintshire – 25 (16.0 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Gwynedd – Six (4.8 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Wrexham – 50 (36.8 per 100,000 population as of today)

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 527 people have sadly died to date according to PHW data.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 654 for the health board area.

• Confirmed cases as of December 1 – 12,814
• New cases from December 1 – 89

• Rate of new cases per 100,000 last week (November 23 to 29) – Anglesey (75.7), Conwy (26.4), Denbighshire (56.4), Flintshire (101.9), Gwynedd (32.9), Wrexham (176.5)

PHW
Conwy
1,473.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,727 confirmed
Testing episodes:       35,277  (30,099 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%

BCUHB
1,831.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       12,814 confirmed
Testing episodes:       205,473  (29,372 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 02, 2020, 03:36:48 PM
JUST under 130 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across our region by Public Health Wales (PHW) today.

Public Health Wales confirmed that 129 of today’s 1,480 newly confirmed Welsh cases were from the northern region. The largest portion came from Wrexham and Flintshire respectively
• Anglesey – 11 (15.7 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Conwy – 13 (11.1 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Denbighshire – 16 (16.7 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Flintshire – 39 (25.0 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Gwynedd – Five (4.0 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Wrexham – 45 (33.1 per 100,000 population as of today)

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 538 people have sadly died to date according to PHW data – an increase of 11 compared to December 1.

Across Wales, another 1,480 COVID cases were confirmed in Wednesday’s figures, meaning that 82,489 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.

There were 51 newly reported deaths, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus sadly stands at 2,614 in Wales.  ref  Pioneer

PHW
Conwy
1,484.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,740 confirmed
Testing episodes:       35,472  (30,265 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%

BCUHB
1,850.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       12,943 confirmed
Testing episodes:       206,812  (29,563 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 03, 2020, 03:39:09 PM
There have been 66 new cases of coronavirus recorded across North Wales in the past 25 hours.

In the same time, one more person has passed away after testing positive for Covid-19, according to figures released by Public Health Wales today (December 3).
A total of 539 people have now died in the area covered by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board - up from 539 yesterday

There have been 24 more coronavirus deaths across Wales, bringing the death toll to 2,638 since the beginning of the pandemic.

The number of tests carried out in Wales in the latest daily period was 14,212.
A total of 1,530, 546 tests have now been carried out since the testing scheme began.

Betsi Cadwaladr:    66 new cases - total 13,009

Anglesey   :     1 new cases - total  947
Conwy:     7 new cases - total 1,747
Denbighshire   :     9 new cases - total 1,824
Flintshire:     17 new cases - total 3,122
Gwynedd   :   7 new cases - total 1,392
Wrexham:     25 new cases - total 3,977

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,747 confirmed
Testing episodes:       35,676  (30,439 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%

BCUHB
1,859.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       13,009 confirmed
Testing episodes:       207,924  (29,722 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 04, 2020, 03:44:23 PM
There have been 107 new cases of coronavirus recorded across North Wales in the past 23 hours.

In the same time, two more people have died after testing positive for Covid-19, according to figures released by Public Health Wales today .
A total of 541 people have now died in the area covered by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board - up from 539 yesterday.

There have been 33 more coronavirus deaths across Wales, bringing the death toll to 2,671 since the beginning of the pandemic.

Another 1,471 positive tests have also been recorded, which brings the country's total 85,432.
The number of tests carried out in Wales in the latest daily period was 15,217.

A total of 1,545,760 tests have now been carried out since the testing scheme began.                         ref DP

Betsi Cadwaladr:    107 new cases - total 13,009

Anglesey   :     10 new cases - total  957
Conwy:     5 new cases - total 1,752
Denbighshire   :      15 new cases - total 1,839
Flintshire:      23 new cases - total 3,145
Gwynedd   :    9 new cases - total 1,401
Wrexham:      45 new cases - total 4,022

PHW
Conwy
1,494.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,752 confirmed
Testing episodes:       35,905  (30,635 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%

BCUHB
1,874.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       13,116 confirmed
Testing episodes:       209,401  (29,933 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 05, 2020, 03:29:39 PM
OVER 100 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales in the last day, the latest data shows. ref Pioneer

Public Health Wales figures released on Saturday (December 5) show that 132 new cases have been confirmed in the region.

Anglesey - 8 (965 in total)
Conwy - 12 (1,764 in total)
Denbighshire - 10 (1,849 in total)
Gwynedd - 9 (1,410 in total)
Flintshire - 33 (3,178 in total)
Wrexham - 60 (4,082 in total)

Sadly, 24 people who had tested positive for coronavirus in the last 28 days have died in the last 24 hour period.
It takes the total number of Welsh suspected Covid-related deaths to 2,695.

Over 17,000 coronavirus tests were undertaken across Wales in the last day, with there having been over 1.5 million tests undertaken since the start of the pandemic.

PHW
Conwy
1,505.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,764 confirmed
Testing episodes:       36,125  (30,823 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%

BCUHB
1,893.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       13,248 confirmed
Testing episodes:       210,875  (30,144 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Hugo on December 05, 2020, 03:31:23 PM
With so much time and effort going in to the Covid Pandemic, now is not the time to have an inquest into this virus but it must happen in the future as there are so many questions that need answering

For instance Thailand which has a population of nearly 70 million people has had its death rate from Coronavirus go up to 60, whereas the UK with a population of nearly 67 million has a death rate from Coronavirus of over 60 thousand.
My brother who is in regular weekly contact with people in Thailand told me that one infected person from another country has come into Thailand and infected Thai people.
That person is now in a Thai prison he was told
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 06, 2020, 03:16:07 PM
Public Health Wales figures released on Sunday (December 6) show that 121 new cases of the virus have been confirmed in the region in the last day.

Anglesey - 2 (967 in total)
Conwy - 18 (1,782 in total)
Denbighshire - 20 (1,869 in total)
Flintshire - 47 (3,225 in total)
Gwynedd - 9 (1,419 in total)
Wrexham - 25 (4,106 in total)

Sadly, 14 people who had tested positive for coronavirus in the last 28 days have died in the last 24 hour period.  (38 dead in two days)

Dr Chris Williams, incident director for the Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “It is now clear from the data that the coronavirus cases are rising in most parts of Wales, reversing the downward trend we had observed as a result of the fire break.

“We ask the public to observe the regulations and to limit their contact with other people as much as possible so that we all work together to bring the numbers of positive cases down.


1,520.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,782 confirmed
Testing episodes:       36,517  (31,157 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%

BCUHB
1,910.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       13,368 confirmed
Testing episodes:       212,634  (30,395 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.3%

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 07, 2020, 03:35:38 PM
Another 170 cases of Covid-19 have been recorded across North Wales in the past 24 hours.

A total of 546 people have now passed away in the area covered by the  Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board  - up from 545 yesterday.

In total, 13,538 cases have been reported in North Wales since the start of the pandemic.
Across Wales, 2,021 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded, bringing the total to 91,013.

According to the PHW figures, there have been 2 new fatalities - making the death toll is now 2,711.
Betsi Cadwaladr:     170 new cases - total 13,538

Anglesey     :        7 new cases - total  974
Conwy:        31 new cases - total 1,813
Denbighshire     :        13 new cases - total 1,882
Flintshire:        47 new cases - total 3,272
Gwynedd     :      5 new cases - total 1,424
Wrexham:         67 new cases - total 4,173

PHW
Conwy
1,546.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,813 confirmed
Testing episodes:       36,804  (31,402 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%

BCUHB
1,935.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       13,538 confirmed
Testing episodes:       214,143  (30,611 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.3%


"It is now clear from the data that the coronavirus cases are rising in most parts of Wales, reversing the downward trend we had observed as a result of the firebreak.

"If we are to have meaningful and safe interactions within the permitted exclusive Christmas ‘bubble’, then everyone should now start to limit their interactions with others as much as possible in the lead up to the festive period.
    Dr Giri Shankar,
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 08, 2020, 03:26:02 PM
A further 107 cases of Covid-19 have been recorded across North Wales in the past 24 hours.

No new deaths have been recorded in the area covered by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board and the total for North Wales has decreased by one in the last 24 hours to 545. This is because data is often adjusted at a later date.

In total, 13,645 cases have been reported in North Wales since the start of the pandemic.
Across Wales, 780 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded, bringing the total to 91,792.

According to the PHW figures, there have been 31 new fatalities - making the death toll 2,725.

Betsi Cadwaladr:     107 new cases - total 13,645

Anglesey     :        1 new case - total  975
Conwy:         11 new cases - total 1,824
Denbighshire     :        10 new cases - total 1,892
Flintshire:         37 new cases - total 3,309
Gwynedd     :       2 new cases - total 1,4246
Wrexham:          46 new cases - total 4,219

PHW
Conwy
1,556.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,824 confirmed
Testing episodes:       36,970  (31,544 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       4.9%

BCUHB
1,950.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       13,645 confirmed
Testing episodes:       215,211  (30,764 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 09, 2020, 03:57:15 PM
A further 107 cases of Covid-19 have been recorded across North Wales in the past 24 hours.

The bulk of the new infections were again in Wrexham and Flintshire, the latest figures from Public Health Wales today (December 9) show.
No new deaths have been recorded in the area covered by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.

According to the PHW figures, there have been 31 new fatalities - making the death toll 2,756.

Betsi Cadwaladr:     154 new cases - total 13,799

Anglesey :         3 new cases - total  978
Conwy:         18 new cases - total 1,842
Denbighshire :        15 new cases - total 1,892
Flintshire:          70 new cases - total 3,399
Gwynedd :        8 new cases - total 1,434
Wrexham:          40 new cases - total 4,259

PHW
Conwy
1,571.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,842 confirmed
Testing episodes:       37,167  (31,712 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
1,972.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       13,799 confirmed
Testing episodes:       216,407  (30,935 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 10, 2020, 03:09:20 PM
OVER 120 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Flintshire and Wrexham in the last day, the latest data shows.

Public Health Wales figures released on Thursday (December 10) show that 125 new cases have been confirmed in the region.

Anglesey - 3 (981 in total)
Conwy - 12 (1,184 in total)
Denbighshire - 17 (1,924 in total)
Flintshire - 31 (3,410 in total)
Gwynedd - 18 (1,452 in total)
Wrexham - 44 (4,303 in total)

Across Wales, 31 people who had tested positive for coronavirus in the last 28 days have sadly died in the last 24-hour period.

 “Public Health Wales is concerned at the high levels of coronavirus in nearly every part of Wales.
“If we are to have meaningful and safe interactions within the permitted exclusive Christmas ‘bubble’, then everyone should immediately start to limit their interactions with other as much as possible in the lead up to the festive period.

"As the number of cases continues to accelerate in Wales, we would also advise people to consider their plans for Christmas from the perspective of what they ‘should’ do, rather than what they ‘can’ do, in order to protect their families and communities."

PHW
Conwy
1,581.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,854 confirmed
Testing episodes:       37,356  (31,873 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
1,990.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       13,924 confirmed
Testing episodes:       217,578  (31,102 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 11, 2020, 02:56:52 PM
Another 144 cases of Covid-19 have been recorded across North Wales in the past 24 hours. ref DP

Six new deaths have been recorded in the area covered by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board and the total for North Wales now stands at 553.

In total, 14,068 cases have been reported in North Wales since the start of the pandemic.

Across Wales, 2,234 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded, bringing the total to 98,232.

According to the PHW figures, there have been 29 new fatalities - making the death toll 2,818.

The number of tests carried out in Wales in the latest daily period was 17,313.

Dr Robin Howe, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said:
"Staying out of other people’s homes, limiting the times and the numbers of people that you meet, maintaining social distancing and hand hygiene, masks, working from home if you can, and self-isolating if you show symptoms of coronavirus or are asked to do so by contact tracers."

Betsi Cadwaladr: 144 new cases - total 14,068

Anglesey : 1 new case - total 982
Conwy: 9 new cases - total 1,863
Denbighshire : 23 new cases - total 1,947
Flintshire: 56 new cases - total 3,466
Gwynedd : 8 new cases - total 1,460
Wrexham: 47 new cases - total 4,350

PHW
Conwy
Testing episodes:       37,601  (32,082 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

Bcuhb
2,011.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       14,068 confirmed
Testing episodes:       219,256  (31,342 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 12, 2020, 02:59:57 PM
MORE than 140 new cases of covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have said.         ref Pioneer

Public Health Wales announced on Saturday afternoon that 2,494 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales, as well as a further 31 deaths.
Of the new cases, 144 were reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area.

50 in Wrexham
45 in Flintshire
21 in Denbighshire
15 in Gwynedd
10 in Conwy
Three on Anglesey
The number of suspected covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board stands at 555.

PHW
Conwy
1,598.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,873 confirmed
Testing episodes:       37,811  (32,261 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
2,031.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       14,212 confirmed
Testing episodes:       220,710  (31,550 per 100,000)

Dr Christopher Williams, incident director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “Yesterday (Friday 11 December) there was planned maintenance of the NHS Welsh Laboratory Information Management System (WLIMS) to allow for essential service upgrades to take place.

“This will affect our daily reporting of Coronavirus figures, and therefore there will be no release of daily figures tomorrow (Sunday 13 December).

"There will be a period of data reconciliation and validation that will affect our daily reporting figures for several days after this downtime.
Positivity*:       6.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 13, 2020, 02:52:33 PM
THE latest covid-19 figures are not available today due to 'essential upgrades' to the NHS Welsh Laboratory Information Management System (WLIMS).

"From Monday, December 14, we will be bringing forward the publication time for our data dashboard and our daily statement from 2pm to the earlier time of 12pm.

"For operational reasons, we will be changing the daily ‘data correct as of’ from 1pm the previous day to 9am the previous day.

"We also plan to extend the lag period for seven day case rate reporting from two to four days.

"This will further improve the accuracy of Coronavirus cases per 100,000 population by local authority area for the most recent seven day incidence."

Full story  https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18941213.latest-covid-19-figures-wales-arent-available-today/ (https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18941213.latest-covid-19-figures-wales-arent-available-today/)

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 14, 2020, 10:01:47 AM
The October firebreak curbed the coronavirus spread in Wales, but there are serious concerns over its growth again in recent days.

The virus is now growing so fast, mainly in the south, First Minister Mark Drakeford is planning for a Wales wide January lockdown.
He said it was “almost certain” that new Alert Level 4 restrictions will apply to the whole of Wales initially.

Speaking on Friday, Mr Drakeford said: "The virus is spreading faster than all our models have predicted," and added "coronavirus is now firmly entrenched in many parts of Wales".

Today, we (DP ? ) have gone through Public Health Wales data to see the places in North Wales where the disease is spreading the most quickly.

We compared the figures released on Friday, December 10, with seven days before.
These figures are seven-day rolling totals for new cases adjusted for population ( per 100,000 people ).

It is important to remember that though these figures are a useful guide they are just part of the story.
If testing massively increases in one place there is likely to be a rise in confirmed cases.
However these figures are still a vital factor in Welsh Government and Public Health Wales decision-making.

Here are the areas of North Wales where coronavirus is growing fastest:     https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/areas-north-wales-coronavirus-growing-19451285 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/areas-north-wales-coronavirus-growing-19451285)

Conwy
Though Conwy is far from the place with the most cases in Wales, numbers have shot up in the last seven days.
They have gone from 40 cases per 100,000 of population to 92 - a rise of 130%.
That is the second highest rise in Wales after Bridgend, which last week saw its highest ever numbers of cases.

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 14, 2020, 05:18:40 PM
PHW
Conwy
1,607.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,884 confirmed
Testing episodes:       37,967  (32,394 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
2,047.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       14,320 confirmed
Testing episodes:       221,639  (31,683 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 15, 2020, 03:54:38 PM
Another 92 cases of Covid-19 have been recorded across North Wales in the past 24 hours.                   ref DP

The latest Public Health Wales figures show  Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board total deaths stand at 562.

According to the PHW figures, there have been 9 new fatalities - making the death toll 2,891.

The number of tests carried out in Wales in the latest daily period was 6,726.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 92 new cases - total 14,412

Anglesey : 0 new cases - total 990
Conwy: 6 new cases - total 1,890
Denbighshire : 21 new cases - total 2,003
Flintshire: 14 new cases - total 3,555
Gwynedd : 17 new cases - total 1,495
Wrexham: 34 new cases - total 4,479

PHW
Conwy
1,612.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,890 confirmed
Testing episodes:       38,116  (32,521 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
2,060.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       14,412 confirmed
Testing episodes:       222,613  (31,822 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 16, 2020, 06:32:39 PM
Another 71 cases of Covid-19 have been recorded across North Wales in the past 24 hours.  ref DP

The figures recorded are for the period spanning December 14, 9am to December 15, 8:59am.
The latest Public Health Wales figures show  Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board total deaths stand at 564 an increase of two.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 71 new cases - total 14,483

Anglesey : 3 new cases - total 993
Conwy: 7 new cases - total 1,897
Denbighshire : 12 new cases - total 2,015
Flintshire: 10 new cases - total 3,565
Gwynedd : 9 new cases - total 1,505
Wrexham: 30 new cases - total 4,509

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,897 confirmed
Testing episodes:       38,226  (32,615 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
2,070.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       14,483 confirmed
Testing episodes:       223,236  (31,911 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 17, 2020, 03:35:54 PM
A further 695 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Wales, following a 'significant delay' in reporting the results of some laboratory tests.

Latest  Public Health Wales figures show the death toll for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board stands at 565 - an increase of one over the last 24 hours

In total, 15,178 cases have been reported in North Wales since the start of the pandemic.

The delay in reporting positive tests - caused by a 'computer glitch' - accounts for around 11,000 cases across Wales.

A spokesperson for Public Health Wales said: "The new cases (around 11,000) reported from December 17 inside a very large backlog of samples processed in the lighthouse laboratories mainly collected between the December 9 and 15.
"These cases are included in the current reports and dashboard outputs."

Across Wales, 11,468 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded, bringing the total to 114,566.

According to the PHW figures, there have been 52 new fatalities - making the death toll 2,973.                                   ref DP

Betsi Cadwaladr: 695 new cases - total 15,178

Anglesey:  14 new cases - total 1,007
Conwy:  51 new cases - total 1,948
Denbighshire:  58 new cases - total 2,073
Flintshire:  214 new cases - total 3,779
Gwynedd:  41 new cases - total 1,545
Wrexham:  317 new cases - total 4,826

PHW
CONWY
Cases:       1,948 confirmed
Testing episodes:       38,887  (33,179 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
2,169.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       15,178 confirmed
Testing episodes:       228,482  (32,661 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 18, 2020, 03:08:04 PM
NEARLY 200 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales in the last day, the latest data shows.  ref Pioneer

Public Health Wales figures released on Friday (December 18) show that 185 new cases have been confirmed in the region - with the bulk being in north east Wales.

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

Anglesey - 6 (1,013 in total)
Conwy - 15 (1,963 in total)
Denbighshire - 18 (2,091 in total)
Flintshire - 55 (3,834 in total)
Gwynedd - 13 (1,558 in total)
Wrexham - 55 (4,904 in total)
Across Wales, 38 people who had tested positive for coronavirus in the last 28 days have sadly died in the last 24 hour period, with over 2,800 people having tested positive nationwide.

PHW
Conwy
1,674.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,963 confirmed
Testing episodes:       39,163  (33,415 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
2,196.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       15,363 confirmed
Testing episodes:       230,065  (32,887 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 19, 2020, 01:40:07 PM
ALMOST 200 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across our region by Public Health Wales (PHW) today.  ref Pioneer

Public Health Wales confirmed that the 192 of today’s 3,065 newly confirmed Welsh cases were from the northern region.
• Anglesey – Nine (12.8 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Conwy – Nine (7.7 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Denbighshire – 16 (16.7 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Flintshire – 60 (38.4 per 100,000 population as of today
• Gwynedd – 12 (9.6 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Wrexham – 86 (63.3 per 100,000 population as of today)

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 570 people have sadly died to date according to PHW data.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 726 for the health board area.

BCUHB stats:
• Total confirmed cases as of December 19 – 15,555

• New cases from today (December 19) – 192

• Rate of new cases per 100,000 last week (December 7 to 13) – Anglesey (37.1), Conwy (76.7), Denbighshire (164.1), Flintshire (234.5), Gwynedd (77.1), Wrexham (360.4)

There were 35 newly reported deaths, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus sadly stands at 3,046 in Wales.

PHW
Conwy
1,682.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       1,972 confirmed
Testing episodes:       39,333  (33,560 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
2,223.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       15,555 confirmed
Testing episodes:       231,516  (33,095 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 20, 2020, 01:17:17 PM
Public Health Wales confirmed that the 136 of today’s 2,334 newly confirmed Welsh cases were from the northern region.  rewf Pioneer

• Anglesey – Three (4.3 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Conwy – Eight (6.8 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Denbighshire – 21 (21.9 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Flintshire – 41 (26.3 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Gwynedd – 14 (11.2 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Wrexham – 49 (36.0 per 100,000 population as of today)

BCUHB stats
• Total confirmed cases as of December 20 – 15,691
• New cases from today (December 20) – 192
• Rate of new cases per 100,000 last week (December 7 to 13) – Anglesey (37.1), Conwy (76.7), Denbighshire (164.1), Flintshire (234.5), Gwynedd (77.1), Wrexham (360.4)

Across Wales, another 2,334 COVID cases were confirmed in Sunday’s figures, meaning that 122,766 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.
There were 69 newly reported deaths, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus sadly stands at 3,115 in Wales.

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,980 confirmed
Testing episodes:       39,601  (33,788 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
2,243.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       15,691 confirmed
Testing episodes:       233,045  (33,313 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.7%


“It is normal for viruses to undergo mutations, and we expect this to happen.  Although the variant is easier to transmit, there is currently no evidence that it is more severe.

“We are reminding people that all current guidance relating to Coronavirus continues to apply to the new variant, including advice relating to symptoms, social distancing, self-isolation, and vaccination.

“The new variant shows up as positive in Public Health Wales’ existing Coronavirus tests, and people must continue to seek a test in the usual way if they develop Coronavirus symptoms.”     Ref PHW
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 21, 2020, 03:37:32 PM
According to figures released by Public Health Wales today (December 21), there has been 275 new coronavirus cases recorded across North Wales in a 24 hour period.

The death toll for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board since the beginning of the pandemic now stands at 572 - an increase of one within 24 hours.

In total, 15,996 Covid-19 cases have been reported in North Wales.
Across the country, 2,563 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded, bringing the total to 125,329.
There have been 10 new fatalities - making the death toll 3,125.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 275 new cases - total 15,966

Anglesey : 7 new cases - total 1,032
Conwy: 13 new cases - total 1,993
Denbighshire : 25 new cases - total 2,153
Flintshire: 86 new cases - total 4,021
Gwynedd : 18 new cases - total 1,602
Wrexham: 125 new cases - total 5,165

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       1,993 confirmed
Testing episodes:       39,905  (34,048 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
2,282.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       15,966 confirmed
Testing episodes:       235,202  (33,621 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 22, 2020, 10:12:21 AM
CORONAVIRUS case rates are continuing to rise in almost every area of Wales, latest figures show.

Only one area – Conwy – has recorded a drop.

Conwy, the one area that has recorded a week-on-week fall, saw its rate drop from 95.6 to 77.6.

https://www.leaderlive.co.uk/news/18961490.coronavirus-rates-continue-rise-across-wales/?ref=rss (https://www.leaderlive.co.uk/news/18961490.coronavirus-rates-continue-rise-across-wales/?ref=rss)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 22, 2020, 03:51:59 PM
According to figures released by Public Health Wales today (December 22), there has been 199 new coronavirus cases recorded across North Wales in a 24 hour period.

The death toll for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board since the beginning of the pandemic now stands at 572 - which is no change within 24 hours.

In total, 16,165 Covid-19 cases have been reported in North Wales.
Across the country, 2,761 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded, bringing the total to 128,089.

There have been 24 new fatalities - making the death toll 3,149.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 199 new cases - total 16,165

Anglesey : 9 new cases - total 1,041
Conwy: 17 new cases - total 2,010
Denbighshire : 26 new cases - total 2,179
Flintshire: 72 new cases - total 4,093
Gwynedd : 4 new cases - total 1,606
Wrexham: 71 new cases - total 5,236

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       2,010 confirmed
Testing episodes:       40,161  (34,266 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
2,310.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       16,165 confirmed
Testing episodes:       236,853  (33,857 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 23, 2020, 03:07:09 PM
According to figures released by Public Health Wales today (December 23), there have been 219 new coronavirus cases recorded across the region over the past 24 hour period.             ref DP

The death toll for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board since the beginning of the pandemic now stands at 573 - an increase of one in 24 hours.
In total, 16,384 Covid-19 cases have been reported in North Wales.

Across the country, 3,013 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded, bringing the total to 131,102.

There have been 51 new fatalities in Wales and the death toll now stands at 3,200.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 219 new cases - total 16,384

Anglesey : 1 new cases - total 1,042
Conwy: 9 new cases - total 2,019
Denbighshire :   22 new cases - total 2,201
Flintshire: 66 new cases - total 4,159
Gwynedd : 13 new cases - total 1,619
Wrexham: 108 new cases - total 5,344

PHW
Conwy
1,722.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,019 confirmed
Testing episodes:       40,369  (34,444 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
2,342.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       16,384 confirmed
Testing episodes:       238,479  (34,090 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.9%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 24, 2020, 03:53:32 PM
More than 300 new coronavirus cases in North Wales as numbers soar ahead of Christmas Day
Some areas have seen huge increases in 24 hours


According to figures released by Public Health Wales today (December 24), there have been 340 new coronavirus cases recorded across the region over the past 24 hour period.

The death toll for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board since the beginning of the pandemic now stands at 574 - an increase of one in 24 hours.

In total, 16,724 Covid-19 cases have been reported in North Wales.

Across the country, 2,161 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded, bringing the total to 133,263.

There have been 63 new fatalities in Wales and the death toll now stands at 3,263.

The number of tests carried out in Wales in the latest daily report was 15,621 and a total of 1,890,273 tests have now been carried out since the testing scheme began, with 1,209,340 individuals tested.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 340 new cases - total 16,724

Anglesey : 9 new cases - total 1,051
Conwy: 27 new cases - total 2,046
Denbighshire :    42 new cases - total 2,243
Flintshire: 101 new cases - total 4,260
Gwynedd : 11 new cases - total 1,630
Wrexham: 150 new cases - total 5,494

PHW
Conwy
1,745.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,046 confirmed
Testing episodes:       40,724  (34,747 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.0%

BCUHB
2,390.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       16,724 confirmed
Testing episodes:       240,837  (34,427 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.9%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 25, 2020, 02:21:50 PM
North Wales daily coronavirus figures will not be available on Christmas day, Public Health Wales has said.

As a result, there will be a 'backlog' of data that will flow through to the system in the following days.

The numbers that will be reported on Boxing day will be the for the cases registered on Christmas Eve.

Both the Christmas day and Boxing day figures will then be reported on Sunday, December 27.

However, Public Health Wales warns it is important to note the data on December 27 should be “interpreted with caution” as the numbers will cover a 48 hour period, rather than the normal 24 hours.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 26, 2020, 03:24:03 PM
OVER 300 new coronavirus cases have been reported in North Wales, latest figures show.     ref Pioneer

Data released by Public Health Wales on December 26 shows that 338 new coronavirus cases were reported in North Wales.

These can be broken down to 170 in Wrexham, 95 in Flintshire, 27 in Denbighshire, 23 in Conwy, 20 in Gwynedd and three in Anglesey.

Figures were not released on Christmas Day.

Nationally, a total of 2,237 new coronavirus cases were reported, bringing the total to 135,500.

The Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board sadly reported a further four deaths bringing the total to 578.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 27, 2020, 02:56:57 PM
CORONAVIRUS cases continue to rise across Wales as people are urged to stay at home.

Data released by Public Health Wales on December 27 shows that there had been 460 new coronavirus cases reported in North Wales.

Of which, 26 were in Anglesey, 61 in Conwy, 67 in Denbighshire, 128 in Flintshire, 30 in Gwynedd and 148 in Wrexham.

These are over a 48-hour period from December 24 to December 26 instead of the usual 24-hour period due to no reporting on Christmas Day.

The Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board sadly reported a further three deaths bringing the total to 581.

Nationally, 4,142 new coronavirus cases were reported across Wales bringing the total to 139,642 since recording began.

Sadly, a further 70 deaths were reported bringing the total death toll to 3,368.         

https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18971532.latest-coronavirus-cases-across-north-wales/ (https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/18971532.latest-coronavirus-cases-across-north-wales/)

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 28, 2020, 03:40:06 PM
OVER 300 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across our region by Public Health Wales (PHW) today.  ref Pioneer

There have now been over 17,820 lab-confirmed cases of the virus from the combined counties that make up the North Wales region since the outbreak of the pandemic - after more incidents were confirmed in the latest figures released today.

Public Health Wales confirmed that the 304 of today’s 2,273 newly confirmed Welsh cases were from the northern region.

They can be broken down as such:

• Anglesey – 11 (15.7 per 100,000 population as of today)

• Conwy – 20 (17.1 per 100,000 population as of today)

• Denbighshire – 29 (30.3 per 100,000 population as of today)

• Flintshire – 125 (80.1 per 100,000 population as of today)

• Gwynedd – 10 (8.0 per 100,000 population as of today)

• Wrexham – 109 (80.2 per 100,000 population as of today)

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 581 people have sadly died to date according to PHW data.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 749 for the health board area.

BCUHB stats:
• Total confirmed cases as of December 28 – 17,826

• New cases from today (December 28) – 304

• Rate of new cases per 100,000 last week (December 21 to 27) – Anglesey (67.1), Conwy (104.9), Denbighshire (157,7) Flintshire (270.3), Gwynedd (57.07, Wrexham (373.6)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 29, 2020, 03:29:56 PM
Coronavirus cases have climbed significantly once again across North Wales.
New data from Public Health Wales shows 349 new cases have been reported in the latest daily total.

Thirty-three more deaths have been reported across Wales as the NHS faces increasing pressure across the UK from the new Covid variant that is behind the surge in infections.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is due to meet ministers this evening amid talk of further restrictions and concern from scientists and teaching unions about the reopening of schools.

It comes after a warning of 'catastrophe' within weeks if further measures are not introduced to tackle the latest Covid variant, according to Professor Andrew Hayward, of the Government’s New and Emerging Respiratory Virus Threats Advisory Group (Nervtag). https://www.sciencemediacentre.org/expert-reaction-to-brief-summary-of-nervtag-opinion-from-the-nervtag-meeting-on-sars-cov-2-variant-under-investigation-vui-202012-01/ (https://www.sciencemediacentre.org/expert-reaction-to-brief-summary-of-nervtag-opinion-from-the-nervtag-meeting-on-sars-cov-2-variant-under-investigation-vui-202012-01/)

The new Covid-19 data for Wales shows a further 2,510 new cases have been reported today.
That takes the total since the pandemic began in Wales to 144,425.

The 33 deaths recorded today take the coronavirus death toll here to 3,416.

All areas recorded double or triple digit increases.
Betsi Cadwaladr: 349 new cases - total 18,175

Anglesey : 27 new cases - total 1,118
Conwy: 20 new cases - total 2,170
Denbighshire :   46 new cases - total 2,412
Flintshire: 86 new cases - total 4,694
Gwynedd : 16 new cases - total 1,706
Wrexham: 154 new cases - total 6,075

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       2,170 confirmed
Testing episodes:       41,940  (35,784 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.2% (increased)

BCUHB
2,598.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       18,175 confirmed
Testing episodes:       249,384  (35,649 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 30, 2020, 03:33:10 PM
New data from Public Health Wales shows 411 new cases have been reported in the latest daily total.

Another 13 more deaths have been reported across Wales as the NHS faces increasing pressure across the UK from the new Covid variant that is behind the surge in infections.

The new Covid-19 data for Wales shows a further 2,281 new cases have been reported today.
That takes the total since the pandemic began in Wales to 146,706.

The death toll figure for North Wales since the pandemic began is 584.
The 13 deaths recorded today take the coronavirus death toll here to 3,429.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 411 new cases - total 18,586

Anglesey : 18 new cases - total 1,136
Conwy: 27 new cases - total 2,197
Denbighshire :    67 new cases - total 2,479
Flintshire: 116 new cases - total 4,810
Gwynedd : 16 new cases - total 1,706
Wrexham: 167 new cases - total 6,242

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       2,197 confirmed
Testing episodes:       42,190  (35,997 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.2%

BCUHB
2,656.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       18,586 confirmed
Testing episodes:       251,243  (35,914 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on December 31, 2020, 03:07:41 PM
More than 300 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in North Wales in the last 24 hours and another six people have died, the latest statistics for December 31 show.

According to figures released by Public Health Wales, the total for North Wales increased by 330, with the biggest rise in cases in Flintshire and Wrexham.

In total, 18,916 Covid-19 cases have been reported in North Wales since the start of the pandemic.
Across the country, 1,831 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded, bringing the total to 148,537.

The death toll for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board since the beginning of the pandemic now stands at 590.

There have been 65 further fatalities in Wales and the death toll now stands at 3,494.

Public Health Wales will not be giving an update on figures on New Year's Day, with daily reporting resuming on January 2.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 330 new cases - total 18,916

Anglesey: 9 new cases - total 1,145
Conwy: 27 new cases - total 2,224
Denbighshire : 39 new cases - total 2,518
Flintshire: 93 new cases - total 4,903
Gwynedd: 34 new cases - total 1,740
Wrexham: 144 new cases - total 6,386                                                  ref DP

PHW
BCUHB
1,897.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,224 confirmed
Testing episodes:       42,447  (36,217 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.2%

BCUHB
2,704.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       18,916 confirmed
Testing episodes:       252,813  (36,139 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 02, 2021, 01:33:20 PM
Public Health Wales figures released on Saturday (January 2) show that there have been 691 new cases in the BCUHB region in the last two days.     ref Pioneer

Wrexham's seven-day cases rate per 100,000 population has jumped to over 580 and is now in line with rates seen in much of south Wales.

Anglesey - 30 (1,175 in total)
Conwy - 49 (2,273 in total)
Denbighshire - 94 (2,612 in total)
Flintshire - 231 (5,134 in total)
Gwynedd - 19 (1,759 in total)
Wrexham - 268 (6,654 in total)

PHW
Conwy
1,939.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,273 confirmed
Testing episodes:       42,844  (36,555 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.3%     * increased *

BCUHB
2,802.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       19,607 confirmed
Testing episodes:       255,497  (36,523 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.7%

Dr Chris Williams, incident director for the Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said:

“We wish everyone a Happy New Year, and hope that 2021 will be a better year for us all. With vaccinations for Covid-19 progressing, we welcome the announcement by the Welsh Government of the roll-out of the second coronavirus vaccine (from Oxford/AstraZeneca) in Wales.

“Vaccinating the adult population of Wales, to protect people from severe disease, is a significant task, and the vaccine will take time to reach everyone.

“Please do not to phone your GP, pharmacy or hospital asking when you will get a vaccine.  When someone is in one of the groups eligible for the vaccine, they will be invited to attend a dedicated clinic which will have been set up to ensure patient safety and that of the healthcare professionals.

“The effects of the vaccines may not be seen nationally for some time, and with Wales at alert level four we must continue to follow the advice on keeping Wales safe.  Stay at home, meet only the people you live with, maintain social distancing, wash your hands regularly, and work from home if you can."
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 03, 2021, 12:48:06 PM
PHW
Conwy
1,966.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,305 confirmed
Testing episodes:       43,274  (36,922 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.3%

BCUHB
2,896.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       20,265 confirmed
Testing episodes:       258,786  (36,993 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 04, 2021, 02:10:56 PM
Another 304 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in North Wales during the last 24 hours, the latest statistics show.

In total, 20,569 Covid-19 cases have been reported in North Wales since the start of the pandemic.

Across the country, 1,898 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded, bringing the total to 157,209 according to Public Health Wales.

No new deaths have been recorded in North Wales and the death toll for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board since the beginning of the pandemic remains at 595. The health board, which accounts for 22 per cent of Wales' population, is the largest in the country.

There have been 25 further fatalities in Wales and the death toll now stands at 3,645.

Here is the full list of coronavirus cases across Wales on January 4:
Betsi Cadwaladr: 304 new cases - total 20,569

Anglesey:  14 new cases - total 1,214
Conwy: 29 new cases - total 2,334
Denbighshire: 62 new cases - total 2,741
Flintshire: 91 new cases - total 5,464
Gwynedd: 15 new cases - total 1,788
Wrexham: 93 new cases - total 7,028

PHW
Conwy
1,991.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,334 confirmed
Testing episodes:       43,541  (37,150 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.4%  *increase*

BCUHB
2,940.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       20,569 confirmed
Testing episodes:       260,677  (37,263 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       7.9%

12:22
Increase in Covid deaths over Christmas period
Health Minister Vaughan Gething said there are almost 2,700 people with Covid symptoms in hospital in Wales.

A total of 208 people are in critical care and more than half were coronavirus patients, he said.
"This is very close to the peak we experienced during the first wave last year," Mr Gething told the coronavirus press briefing.

"Very sadly, we have seen an increase in the number of people dying after contracting coronavirus over the Christmas period."
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 05, 2021, 02:27:02 PM
Another 428 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in North Wales during the last 24 hours, the latest statistics show.

In total, 20,997 Covid-19 cases have been reported in North Wales since the start of the pandemic.
Across the country, 2,069 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded, bringing the total to 159,278 according to Public Health Wales.

No new deaths have been recorded in North Wales and the death toll for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board since the beginning of the pandemic remains at 595. The health board, which accounts for 22 per cent of Wales' population, is the largest in the country.

There have been 17 further fatalities in Wales and the death toll now stands at 3,662.

The number of tests carried out in Wales in the latest daily report was 12,656 and a total of 2,069,100 tests have now been carried out since the testing scheme began, with 1,319,431 individuals tested.
 January 5:
Betsi Cadwaladr: 428 new cases - total 20,997

Anglesey:  21 new cases - total 1,235
Conwy: 15 new cases - total 2,349
Denbighshire: 48 new cases - total 2,789
Flintshire: 179 new cases - total 5,643
Gwynedd: 16 new cases - total 1,804
Wrexham: 149 new cases - total 7,177

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       2,349 confirmed
Testing episodes:       43,760  (37,337 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.4%

BCUHB
3,001.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       20,997 confirmed
Testing episodes:       262,596  (37,537 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 06, 2021, 02:23:35 PM
Another 435 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in North Wales during the last 24 hours, the latest statistics show.  ref DP

Across the country, 2,238 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded, bringing the total to 161,516 according to Public Health Wales.

No new deaths have been recorded in North Wales and the death toll for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board since the beginning of the pandemic remains at 595. The health board, which accounts for 22 per cent of Wales' population, is the largest in the country.

There have been 76 further fatalities in Wales and the death toll now stands at 3,738.

January 6:
Betsi Cadwaladr: 435 new cases - total 21,432

Anglesey:  36 new cases - total 1,271
Conwy: 25 new cases - total 2,374
Denbighshire: 42 new cases - total 2,831
Flintshire: 124 new cases - total 5,767
Gwynedd: 19 new cases - total 1,823
Wrexham: 189 new cases - total 7,366

PHW
Conwy
2,025.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,374 confirmed
Testing episodes:       43,908  (37,463 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.4%

BCUHB
3,063.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       21,432 confirmed
Testing episodes:       264,186  (37,765 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 07, 2021, 02:41:51 PM
Another 394 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in North Wales during the last 24 hours, the latest statistics show.

In total, 21,826 Covid-19 cases have been reported in North Wales since the start of the pandemic.

Across the country, 1,718 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded, bringing the total to 163,234 according to Public Health Wales.

Seven new deaths have been recorded in North Wales and the death toll for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board since the beginning of the pandemic stands at 602. The health board, which accounts for 22 per cent of Wales' population, is the largest in the country.

There have been 63 further fatalities in Wales and the death toll now stands at 3,801.

The number of tests carried out in Wales in the latest daily report was 12,755 and a total of 2,094,345 tests have now been carried out since the testing scheme began, with 1,335,755 individuals tested.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 394 new cases - total 21,826

Anglesey:  3 new cases - total 1,274
Conwy: 42 new cases - total 2,416
Denbighshire: 47 new cases - total 2,878
Flintshire: 119 new cases - total 5,886
Gwynedd: 13 new cases - total 1,836
Wrexham: 170 new cases - total 7,536

PHW
Conwy
2,061.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,416 confirmed                                                             (on 7th Oct 2020  963 cases)
Testing episodes:       44,176  (37,692 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.5%   *increase*                                                        (on 7th Oct 2029  4%)

BCUHB
3,120.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       21,826 confirmed
Testing episodes:       265,716  (37,983 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 08, 2021, 01:38:26 PM
Another 530 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in North Wales during the last 24 hours, the latest statistics show.

Seven new deaths have been recorded in North Wales and the death toll for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board since the beginning of the pandemic stands at 609. The health board, which accounts for 22 per cent of Wales' population, is the largest in the country.

There have been 56 further fatalities in Wales and the death toll now stands at 3,857.
January 8:
Betsi Cadwaladr: 530 new cases - total 22,356

Anglesey:  20 new cases - total 1,294
Conwy: 32 new cases - total 2,448
Denbighshire: 51 new cases - total 2,929
Flintshire: 216 new cases - total 6,102
Gwynedd: 40 new cases - total 1,876
Wrexham: 171 new cases - total 7,707

PHW
Conwy
2,088.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,448 confirmed
Testing episodes:       44,560  (38,020 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.5%

BCUHB
3,195.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       22,356 confirmed
Testing episodes:       268,269  (38,348 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.3%

Covid in Wales: How many deaths have there been?  BBC report   https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-55347203 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-55347203)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 09, 2021, 04:47:46 PM
PHW
Conwy                                                                 
2,149.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,519 confirmed                                71 Cases as of 08/1/21
Testing episodes:       45,032  (38,422 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.6%  *increase*

BCUHB
3,297.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       23,068 confirmed
Testing episodes:       271,597  (38,824 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.5%

BBC report  Covid in Wales: How many deaths have there been? 

Another 62 people are reported to have died in Wales after contracting coronavirus, says Public Health Wales (PHW).
It takes the total number of deaths since the start of the pandemic to 3,919, its latest figures show.

PHW also reported a further 2,373 new Covid infections in Wales - taking the total number of cases to 168,094.

There were 20 deaths in the Cwm Taf Morgannwg health board area and 12 in the Hywel Dda area.

There were 11 in Cardiff and Vale, eight in both Swansea Bay University Health Board, eight in Aneurin Bevan University Health Board and and three in the Betsi Cadwaladr area.

cont https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-55347203 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-55347203)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 10, 2021, 05:05:50 PM
Another 488 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in North Wales during the last 24 hours, the latest statistics show on Sunday (January 10).

This is a sharp drop compared to yesterday's 712 cases, although weekends can see a lag in reporting.

In total, 22,356 Covid-19 cases have been reported in North Wales since the start of the pandemic.

Across the country, 1,660 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded in the last 24 hours, bringing the total to 169,754 according to Public Health Wales.

Eight new deaths have been recorded in North Wales and the death toll for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board since the beginning of the pandemic stands at 620.

There have been 45 further fatalities in Wales and the death toll now stands at 3,964.                               ref DP

Betsi Cadwaladr: 488 new cases - total 23,556

Anglesey:  17 new cases - total 1,327
Conwy: 40 new cases - total 2,559
Denbighshire: 57 new cases - total 3,109
Flintshire: 165 new cases - total 6,475
Gwynedd: 36 new cases - total 1,964
Wrexham: 74 new cases - total 8,123

PHW
Conwy
2,182.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,558 confirmed
Testing episodes:       45,527  (38,845 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.6%

BCUHB
3,367.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       23,556 confirmed
Testing episodes:       274,467  (39,234 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 11, 2021, 02:45:30 PM
A further 384 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in North Wales during the last 24 hours, the latest statistics released on Monday (January 11) show.

It came as vaccination figures across Wales were published for the first time in the daily coronavirus update from Public Health Wales.
Across the country, 86,039 people have now had their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, with 79 receiving both the first and second doses.

Across the country, 1,793 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded in the last 24 hours, bringing the total to 171,547 according to Public Health Wales.
No new deaths have been recorded in North Wales and the death toll for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board since the beginning of the pandemic remains at 620.

There have been 17 further fatalities elsewhere in Wales and the death toll now stands at 3,981.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 384 new cases - total 23,940

Anglesey: 17 new cases - total 1,344
Conwy: 27 new cases - total 2,585
Denbighshire: 46 new cases - total 3,155
Flintshire: 107 new cases - total 6,582
Gwynedd: 34 new cases - total 1,998
Wrexham: 153 new cases - total 8,276

PHW
Conwy
2,205.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,585 confirmed
Testing episodes:       45,786  (39,066 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.6%

BCUHB
3,422.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       23,940 confirmed
Testing episodes:       276,667  (39,549 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 12, 2021, 01:58:18 PM
Another 314 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in North Wales during the last 24 hours, according to the latest Public Health Wales statistics on Tuesday (January 12).

In total, 24,254 Covid-19 cases have been reported in North Wales since the start of the pandemic.

Another 1,332 cases of Covid-19 have been recorded across Wales in the last 24 hours, down from 1,793 yesterday. It brings the total to 172,879, according to Public Health Wales.

No new deaths have been recorded in North Wales and the death toll for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board since the beginning of the pandemic remains at 620.

There have been 16 further fatalities elsewhere in Wales and the death toll now stands at 3,997.

Across the country, 91,239 people have now had their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, with 97 receiving both the first and second doses.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 314 new cases - total 24,254

Anglesey: 16 new cases - total 1,360
Conwy: 18 new cases - total 2,603
Denbighshire: 27 new cases - total 3,182
Flintshire: 82 new cases - total 6,664
Gwynedd: 31 new cases - total 2,029
Wrexham: 140 new cases - total 8,416

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       2,603 confirmed
Testing episodes:       46,031  (39,275 per 100,000)

Positivity*:       5.7% *increase*

BCUHB
3,467.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       24,254 confirmed
Testing episodes:       278,298  (39,782 per 100,000)

Positivity*:       8.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 13, 2021, 03:03:49 PM
Ten more coronavirus-related deaths have been reported in North Wales.
New figures from Public Health Wales show the Covid-19 death toll for the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area that covers North Wales is now 630.

It comes as new data recorded 66 more suspected virus deaths in total across Wales in the latest daily snapshot from officials.
That takes the overall coronavirus-related death toll in Wales to 4,063.

There have also been another 443 new cases of the virus reported in North Wales, figures show - taking the total number of cases in the area to 24,697 since the virus first arrived here, the figures show that just 58 of the new cases are in north-west Wales.

Across Wales as a whole, 1,533 new cases were reported today, Wednesday, January 13 - taking the total since the pandemic began to 174,412.

The number of people to have been given the first dose of the vaccine in the country is now 101,371, while 108 people have had both jabs.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 443 new cases - total 24,697

Anglesey: 5 new cases - total 1,365
Conwy: 31 new cases - total 2,634
Denbighshire: 77 new cases - total 3,259
Flintshire: 121 new cases - total 6,785
Gwynedd: 22 new cases - total 2,051
Wrexham: 187 new cases - total 8,603

PHW
Conwy
2,247.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,634 confirmed
Testing episodes:       46,351  (39,548 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.7%

BCUHB
3,530.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       24,697 confirmed
Testing episodes:       280,323  (40,071 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 14, 2021, 01:39:17 PM
Public Health Wales figures released on Thursday show that between January 12 and 13, 499 new cases were confirmed in the region.

Anglesey - 25 (seven-day infection rate of 175.6)
Conwy - 38 (seven-day infection rate of 219.3)
Denbighshire - 60 (seven-day infection rate of 431.6)
Flintshire - 147 (seven day infection rate of 641.9)
Gwynedd - 27 (seven-day infection rate of 176.6)
Wrexham - 202 (seven-day infection rate of 922.4)

Sadly, a further 54 people who had tested positive for coronavirus in the last 28 days died between January 12 and 13.

As of January 13, 16,283 Covid vaccinations have taken place in the Betsi Cadwaladr (north Wales) Health Board area - the most out of any health board in Wales.
Across Wales as a whole, 88,163 vaccinations have been given. 
       

Dr Eleri Davies, incident director for the Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said:
“The number of positive coronavirus cases remains extremely high in Wales and is cause for serious concern, due to the impact on NHS Wales services.

“All of Wales remains in lockdown. We ask that the public adopts the same mindset for this lockdown as they did in March 2020. We understand that people are fatigued but because the new, more infectious variant of coronavirus is circulating across Wales it is vital that we all keep to the lockdown restrictions and not to meet other people.

“This means stay at home. If exercising outdoors, please do this alone or with members of your household or support bubble only. Shop online, but if you do need to visit essential retail then do this alone, if possible, to minimise numbers of people in retail spaces, and avoid stopping to chat with people outside your household.

"If you must leave home keep your distance, wash your hands regularly, and wear a face mask when required according to the regulations."   ref Pioneer

PHW
Conwy
2,279.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,672 confirmed
Testing episodes:       46,702  (39,847 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.7%

BCUHB
3,601.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       25,196 confirmed
Testing episodes:       282,715  (40,413 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.9%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 15, 2021, 04:07:07 PM
Three more coronavirus -related deaths have been reported in North Wales.

The virus death toll now stands at 639 deaths for the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area covering North Wales.

A total of 449 new cases have also been reported across our area today, Friday, January 15, the latest data from Public Health Wales shows.

Across Wales as a whole, 54 suspected Covid deaths have been recorded today - taking the national virus death toll to 4,171.

In addition, 1,808 new cases have been reported across Wales in total in the new statistics, a figure that raises the overall number of cases since the pandemic began to 177,864.

The number of people tested in Wales now stands at 1,412,758, while the number of people who have received the first dose of the vaccine is 126,375.
Only 129 people have so far had both jabs.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 449 new cases - total 25,645

Anglesey: 15 new cases - total 1,405
Conwy: 35 new cases - total 2,707
Denbighshire: 60 new cases - total 3,379
Flintshire: 137 new cases - total 7,069
Gwynedd: 45 new cases - total 2,123
Wrexham: 157 new cases - total 8,962 

PHW
Conwy
2,309.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,707 confirmed
Testing episodes:       46,982  (40,086 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.8%  *increase*

BCUHB
3,665.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       25,645 confirmed
Testing episodes:       285,088  (40,753 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 16, 2021, 01:23:34 PM
OVER 380 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across our region by Public Health Wales (PHW) today.

There have now been 26,026 lab-confirmed cases of the virus from the combined counties that make up the North Wales region since the outbreak of the pandemic - after more incidents were confirmed in the latest figures released today.

Public Health Wales confirmed that a third (381) of today’s 1,129 newly confirmed Welsh cases were from the northern region.

• Anglesey – Six (8.6 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Conwy – 39 (33.3 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Denbighshire – 43 (44.9 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Flintshire – 105 (67.3 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Gwynedd – 58 (46.6 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Wrexham – 130 (95.6 per 100,000 population as of today)

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 653 people have sadly died to date according to PHW data.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 818 for the health board area.

BCUHB stats:
• Total confirmed COVID-19 cases from North Wales as of January 16 – 26,026
• New cases from today (January 4) – 381

PHW
Conwy
2,342.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,746 confirmed
Testing episodes:       47,334  (40,386 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.8%

BCUHB
3,720.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       26,026 confirmed
Testing episodes:       287,360  (41,077 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 17, 2021, 03:10:06 PM
OVER 300 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across our region by Public Health Wales (PHW) today.

There have now been almost 26,340 lab-confirmed cases of the virus from the combined counties that make up the North Wales region since the outbreak of the pandemic - after more incidents were confirmed in the latest figures released today.

Public Health Wales confirmed that 313 of today’s 1,172 newly confirmed Welsh cases were from the northern region.

• Anglesey – 14 (20.0 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Conwy – 33 (28.2 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Denbighshire – 40 (41.8 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Flintshire – 87 (55.7 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Gwynedd – 49 (39.3 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Wrexham – 90 (66.2 per 100,000 population as of today)

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 660 people have sadly died to date according to PHW data.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 818 for the health board area.

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       2,779 confirmed
Testing episodes:       47,679  (40,681 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.8%

BCUHB
3,765.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       26,339 confirmed
Testing episodes:       289,335  (41,360 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.1%                     *  Up from 6.6 on 17.12.20 *
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 18, 2021, 12:37:34 PM
Public Health Wales figures released on Monday show that between January 16 and 17, 369 new cases were confirmed in the region.

Anglesey - 23 (weekly infection rate of 132.8
Conwy - 33 (weekly infection rate of 184.3)
Denbighshire - 50 (weekly infection rate of 364.7)
Flintshire - 94 (weekly infection rate of 522.1)
Gwynedd - 34 (weekly infection rate of 204.7)
Wrexham - 135 (weekly infection rate of 792.2)

PHW
Conwy
2,399.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,812 confirmed
Testing episodes:       47,937  (40,901 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.9%

BCUHB
3,817.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       26,708 confirmed
Testing episodes:       291,252  (41,634 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 19, 2021, 01:56:21 PM
THE latest figures show there were a total of 309 new cases confirmed across North Wales.

Regionally, the latest figures show there were a total of 309 new cases confirmed across North Wales covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, taking the overall total up to 27,017.

Figures released by Public Health Wales reveal that as of January 19, there were 104 new confirmed cases in Wrexham and 113
confirmed in Flintshire.

Conwy saw 22 new confirmed cases, with five in Anglesey, 47 in Denbighshire, and 18 in Gwynedd.

There have been eight new suspected COVID-related deaths across Wales.

To date, the total number of people in Wales who have died after testing positive for coronavirus stands at 4,302.

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       2,834 confirmed
Testing episodes:       48,190  (41,117 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.9%

BCUHB
3,862.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       27,017 confirmed
Testing episodes:       292,816  (41,857 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 20, 2021, 05:23:51 PM
The latest data from Public Health Wales shows there have been 325 new cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area that covers North Wales - up from 309.

The number of Covid-19 deaths recorded in North Wales stands at 670
Nationwide, 44 suspected virus deaths were reported today, Wednesday, January 20, bringing the total to 4,346.

Across Wales, 1,283 new cases have been reported, taking the overall total to 183,882.

In other statistics, the number of people tested in Wales now stands at 1,448,343, while the number of people who have received the first dose of the vaccine is 175,816.              Only 370 people have so far had both jabs.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 325 new cases - total 27,342

Anglesey: 9 new cases - total 1,462
Conwy: 25 new cases - total 2,859
Denbighshire: 38 new cases - total 3,597
Flintshire: 100 new cases - total 7,568
Gwynedd: 31 new cases - total 2,313
Wrexham: 122 new cases - total 9,543

PHW
Conwy
2,439.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,859 confirmed
Testing episodes:       48,405  (41,300 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.9%

BCUHB
3,908.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       27,342 confirmed
Testing episodes:       294,354  (42,077 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 21, 2021, 04:01:44 PM
Twelve more coronavirus deaths have been reported in North Wales.

New figures from Public Health Wales show that the death toll in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area that covers North Wales has risen to 682 in the latest daily update, The nationwide death toll has risen by 46 and now stands at 4,392.

There have also been 311 new cases of the virus reported today, Thursday, January 21, in North Wales.

The number of new cases across Wales is 1,153, taking the national total since the pandemic began to 185,035.

Meanwhile, 190,435 individuals nationwide have now received the first dose of a Covid vaccine.

Just 396 people have had both doses, but policy chiefs are focusing on getting as many first doses administered as possible to provide some protection against the virus before then focusing on second doses.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 311 new cases - total 27,653

Anglesey: 19 new cases - total 1,481
Conwy: 24 new cases - total 2,883
Denbighshire: 35 new cases - total 3,632
Flintshire: 84 new cases - total 7,652
Gwynedd: 33 new cases - total 2,346
Wrexham: 116 new cases - total 9,659

PHW
Conwy
2,459.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,883 confirmed
Testing episodes:       48,589  (41,457 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.9%

BCUHB
3,952.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       27,653 confirmed
Testing episodes:       296,018  (42,315 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 22, 2021, 12:50:34 PM
OVER 280 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across our region by Public Health Wales (PHW) today.

There have now been more than 27,930 lab-confirmed cases of the virus from the combined counties that make up the North Wales region since the outbreak of the pandemic - after more incidents were confirmed in the latest figures released today.

• Anglesey – 27 (38.5 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Conwy – 21 (17.9 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Denbighshire – 43 (44.9 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Flintshire – 77 (49.3 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Gwynedd – 37 (29.7 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Wrexham – 76 (55.9 per 100,000 population as of today)

PHW
Conwy
2,477.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,904 confirmed
Testing episodes:       48,860  (41,688 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.9%

BCUHB
3,993.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       27,934 confirmed
Testing episodes:       297,732  (42,560 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 23, 2021, 12:51:06 PM
290 new cases of covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have said.

Public Health Wales announced on Saturday afternoon that 1,079 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales, in addition to a further 27 deaths.
Of the 290 new cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area, there were:

126 in Wrexham
72 in Flintshire
36 in Denbighshire
24 in Conwy
20 in Gwynedd
12 on Anglesey
The total number of suspected covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases for the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area now stands at 690.

Dr Chris Willaims, incident director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “Public Health Wales is working with Public Health England and other UK partners to monitor the impact and spread of the UK variant, and to detect and monitor other virus variants.

"As reported yesterday, there is evidence which suggests that the UK variant of concern may lead to a higher risk of death than the non-variant.  ref Pioneer

PHW
Conwy
2,498.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,928 confirmed
Testing episodes:       49,138  (41,926 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%

BCUHB
4,034.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       28,224 confirmed
Testing episodes:       299,409  (42,800 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.4%

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 24, 2021, 02:39:06 PM
MORE than 280 new cases of covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have said.

Public Health Wales announced on Sunday afternoon that 796 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales, in addition to a further 44.
Of the 286 cases reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr Universty Health Board area, there were:

119 in Flintshire
82 in Wrexham
27 in Gwynedd
27 in Denbighshire
18 in Conwy
13 on Anglesey
The total number of suspected covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr UNiversity Health Board area stands at 702.

The number of people who have received a first dose of the vaccine in Wales is 264, 528.
A total of 516 people have received a two dose course of vaccine.

PHW
Conwy
2,513.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,946 confirmed
Testing episodes:       49,339  (42,097 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%

BCUHB
4,075.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       28,510 confirmed
Testing episodes:       301,172  (43,052 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 25, 2021, 01:24:06 PM
NEARLY 200 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales, according to the latest public health data.

Regionally, the latest figures show there were a total of 194 new cases confirmed across North Wales covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, taking the overall total up to 28,704.

 70 new confirmed cases in Wrexham and 64 confirmed in Flintshire. Conwy saw eight , with 11 in Anglesey, 28 in Denbighshire, and 13 in Gwynedd.

There have been 23 new suspected COVID-related deaths across Wales.

To date, the total number of people in Wales who have died after testing positive for coronavirus stands at 4,553.

So far, 1,482,109 people have undergone coronavirus tests in Wales.

PHW
Conwy
2,520.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,954 confirmed
Testing episodes:       49,612  (42,330 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%

BCUHB
4,103.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       28,704 confirmed
Testing episodes:       302,848  (43,291 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 26, 2021, 02:47:14 PM
A further two fatalities linked to Covid-19 have been recorded in North Wales, according to Public Health Wales figures released today (January 26).
It brings the death toll for the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board to 707 since the beginning of the pandemic.

In the past 24 hours, 161 new positive tests have also been reported across the region.
Throughout Wales, the number of new cases is 570, taking the national total since the pandemic began to 189,152.

The nationwide death toll has risen by eight, and stands at 4,561.

In addition, 7,201 more tests have been carried out across the country - bringing the total to 2,365,915.

A total of 289,566 individuals nationwide have now received the first dose of a coronavirus vaccine - and 581 have received both jabs.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 161 new cases - total 28,864

Anglesey: 13 new cases - total 1,557
Conwy: 16 new cases - total 2,970
Denbighshire: 16 new cases - total 3,782
Flintshire: 52 new cases - total 8,036
Gwynedd: 10 new cases - total 2,452
Wrexham: 54 new cases - total 10,067

PHW
Conwy
2,534.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,970 confirmed
Testing episodes:       49,781  (42,474 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%

BCUHB
4,126.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       28,864 confirmed
Testing episodes:       303,982  (43,453 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats...........Local community figures
Post by: SteveH on January 27, 2021, 09:43:31 AM
The mapping feature was added to the daily update provided by health officials to present data broken down beyond the standard local authority areas, which does not show how individual communities compare.

The data is gathered using Office of National Statistics figures of middle layer super output areas (MSOAs) and present the rolling number of cases in either a seven-day or 21-day window.

Below, we took a snapshot look of the latest available seven-day period spanning from January 15 and 21. See how your area fares below…

The figures reveal that, during the latest seven-day period, the Abergele area has been recording the most new coronavirus reports with 23 cases and a rate of 211.6 cases per 100,000 people

• Abergele – 23 cases and rate of 211.6 cases per 100,000 people

• Betws-yn-Rhos, Llangernyw and Llansannan – Seven cases and rate of 100.7 cases per 100,000 people

• Colwyn Bay North – Six cases and rate of 96.7 cases per 100,000 people

• Conwy and Afon Row – Nine cases and rate of 126.1 cases per 100,000 people

• Kinmel Bay and Towyn – 16 cases and rate of 191.6 cases per 100,000 people

• Llandudno Junction North and Deganwy – 15 cases and rate of 156.0 cases per 100,000 people

• Llandudno Junction South and Llasanffraid – Three cases and rate of 40.9 cases per 100,000 people

• Llandudno South – 14 cases and rate of 199.9 cases per 100,000 people

• Llandudno Town and Gogarth – 11 cases and rate of 124.2 cases per 100,000 people

• Llanfairfechan and Penmawnmawr – 12 cases and rate of 153.8 cases per 100,000 people

• Llanrwst and Betws-y-coed – Six cases and rate of 69.8 cases per 100,000 people

• Old Colwyn and Llanddulas – Nine cases and rate of 104.0 cases per 100,000 people

• Penrhyn Bay – 11 cases and rate of 176.9 cases per 100,000 people

• Rhos-on-Sea – 11 cases and rate of 183.0 cases per 100,000 people

• Upper Colwyn Bay – 11 cases and rate of 145.0 cases per 100,000 people                                                          ref Pioneer
Title: Re: Latest Stats...........Local community figures
Post by: Blongb on January 27, 2021, 12:15:51 PM
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The mapping feature was added to the daily update provided by health officials to present data broken down beyond the standard local authority areas, which does not show how individual communities compare.

Can you put a link in to that page please Steve?
Title: Re: Latest Stats...........Local community figures
Post by: SteveH on January 27, 2021, 12:27:52 PM
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The mapping feature was added to the daily update provided by health officials to present data broken down beyond the standard local authority areas, which does not show how individual communities compare.
Can you put a link in to that page please Steve?

Here you go........... https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/19040241.conwy-communities-compare-covid-heat-map/ (https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/19040241.conwy-communities-compare-covid-heat-map/)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 27, 2021, 02:59:43 PM
OVER 130 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales, the latest data shows.

Public Health Wales figures released on Wednesday (January 27) show that between January 25 and 26, 136 new coronavirus cases were confirmed in the region.

Anglesey - 12 (Seven-day infection rate of 137.1)
Conwy - 19 (Seven-day infection rate of 127.1)
Denbighshire - 11 (Seven-day infection rate of 263.3)
Flintshire - 30 (Seven-day infection rate of 384.4)
Gwynedd - 5 (Seven-day infection rate of 141.3)
Wrexham - 59 (Seven-day infection rate of 503.1)

Sadly, a further 49 people who had tested positive for coronavirus in the last 28 days died in the period between January 25 and 26.

To date, 312,305 people in Wales have had at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccinations - roughly 10 per cent of the country's population.

PHW
Conwy
2,550.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       2,989 confirmed
Testing episodes:       49,973  (42,638 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%

BCUHB
4,145.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       29,000 confirmed
Testing episodes:       304,861  (43,579 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 28, 2021, 02:23:06 PM
Twelve more deaths linked to Covid-19 have been recorded in North Wales, according to Public Health Wales figures released on Thursday (January 28).

It takes the death toll for the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board to 729 since the beginning of the pandemic.

In the past 24 hours, 268 new positive tests have also been reported across the region, up from 136 on Tuesday.

A total of 29,268 cases have now been reported in North Wales.

Throughout Wales, the number of new cases is 705 - up from 537 in yesterday's update. It takes the national total since the pandemic began to 190,394.

The nationwide death toll has risen by 56, and stands at 4,666.

In adition, 12,007 more tests have been carried out across the country - bringing the total to 2,384,370.

A total of 336,071 individuals nationwide have now received the first dose of a coronavirus vaccine - and 674 have received both jabs, up from 639 yesterday.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 268 new cases - total 29,268

Anglesey: 15 new cases - total 1,584
Conwy: 20 new cases - total 3,009
Denbighshire: 21 new cases - total 3,814
Flintshire: 80 new cases - total 8,146
Gwynedd: 26 new cases - total 2,483
Wrexham: 106 new cases - total 10,232

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       3,009 confirmed
Testing episodes:       50,263  (42,885 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%

BCUHB
4,183.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       29,268 confirmed
Testing episodes:       306,595  (43,827 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 29, 2021, 01:50:12 PM
One more death linked to Covid-19 has been recorded in North Wales, according to Public Health Wales figures released on Friday (January 29).
It takes the death toll for the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board to 730 since the beginning of the pandemic.

In the past 24 hours, 149 new positive tests have also been reported across the region, down from 268 yesterday.

A total of 29,417 cases have now been reported in North Wales.
Throughout Wales, the number of new cases is 546 - down from 705 in yesterday's update. It takes the national total since the pandemic began to 190,940.

The nationwide death toll has risen by 29, and stands at 4,695.

In addition, 13,228 more tests have been carried out across the country - bringing the total to 2,397,597.

A total of 362,253 individuals nationwide have now received the first dose of a coronavirus vaccine - and 717 have received both jabs, up from 674 yesterday.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 149 new cases - total 29,417

Anglesey: 21 new cases - total 1,605
Conwy: 7 new cases - total 3,016
Denbighshire: 14 new cases - total 3,828
Flintshire: 33 new cases - total 8,179
Gwynedd: 15 new cases - total 2,498
Wrexham: 59 new cases - total 10,291

PHW
Conwy
2,573.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,016 confirmed
Testing episodes:       50,499  (43,087 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%

BCUHB
4,205.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       29,417 confirmed
Testing episodes:       307,928  (44,017 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 30, 2021, 03:07:43 PM
THERE have been over 700 new coronavirus cases reported in the latest daily increase, figures show.      ref Pioneer

Data released by Public Health Wales on January 30 shows that a total of 737 new covid-19 cases - of which 191 were in North Wales.

These can be broken down to nine in Anglesey, 25 in Conwy, 16 in Denbighshire, 53 in Flintshire, 12 in Gwynedd and 76 in Wrexham.

Since recording began, the counties have reported the following total number of cases:
Anglesey - 1,614
Conwy - 3,041
Denbighshire - 3,844
Flintshire - 8,232
Gwynedd - 2,510
Wrexham - 10,367

The Betsi Cadwaladr health board sadly reported a further six deaths, bringing the total to 736.

The National Picture:
Across Wales, a total of 737 new cases, bringing the total to 191,677 positive tests since recording began.
The overall seven-day case rate per 100,000 people stands at 161.
Sadly, 25 people lost their lives, meaning the Welsh death toll stands at 4,720.

PHW
Conwy
2,594.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,041 confirmed
Testing episodes:       50,796  (43,340 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%

BCUHB
4,232.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       29,608 confirmed
Testing episodes:       309,539  (44,248 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on January 31, 2021, 02:05:53 PM
HUNDREDS of new coronavirus cases have been reported across Wales, latest figures show.

Data released by Public Health Wales on January 31 shows that a total of 605 new covid-19 cases - of which 159 were in North Wales.

These can be broken down to 14 in Anglesey, eight in Conwy, 11 in Denbighshire, 66 in Flintshire, 11 in Gwynedd and 49 in Wrexham.

Since recording began, the counties have reported the following total number of cases:
Anglesey - 1,628
Conwy - 3,049
Denbighshire - 3,855
Flintshire - 8,298
Gwynedd - 2,521
Wrexham - 10,416

The Betsi Cadwaladr health board sadly reported a further three deaths, bringing the total to 739.

Across Wales, a total of 605 new cases, bringing the total to 192,282 positive tests since recording began.
The overall seven-day case rate per 100,000 people stands at 150.
Sadly, 34 people lost their lives, meaning the Welsh death toll stands at 4,754.

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       3,049 confirmed
Testing episodes:       50,988  (43,504 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%

BCUHB
4,255.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       29,767 confirmed
Testing episodes:       310,792  (44,427 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 01, 2021, 02:16:49 PM
THE latest rate of coronavirus in now 141 per 100,000 in Wales.               ref Pioneer

But in parts of North Wales - namely Flintshire and Wrexham - the rate is more than double that.

The rate is 409/100k in Flintshire and 524/100k in Wrexham.

Data released by Public Health Wales on February shows that a total of 630 new covid-19 cases were reported in the last 24-hour period - of which 181 were in North Wales.

These can be broken down to 16 in Anglesey, 19 in Conwy, 12 in Denbighshire, 59 in Flintshire, 12 in Gwynedd and 63 in Wrexham.

The Betsi Cadwaladr health board sadly reported a further two deaths, bringing the total of people who have died after testing positive for coronavirus to 741.          In Wales as a whole, 21 people died, meaning the Welsh death toll stands at 4,775..

PHW
Conwy
2,617.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,068 confirmed
Testing episodes:       51,197  (43,682 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%

BCUHB
4,281.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       29,948 confirmed
Testing episodes:       312,299  (44,642 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 02, 2021, 01:59:41 PM
OVER 180 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across our region by Public Health Wales (PHW) on Tuesday.

There have now been 19,469 lab-confirmed cases of the virus from the combined counties that make up the North Wales region since the outbreak of the pandemic - after more incidents were confirmed in the latest figures released today.
Public Health Wales confirmed that 181 of today’s 630 newly confirmed Welsh cases were from the northern region.

• Anglesey – 16 (22.8 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Conwy – 19 (16.2 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Denbighshire – 12 (12.5 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Flintshire – 59 (37.8 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Gwynedd – 12 (9.6 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Wrexham – 63 (46.3 per 100,000 population as of today)

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 741 people have sadly died since the start of the pandemic, according to PHW data.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 848 for the health board area.

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       3,100 confirmed
Testing episodes:       51,406  (43,861 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%

BCUHB
4,303.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       30,105 confirmed
Testing episodes:       313,383  (44,797 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 03, 2021, 02:39:33 PM
MORE than 130 new cases of covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have said.

Public Health Wales announced on Wednesday that there have been 455 new reports of the virus across Wales, and a further 50 deaths.

Of the 133 new cases reported across the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area, there were:

48 in Flintshire
29 in Wrexham
24 on Anglesey
18 in Denbighshire
Eight in Gwynedd
Six in Conwy
Public Health Wales also Confirmed the number of suspected Covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board stands at 756.

PHW
Conwy
2,650.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,106 confirmed
Testing episodes:       51,525  (43,962 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%

BCUHB
4,322.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       30,238 confirmed
Testing episodes:       314,342  (44,934 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 04, 2021, 03:39:19 PM
Seven more coronavirus deaths have been recorded in North Wales.
New figures from Public Health Wales show that the death toll for the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, which covers North Wales, is now 763.

Another 195 cases of Covid have also been reported across North Wales today, Thursday, February 4.
That takes the total in North Wales to 30,433 cases since the pandemic began.
Data for the whole of Wales shows 35 more suspected virus deaths have been reported - taking the national death toll to 4,867.

Another 544 cases have been reported across Wales today, taking the overall total of cases so far to 194,525.

A further 11,543 tests have been completed in Wales since yesterday, meaning that 2,461,752 tests have now been carried out nationally.

In addition, 490,570 people have now been vaccinated with their first dose across Wales, while 1,216 have had both doses.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 195 new cases - total 30,433

Anglesey: 19 new cases - total 1,700
Conwy: 29 new cases - total 3,135
Denbighshire: 18 new cases - total 3,914
Flintshire: 54 new cases - total 8,510
Gwynedd: 12 new cases - total 2,565
Wrexham: 63 new cases - total 10,609

PHW
Conwy
2,674.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,135 confirmed
Testing episodes:       51,787  (44,186 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
4,350.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       30,433 confirmed
Testing episodes:       316,010  (45,173 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 05, 2021, 03:47:31 PM
There have been seven more fatalities linked to Covid-19 recorded across North Wales, according to government data released today (February 5).

In the past 24 hours, 166 new positive tests have also been reported in the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.

Figures from  Public Health Wales show the death toll for the region now stands at 770.

And the total number of cases since the beginning of the pandemic is 30,599.

Across Wales, another 399 positive tests have been reported, taking the overall total of cases so far to 194,924.
A total of 45 new fatalities have also been recorded - making the nationwide total 4,912.

A further 7,996 tests have been completed in Wales since yesterday, meaning that 2,469,747 tests have now been carried out nationally.
In addition, 523,042 people have now been vaccinated with their first dose across Wales, while 1,635 have had both doses.

Betsi Cadwaladr:  166 new cases - total 30,599
Anglesey: 25 new cases - total 1,725
Conwy: 17 new cases - total 3,152
Denbighshire: 15 new cases - total 3,929
Flintshire: 48 new cases - total 8,558
Gwynedd: 17 new cases - total 2,582
Wrexham: 44 new cases - total 10,653

PHW
Conwy
2,689.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,152 confirmed
Testing episodes:       51,998  (44,366 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
4,374.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       30,599 confirmed
Testing episodes:       317,387  (45,370 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 06, 2021, 12:58:22 PM
OVER 150 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales, the latest data shows.        ref Pioneer

Public Health Wales figures released on Saturday (February 6) show that 152 new cases were confirmed in the region between February 4 and 5.
Infection rates in the west of the region are growing, in contrast to what's happening in north east Wales where they're falling.

Anglesey - 17 (Seven-day infection rate of 142.8
Conwy - 27 (Seven-day infection rate of 104.1)
Denbighshire - 6 (Seven-day infection rate of 103.5)
Flintshire - 41 (Seven-day infection rate of 233.8
Gwynedd - 27 (Seven-day infection rate of 66.6)
Wrexham - 34 (Seven-day infection rate of 272.1)

Sadly, a further 49 people who had tested positive for coronavirus died in Wales between February 4 and 5 - taking the country's confirmed total of suspected coronavirus-related deaths to 4,961.

Over half a million people in Wales have now received at least one dosage of the coronavirus vaccine.

“Although the data currently shows that on an all-Wales level the numbers of cases are reducing and that the incidence is now below 130 cases per 100,000 population, the rates in some areas – particularly in North Wales – are still at more than double that.

“The pressure on our hospitals is still severe, so it is extremely important that everyone sticks to the rules and stays at home as much as possible.”             
PHW
Conwy
Cases:       3,179 confirmed
Testing episodes:       52,275  (44,602 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
4,395.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       30,751 confirmed
Testing episodes:       318,942  (45,592 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 07, 2021, 12:51:07 PM
Public Health Wales figures released on Sunday (February 7) show that 145 new cases have been confirmed in the region between February 5 and 6.

Anglesey - 13 (Seven-day infection rate of 168.5)
Conwy - 21 (Seven-day infection rate of 110.1)
Denbighshire - 17 (Seven-day infection rate of 99.3)
Flintshire - 37 (Seven-day infection rate of 231.9)
Gwynedd - 17 (Seven-day infection rate of 66.6)
Wrexham - 44 (Seven-day infection rate of 247.9)

Sadly, a further 28 people who had tested positive for coronavirus died in Wales between February 5 and 6 - taking the country's confirmed total of suspected coronavirus-related deaths to 4,989.

Over half a million people in Wales have now received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine.

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       3,200 confirmed
Testing episodes:       52,554  (44,840 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
4,416.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       30,896 confirmed
Testing episodes:       320,422  (45,803 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 08, 2021, 02:54:40 PM
A further four deaths linked to Covid-19 have been recorded across North Wales, according to Government data released on Monday (February 8

In the past 24 hours, 148 new positive tests have also been reported in the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, a slight increase from the 145 additional cases in Sunday's update.

Figures from Public Health Wales show the death toll for the region now stands at 805, up from 801 yesterday. And the total number of cases since the beginning of the pandemic is 31,044.

Across Wales, another 610 positive tests have been reported, taking the overall total of cases so far to 196,670. A total of 12 new fatalities have also been recorded - making the nationwide total 5,001.

A further 11,013 tests have been completed in Wales since yesterday, meaning that 2,513,281 tests have been carried out nationally.

In addition, 603,976 people have now been vaccinated with their first dose across Wales, while 2,792 have had both doses.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 148 new cases - total 31,044

Anglesey: 16 new cases - total 1,771
Conwy: 38 new cases - total 3,238
Denbighshire: 12 new cases - total 3,960
Flintshire: 32 new cases - total 8,668
Gwynedd: 12 new cases - total 2,638
Wrexham: 38 new cases - total 10,769

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       3,238 confirmed
Testing episodes:       52,810  (45,059 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
4,437.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       31,044 confirmed
Testing episodes:       321,881  (46,012 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 09, 2021, 01:57:03 PM
People of Wales urged to stick with lockdown rules following latest release of figures

OVER 100 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across our region by Public Health Wales (PHW) on Tuesday.
There have now been almost 31,150 lab-confirmed cases of the virus from the combined counties that make up the North Wales region since the outbreak of the pandemic.

Public Health Wales confirmed that 103 of today’s 351 newly confirmed Welsh cases were from the northern region.

• Anglesey – One (1.4 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Conwy – 17 (14.5 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Denbighshire – Seven (7.3 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Flintshire – 27 (17.3 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Gwynedd – 17 (13.6 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Wrexham – 34 (25.0 per 100,000 population as of today)

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 808 people have sadly died since the start of the pandemic, according to PHW data.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 1,024 for the health board area.

The national picture:
Across Wales, another 351 COVID cases were confirmed in Tuesday’s figures, meaning that 197,021 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.

There were 10 newly reported deaths, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus sadly stands at 5,011 in Wales.

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       3,255 confirmed
Testing episodes:       53,048  (45,262 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
4,452.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       31,147 confirmed
Testing episodes:       323,024  (46,175 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 10, 2021, 02:00:18 PM
EIGHTY one new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales, according to the latest public health data.  ref Pioneer
This brings the overall total up to 31,228.

Conwy saw 14 new confirmed cases, with eight in Anglesey, three in Denbighshire, and nine in Gwynedd.
There were also 15 new confirmed cases in Wrexham and 32 confirmed in Flintshire.

There have been 21 new suspected Covid-related deaths across Wales.
To date, the total number of people in Wales who have died after testing positive for coronavirus stands at 5,032.

So far, 1,566,364 people have undergone coronavirus tests in Wales.

Dr Giri Shankar, incident director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “Although the data currently shows that on an all-Wales level the numbers of cases are reducing and that the incidence is now below 120 cases per 100,000 population, the rates in some areas – particularly in North Wales – are still at nearly double that, and there have been small increases in others.

“It is encouraging to see that the numbers of people being treated for Coronavirus in our hospitals is reducing, there are still a large number of people who are extremely ill, which means that the pressure on services is still very high.

“As a nation, we have made so many sacrifices throughout the course of the pandemic that we really don’t want to squander the gains that have been made in recent weeks."                                                                                 

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       3,269 confirmed
Testing episodes:       53,172  (45,367 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
4,464.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       31,228 confirmed
Testing episodes:       323,796  (46,286 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 11, 2021, 02:41:50 PM
Data released by Public Health Wales on February 11 show that 106 new covid cases were reported.
These can be broken down to 12 cases in Anglesey compared to 13 in Gwynedd, 14 in Denbighshire, 15 in Conwy, 25 in Flintshire and 27 in Wrexham.

Since recording began, the total number of cases per county can be broken down to:
Anglesey - 1,792
Conwy - 3,284
Denbighshire - 3,984
Flintshire - 8,752
Gwynedd - 2,677
Wrexham - 10,845

The Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board sadly reported a further six deaths, bringing the total death toll to 821.
Across Wales, a total of 410 new cases were reported.
Sadly, along with 27 deaths, bringing the death toll to 5,059.
The seven-day case rate on average for the whole of Wales now stands at 107 cases per 100,000 people.

According to the daily cumulative snapshot of vaccinations, a total of 684,097 people have received their first dose of the vaccine, with 3,795 people receiving their second dose.

This can be broken down further to:
80 years and older - 160,106
Aged 75 to 79 years - 113,283
Ages 70 to 74 years - 135,544
Care home residents - 13,988
Care home worker - 33,832
Health care worker - 117,181

PHW
CONWY
Cases:       3,284 confirmed
Testing episodes:       53,378  (45,543 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,479.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       31,334 confirmed
Testing episodes:       325,145  (46,479 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 12, 2021, 02:59:24 PM
THE North Wales health board has reported 108 new cases of covid-19 in the region.

These can be broken down to 7 cases in Denbighshire, 10 on Anglesey, 11 in Conwy, 17 in Gwynedd, 28 in Flintshire and 35 in Wrexham.

Since recording began, the total number of cases per county can be broken down to:
Anglesey - 1,802
Conwy - 3,295
Denbighshire - 3,991
Flintshire - 8,780
Gwynedd - 2,694
Wrexham - 10,880

Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board figures show that the total death toll now stands at 827.  (up 6 on yesterday)

The national picture:
Across Wales, a total of 608 new cases were reported.
Sadly, along with 25 deaths, bringing the death toll to 5,084.
The seven-day case rate on average for the whole of Wales now stands at 102 cases per 100,000 people.

Vaccine update:
According to the daily cumulative snapshot of vaccinations, a total of 715,944 people have received their first dose of the vaccine, with 4,010 people receiving their second dose.

PHW
Conwy
2,811.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,295 confirmed
Testing episodes:       53,551  (45,691 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,494.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       31,442 confirmed
Testing episodes:       326,328  (46,648 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 13, 2021, 09:37:27 AM
Latest Coronavirus cases for every district in North Wales as concerns over rates continue
Covid data shows there have been drops but the region is still higher than other parts of Wales

Conwy
Conwy & Afon Roe: Cases on Feb 12 -2; Cumulative total - 143; Average daily cases in last 7 days - 0

Rhos-on-Sea: Cases on Feb 12 - 1; Cumulative total - 155;Average daily cases in last 7 days - 0

Llanfairfechan & Penmaenmawr: Cases on Feb 12 - 0; Cumulative total - 173; Average daily cases in last 7 days - 1

Llandudno Junction South & Llasanffraid Glan Conwy: Cases on Feb 12 - 1; Cumulative total - 187; Average daily cases in last 7 days - 0

Llanrwst & Betws-y-coed: Cases on Feb 12 - 2; Cumulative total - 191; Average daily cases in last 7 days - 5

Betws-yn-Rhos, Llangernyw & Llansannan: Cases on Feb 12 - 1; Cumulative total - 196;Average daily cases in last 7 days - 0

Old Colwyn & Llanddulas: Cases on Feb 12 - 2; Cumulative total - 205; Average daily cases in last 7 days - 1

Colwyn Bay North: Cases on Feb 12 - 0; Cumulative total - 209; Average daily cases in last 7 days - 1

Penrhyn Bay: Cases on Feb 12 - 2; Cumulative total - 213; Average daily cases in last 7 days - 0

Llandudno Town & Gogarth: Cases on Feb 12 - 1; Cumulative total - 216; Average daily cases in last 7 days - 1

Llandudno South: Cases on Feb 12 - 0; Cumulative total - 233; Average daily cases in last 7 days - 2

Upper Colwyn Bay: Cases on Feb 12 - 0; Cumulative total - 248; Average daily cases in last 7 days - 1

Llandudno Junction North & Deganwy: Cases on Feb 12 - 0; Cumulative total - 269; Average daily cases in last 7 days - 1

Abergele: Cases on Feb 12 - 1; Cumulative total - 315; Average daily cases in last 7 days - 1

Kinmel Bay & Towyn: Cases on Feb 12 - 2, Cumulative total - 331, Average daily cases in last 7 days - 1

full article   https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/latest-coronavirus-cases-every-district-19823856 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/latest-coronavirus-cases-every-district-19823856)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 13, 2021, 01:53:42 PM
See above for Latest Coronavirus cases for every district in North Wales

THE North Wales health board has reported 102 new cases of Covid-19 in the region.

These can be broken down to 14 cases on Anglesey, 15 in Conwy, 10 in Denbighshire, 31 in Flintshire, 11 in Gwynedd and 21 in Wrexham.

Since recording began, the total number of cases per county are:
Anglesey - 1,816
Conwy - 3,310
Denbighshire - 4,001
Flintshire - 8,811
Gwynedd - 2,705
Wrexham - 10,901

Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board figures show that the total death toll now stands at 830 - an increase of three.

The national picture:
Across Wales, a total of 400 new cases were reported.
Sadly, along with 22 deaths, bringing the death toll to 5,106.
The seven-day case rate on average for the whole of Wales now stands at 99 cases per 100,000 people.

Vaccine update:
According to the daily cumulative snapshot of vaccinations, a total of 749,445 people have received their first dose of the vaccine, with 4,224 people receiving their second dose.

PHW
Conwy
2,824.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,310 confirmed
Testing episodes:       53,896  (45,985 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%             

BCUHB
4,509.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       31,544 confirmed
Testing episodes:       327,860  (46,867 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 14, 2021, 03:21:57 PM
A TOTAL of 108 new cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed across the region, according to figures released by Public Health Wales today (Sunday, February 14).

The cases can be broken down to 18 on Anglesey, 14 in Conwy, 8 in Denbighshire, 18 in Flintshire, 33 in Gwynedd and 17 in Wrexham.
Since recording began, the total number of cases per county now stands at:
Anglesey - 1,834
Conwy - 3,324
Denbighshire - 4,009
Flintshire - 8,829
Gwynedd - 2,738
Wrexham - 10,918

Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board figures show that the total death toll now stands at 832 – an increase of two following yesterday's update.

Nationally, a total of 394 new cases were reported. Sadly, a further 15 deaths have been reported, bringing the death toll to 5,121.

The seven-day case rate on average for the whole of Wales has dropped again from 99 yesterday to 95 cases per 100,000 people.

According to the daily cumulative snapshot of vaccinations, a total of 771,651 people have received their first dose of the vaccine, with 4,573 people receiving their second dose.            ref Pioneer

PHW
Conwy
2,836.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,324 confirmed
Testing episodes:       54,133  (46,187 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
4,524.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       31,652 confirmed
Testing episodes:       329,248  (47,065 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 15, 2021, 03:14:48 PM
MORE THAN 80 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across our region by Public Health Wales (PHW) on Monday.

There have now been almost 31,740 lab-confirmed cases of the virus from the combined counties that make up the North Wales region since the outbreak of the pandemic - after more incidents were confirmed in the latest figures released on February 15.

Public Health Wales confirmed that 85 of today’s 363 newly confirmed Welsh cases were from the northern region.

• Anglesey – 15 (21.4 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Conwy – Eight (6.8 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Denbighshire – Two (2.1 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Flintshire – 30 (19.2 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Gwynedd – 11 (8.8 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Wrexham – 19 (14.0 per 100,000 population as of today)

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 834 people have sadly died since the start of the pandemic, according to PHW data. an increase of two on yesterday

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 1,096 for the health board area.

BCUHB stats:
• Total confirmed COVID-19 cases from North Wales as of February 15 – 31,737
• New cases from today (February 15) – 103

The national picture:
Across Wales, another 363 COVID cases were confirmed in Monday’s figures, meaning that 199,518 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.

There were 16 newly reported deaths, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus sadly stands at 5,137 in Wales.

PHW
Conwy
2,842.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,332 confirmed
Testing episodes:       54,302  (46,332 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
4,536.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       31,737 confirmed
Testing episodes:       330,174  (47,197 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 16, 2021, 10:15:23 AM
Figures show Covid cases drop in nearly 95 per of the UK but increase in Conwy

https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/19092977.figures-show-covid-cases-drop-nearly-95-per-uk-increase-conwy/ (https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/19092977.figures-show-covid-cases-drop-nearly-95-per-uk-increase-conwy/)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH 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%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH 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%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH 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%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH 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%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH 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
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH 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%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH 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%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH 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%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH 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%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 24, 2021, 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%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 25, 2021, 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%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 26, 2021, 02:53:22 PM
Another 71 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Wales today, while another three people have sadly died after contracting Covid-19.

Figures from Public Health Wales released on Friday (February 26) show that the number of people who have died in North Wales hospitals now stands at 872, an increase of three compared to yesterday's figures.

A total of 32,680 cases of coroanvirus have been reported in the region covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board since the start of the pandemic. The health board is the largest in Wales, accounting for 22% of the country's population.

There were 308 new cases recorded across the whole of Wales today, bringing the total confirmed number of cases to 203,180.

Wales' infection rate now stands at 75.2 cases per 100,000, based on figures from the seven days ending February 21. it is down from a rate of 75.4 reported yesterday.

Anglesey's infection rate continued to rise over the last few days and now stands at 108.5 cases per 100,000 people. On Thursday the recorded rate stood at 101.4.

Anglesey now has the highest infection rate in Wales.

Conwy has the second highest rate in North Wales at 94.7 while the lowest rate is found in Wexham, at 67.7.

Across the whole of Wales 5,300 people have now died as a result of the virus, following a further 16 deaths being recorded over the last 24 hours.

A further 13,878 tests have been completed in Wales since yesterday, meaning that 2,697,076 tests have been carried out nationally.

The latest data also shows that 902,334 people have now received a first dose of the coronavirus vaccine. Meanwhile, 80,062 people have now received both doses of the vaccine.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 71 new cases - total 32,680

Anglesey: Three new cases - total 1,945
Conwy: 14 new cases - total 3,503
Denbighshire: Three new cases - total 4,127
Flintshire: 20 new cases - total 9,092
Gwynedd: 23 new cases - total 2,920
Wrexham: Eight new cases - total 11,093

PHW
Conwy
2,988.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,503 confirmed
Testing episodes:       56,568  (48,265 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,671.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       32,680 confirmed
Testing episodes:       342,727  (48,992 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 27, 2021, 09:44:53 AM
47 North Wales districts without a single Covid-19 case last week, latest figures show
Rates are falling across Wales but the virus is proving hard to budge in some counties

cont   https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/latest-covid-19-figures-every-19926269 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/latest-covid-19-figures-every-19926269)

Conwy
Old Colwyn & Llanddulas: Cases on Feb 26 - 3; Cumulative total - 217; Seven-day average - 1
Abergele: Cases on Feb 26 - 2; Cumulative total - 326; Seven-day average - 0
Conwy & Afon Roe: Cases on Feb 26 - 1; Cumulative total - 152; Seven-day average - 0
Betws-yn-Rhos, Llangernyw & Llansannan: Cases on Feb 26 - 0; Cumulative total - 203; Seven-day average - 0
Penrhyn Bay: Cases on Feb 26 - 1; Cumulative total - 223; Seven-day average - 1
Rhos-on-Sea: Cases on Feb 26 - 0; Cumulative total - 163; Seven-day average - 1
Llanfairfechan & Penmaenmawr: Cases on Feb 26 - 2; Cumulative total - 198; Seven-day average - 2
Llandudno Junction North & Deganwy: Cases on Feb 26 - 0; Cumulative total - 286; Seven-day average - 1
Colwyn Bay North: Cases on Feb 26 - 1; Cumulative total - 223; Seven-day average - 0
Llandudno South: Cases on Feb 26 - 1; Cumulative total - 257; Seven-day average - 0
Kinmel Bay & Towyn: Cases on Feb 26 - 2; Cumulative total - 351; Seven-day average - 1
Llandudno Junction South & Glan Conwy: Cases on Feb 26 - 1; Cumulative total - 202; Seven-day average - 0

                                                        Clear in past week
Llanrwst & Betws-y-Coed: Cases on Feb 26 - 0; Cumulative total - 210; Seven-day average - 0
Betws-yn-Rhos, Llangernyw & Llansannan: Cases on Feb 26 - 0; Cumulative total - 203; Seven-day average - 0
Llandudno Town & Gogarth: Cases on Feb 26 - 0; Cumulative total - 236; Seven-day average - 0
Upper Colwyn Bay: Cases on Feb 26 - 0; Cumulative total - 256; Seven-day average - 0
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 27, 2021, 02:18:45 PM
Daily Wales figures show "encouraging" signs but come with warning not to let our guard down yet

ALMOST 70 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across our region by Public Health Wales (PHW) on Monday.

Public Health Wales confirmed that 69 of today’s 198 newly confirmed Welsh cases were from the northern region.

• Anglesey – Six (8.6 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Conwy – 12 (10.2 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Denbighshire – Eight (8.4 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Flintshire – 16 (10.2 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Gwynedd – 13 (10.4 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Wrexham – 14 (10.3 per 100,000 population as of today)

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 875 people have sadly died since the start of the pandemic, according to PHW data.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 1,230 for the health board area.

• Total confirmed COVID-19 cases from North Wales as of February 27 – 32,749
• New cases from today (February 27) – 69

Across Wales, another 198 COVID cases were confirmed in Saturday’s figures, meaning that 203,378 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.

There were 16 newly reported deaths, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus sadly stands at 5,316 in Wales.

2,999.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

PHW
Conwy
Cases:       3,515 confirmed
Testing episodes:       56,795  (48,459 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,681.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       32,749 confirmed
Testing episodes:       343,841  (49,151 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on February 28, 2021, 02:38:53 PM
ALMOST 75 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across our region by Public Health Wales (PHW) on Monday.

There have now been more than 32,820 lab-confirmed cases of the virus from the combined counties that make up the North Wales region since the outbreak of the pandemic - after more incidents were confirmed in the latest figures released on February 28.

Public Health Wales confirmed that 74 of today’s 247 newly confirmed Welsh cases were from the northern region.

• Anglesey – Eight (11.4 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Conwy – 20 (17.1 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Denbighshire – Five (5.2 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Flintshire – 10 (6.4 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Gwynedd – 21 (16.9 per 100,000 population as of today)
• Wrexham – 10 (7.4 per 100,000 population as of today)

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 877 people have sadly died since the start of the pandemic, according to PHW data.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 1,230 for the health board area.

• Total confirmed COVID-19 cases from North Wales as of February 27 – 32,823
• New cases from today (February 27) – 69

Across Wales, another 247 COVID cases were confirmed in Sunday’s figures, meaning that 203,625 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.

There were 24 newly reported deaths, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus sadly stands at 5,340 in Wales.

PHW
Conwy
3,016.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,535 confirmed
Testing episodes:       56,976  (48,613 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,692.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       32,823 confirmed
Testing episodes:       344,836  (49,293 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 01, 2021, 03:56:56 PM
Three more hospital deaths linked to coronavirus have been reported in North Wales.

The latest data from Public Health Wales shows that the death toll from the virus in the region covered by the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board is now 880.
The deaths were the only ones reported across Wales in the latest daily update, and the national death toll now stands at 5,343.

The news comes as statistics released today, Monday, March 1 also show that 78 more cases have been reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area that covers North Wales.

It brings the total number of cases since the pandemic arrived in Wales just over a year ago to 32,901.

The new data shows that Conwy has reported the most new cases with 22.

A month ago on February 1, 181 cases were reported in North Wales along with two deaths.
Today across all of Wales, 193 new cases were reported, taking the overall national total to 203,818.

A further 8,600 tests have been carried out in the last 24 hours, taking the total number of tests to 2,721,811.

In addition, a total of 925,669 people have now had a first dose of the vaccine, while the number of people who have had both doses now stands at 103,819.

Betsi Cadwaladr: 78 new cases - total 32,901

Anglesey: 9 new cases - total 1,968
Conwy: 22 new cases[ - total 3,557
Denbighshire: 8 new cases - total 4,148
Flintshire: 8 new cases - total 9,126
Gwynedd: 20 new cases - total 2,974
Wrexham: 11 new cases - total 11,128

Cases:       3,557 confirmed
Testing episodes:       57,178  (48,785 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,703.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       32,901 confirmed
Testing episodes:       345,849  (49,438 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 02, 2021, 02:00:15 PM
Figures released by Public Health Wales reveal that as of March 2, there were a total of 31 new cases confirmed across the region covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.

This can be broken down to 10 cases in Wrexham, nine in Flintshire, one in Conwy, three in Anglesey, five in Gwynedd, and three in Denbighshire.

These figures take the total overall number of confirmed cases in the region to date to 32,932.

There has been one new suspected COVID-related death across Wales.

To date, the total number of people in Wales who have died after testing positive for coronavirus stands at 5,344.

So far, 1,662,085 people have undergone coronavirus tests in Wales.

PHW
Conwy
3,035.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,558 confirmed
Testing episodes:       57,304  (48,893 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,707.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       32,932 confirmed
Testing episodes:       346,370  (49,513 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 03, 2021, 01:41:56 PM
THERE were more than 60 new coronavirus cases newly confirmed in North Wales, according to the latest public health data.

The 63 cases in the Betsi Cadwalader Health Board area can be broken down to: six in Anglesey, 10 in Conwy, eight in Denbighshire, 13 in Flintshire, nine in Gwynedd, and 17 in Wrexham..

The seven-day rate is now 57 per 100,000 members of the population in Wales.

There are only a small number of areas in Wales with rates higher than 80/100k, but two of these are in North Wales. Gwynedd's rate is 92.3/100k while Conwy's is 87.9/100k.

The rates in Flintshire and Wrexham have fallen in recent weeks, and are currently 67.3/100k in Flintshire and 64/100k in Wrexham. The rate in Denbighshire is 52.2/100k.

There were 208 new cases confirmed in Wales as a whole, meaning that there have now been 204,196 positive results from the 1,665,909 individuals tested.

Sadly there have been 12 new coronavirus suspected deaths reported in Wales     https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/19132231.number-new-coronavirus-cases-wrexham-flintshire-rate-wales-continues-fall/ (https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/19132231.number-new-coronavirus-cases-wrexham-flintshire-rate-wales-continues-fall/)

PHW
Conwy
3,044.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,568 confirmed
Testing episodes:       57,462  (49,028 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,716.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       32,995 confirmed
Testing episodes:       347,154  (49,625 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 04, 2021, 02:15:15 PM
CORONAVIRUS cases across North Wales continue to decline, latest figures show.
Data released by Public Health Wales on March 4 shows that a total of 83 new Covid cases were reported in the North.

This can be broken down to six in Anglesey, six in Conwy, 11 in Denbighshire, 24 in Flintshire, 11 in Gwynedd and 25 in Wrexham.
The Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board sadly reported a further six deaths, bringing the total to 887.

The rolling seven day cases from February 21 to 27 shows Gwynedd as having the highest number of cases per 100,000 people.
Denbighshire: 46 per 100,000
Wrexham: 63.3 per 100,000
Anglesey: 65.7 per 100,000
Flintshire: 59.6 per 100,000
Conwy: 89.6 per 100,000
Gwynedd: 94.7 per 100,000

The national picture:
Across Wales, a total of 267 cases were reported across the country.
Sadly, a further 13 people lost their lives, bringing the total death toll to 5,366.
The average seven-day rate has fallen to 53 cases per 100,000 people.

Data released by Public Health Wales on March 4 shows that a total of 951,540 people have received their first dose of the vaccine and 139,445 received their second dose.

These first doses can be broken down further to the following groups:
80 years and older: 165,883
Aged 75 to 79 years: 125,950
Aged 70 to 74 years: 171,999
Aged 65-69 years: 149,008
Clinical Risk groups aged 16 to 64 years: 56,624
Aged 60-64 years: 64,779
Aged 55 to 59 years: 53,281
Aged 50 to 54 years: 45,897
Care home residents: 14,570
Care home worker: 33,310
Health care worker: 128,087
Clinically extremely vulnerable: 70,485

Weekly inpatients in all hospital wards in Betsi Cadwaladr at week ending 2/28/2021
The number of confirmed case inpatients stood at 151.
Confirmed case inpatients is an inpatient with a positive test taken within 28 days prior to week ending date specified.

PHW stats unavailable at time of posting
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 05, 2021, 02:59:33 PM
Another 85 cases of coronavirus have been reported across North Wales as of Friday (March 5) - with six more deaths recorded over the last 48 hours.

It takes the total of deaths across the region to 887 - up from 881 on Wednesday.

Technical problems with the Tableau dashboard used by Public Health Wales meant a breakdown of deaths for health boards across Wales was not available on Thursday afternoon.
This means it is not known if the new deaths were added to the total today or yesterday.

Meanwhile two parts of the region continue to have the highest coronavirus infection rates in the whole of Wales.
Gwynedd is the local authority with the overall highest seven-day rate of 89.1 per 100,000, down from 94.7 on Thursday.
Conwy is second with a seven-day rate of 83.6 cases per 100,000, down from 89.6.

Twelve more people have died with coronavirus in Wales, while 230 new positive cases have been identified.
Nationally, there have now been 5,378 deaths since the start of the pandemic.

The infection rate across Wales is now 50.9 cases per 100,000 of population based on the seven days up to February 28, a fall from the figure of 53.1 reported on Thursday.

Another 12,362 tests were carried out across Wales in the last 24 hours, up from 11,728 yesterday.

The total number of people who have received a first dose of Covid-19 vaccine is now 967,042, with 154,819 receiving a two-dose course.

Of the 85 new cases reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area, there were:
-18 in Gwynedd
-17 in Flintshire
-15 on Anglesey
-14 in Conwy
-14 in Wrexham
-7 in Denbighshire

BCUHB 7-day infection rates across North Wales (as of Friday's update)
Conwy: 83.6 (Down from 89.6)
Anglesey: 61.4 (Down from 65.7)
Gwynedd: 89.1 (Down from 94.7)
Denbighshire: 48.1 (Up from 46)
Flintshire: 59.6 (no change)
Wrexham: 64.7 (Up from 63.3)

PHW
Conwy
3,061.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,588 confirmed
Testing episodes:       57,921  (49,419 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,740.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       33,162 confirmed
Testing episodes:       349,452  (49,953 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 06, 2021, 10:18:19 AM
The 50 districts in North and Mid Wales where Covid is still spreading - and six with R rates of zero
Latest data shows that Gwynedd was the only county in North Wales with a week-on-week rise in Covid rates - but there were pockets of concern across the region

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/50-districts-north-mid-wales-19979003 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/50-districts-north-mid-wales-19979003)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 06, 2021, 03:03:08 PM
THE latest covid-19 case data for North Wales has been released.
Public Health Wales announced on Saturday that 195 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales, in addition to a further seven deaths.

Of the new cases, 70 were reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area.

There were:
-14 in Conwy
-14 in Gwynedd
-14 in Flintshire
-13 in Wrexham
-9 in Denbighshire
-6 on Anglesey

Public Health Wales confirmed the total number of suspected covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area now stands at 890.  up from 881 on Wednesday.

PHW
Conwy
3,073.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,602 confirmed
Testing episodes:       58,108  (49,579 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,750.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       33,231 confirmed
Testing episodes:       350,473  (50,099 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 07, 2021, 02:07:59 PM
 56 new cases of covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have said.

Public Health Wales announced on Sunday that 152 new cases of the virus have been announced across Wales, in addition to a further 18 deaths.

14 in Gwynedd
11 in Conwy
10 in Wrexham
9 in Flintshire
6 in Denbighshire
6 on Anglesey
Public Health Wales also confirmed the total number of suspected covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area now stands at 901. up from 890 yesterday


Dr Giri Shankar, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “The weekly incidence of COVID-19 infections is now below 50 cases per 100,000 population in more than half of the local authorities in Wales, with the overall rate at 46.4 cases per 100,000.

“This does vary between local authority areas and therefore we remind the public that Level 4 restrictions are still in place.

"This weekend you should stay at home, work from home if you can, wear a face covering where required, wash your hands regularly and stay two metres from anyone you do not live with.

PHW
Conwy
3,082.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,613 confirmed
Testing episodes:       58,309  (49,750 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,758.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       33,287 confirmed
Testing episodes:       351,626  (50,264 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats....................'Encouraging' news
Post by: SteveH on March 08, 2021, 02:00:02 PM
'Encouraging' signs as Wales reports first day with zero COVID-19 deaths since early September

OVER FIFTY new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across North Wales by health officials on Monday.

There have now been almost 33,340 lab-confirmed cases of the virus identified from the combined counties since the outbreak of the pandemic - after more cases were confirmed by Public Health Wales (PHW) in the latest figures released on March 8.

PHW confirmed that 52 of the latest 164 Welsh cases (31 per cent) came from the northern region.
• Anglesey – Five (7.1 per 100,000 population)
• Conwy – 10 (8.5 per 100,000 population)
• Denbighshire – Two (2.1 per 100,000 population)
• Flintshire – 10 (6.4 per 100,000 population)
• Gwynedd – 12 (9.6 per 100,000 population)
• Wrexham – 13 (9.6 per 100,000 population)

BCUHB stats:
• Total confirmed COVID-19 cases from North Wales as of March 8 – 33,339

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 901 people have sadly died since the start of the pandemic, according to PHW data.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 1,280 for the health board area.

The national picture:
Across Wales, another 164 COVID cases were confirmed in the latest figures, meaning that 205,202 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.

Monday saw no newly reported deaths, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus remains at 5,403 in Wales.

PHW
Conwy
3,091.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,623 confirmed
Testing episodes:       58,536  (49,944 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,765.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       33,339 confirmed
Testing episodes:       352,767  (50,427 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 09, 2021, 01:17:33 PM
OVER 55 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales, according to the latest public health data.

Figures released by Public Health Wales reveal that as of March 9, there were a total of 59 new cases confirmed across the region covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.

This can be broken down to five cases in Wrexham, eight in Flintshire,    23 in Conwy ! !   eight in Anglesey, nine in Gwynedd, and six in Denbighshire.

These figures take the total overall number of confirmed cases in the region to date to 33,398.

There have been three new suspected COVID-related death across Wales.

To date, the total number of people in Wales who have died after testing positive for coronavirus stands at 5,406.

So far, 1,693,153 people have undergone coronavirus tests in Wales.

PHW
Conwy
3,110.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,646 confirmed
Testing episodes:       58,689  (50,075 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,774.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       33,398 confirmed
Testing episodes:       353,483  (50,529 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats.................Llandudno/Conwy update
Post by: SteveH on March 10, 2021, 10:22:03 AM
It was surprising yesterday to see Conwy's figures so high, that I marked them red, (above) today's DP story explains the high numbers....

Seventeen Covid-19 infections have been registered at a boarding school near Llandudno.

The outbreak was confirmed by Conwy county council on Tuesday afternoon as being centred on a private boarding school, St David's College, off Wormhout Way.

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/17-test-positive-coronavirus-top-20024848?IYA-reg=49560bcd-5a9c-47f0-8fc5-ba2e71710589 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/17-test-positive-coronavirus-top-20024848?IYA-reg=49560bcd-5a9c-47f0-8fc5-ba2e71710589)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 10, 2021, 02:23:44 PM
North Wales Covid latest as people reminded to stick to the guidance
'You should stay at home, work from home if you can, wear a face covering where required, wash your hands regularly and stay two metres from anyone you do not live with'

Another 74 cases of coronavirus have been reported across North Wales as of March 10, with two new deaths in the last 24 hours.
This means the total number of deaths across the region stands at 903.

There have been six new deaths relating to Covid across Wales in the last 24 hours and 225 new positive cases have been identified.
Nationally, there have been 5,412 deaths since the start of the pandemic.

The infection rate across Wales is now 41.9 cases per 100,000 of population based on the seven days up to March 5.

Another 7,635 tests were carried out across Wales in the last 24 hours.

The total number of people who have received a first dose of Covid-19 vaccine is now 1,019,210, with 206,394 receiving a two-dose course.

7-day infection rates across North Wales (as of Wednesday's update)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Anglesey: 71.4 (Down from 78.5)
Conwy: 62.3 (Up from 61.4)
Denbighshire: 49.1 (Down from 57.5)
Flintshire: 61.5 (Up from 57.0)
Gwynedd: 67.4 (Down from 71.5)
Wrexham: 72.1 (Up from 67.7)

Here is the latest full list of coronavirus cases reported across North Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 74 new cases - total 33,472

Anglesey : 14 new cases - total 2,036
Conwy: 10 new cases - total 3,656
Denbighshire: 5 new cases - total 4,205
Flintshire: 22 new cases - total 9,252
Gwynedd: 13 new cases - total 3,079
Wrexham: 10 new cases - total 11,244

PHW
Conwy
3,119.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,656 confirmed
Testing episodes:       58,835  (50,199 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,784.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       33,472 confirmed
Testing episodes:       354,395  (50,660 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 11, 2021, 01:57:53 PM
Another 56 cases of coronavirus have been reported across North Wales as of March 11, with three new deaths in the last 24 hours.
This means the total number of deaths across the region stands at 906.

Betsi Cadwaladr has now recorded 33,528 Covid cases in total. Of the new cases, Flintshire reported the largest increase, with 21 new cases.
Conwy now has the second highest infection rate in all of Wales with 75.9 cases per 100,000 based on the seven days up to March 6.
Wrexham has the third highest rate in the country - 73.6 cases per 100,000.

There have been 12 new deaths relating to Covid across Wales in the last 24 hours and 195 new positive cases have been identified.
Nationally, there have been 5,424 deaths since the start of the pandemic.
The infection rate across Wales is now 42.8 cases per 100,000 of population based on the seven days up to March 6.
Another 12,311 tests were carried out across Wales in the last 24 hours.

The total number of people who have received a first dose of Covid-19 vaccine is now 1,034,141, with 221,902 receiving a two-dose course.

7-day infection rates across North Wales (as of Thursday's update)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Anglesey: 68.5 (Down from 71.4)
Conwy: 75.9 (Up from 62.3)  ( probably due to school story above )
Denbighshire: 50.2 (Up from 49.1)
Flintshire: 61.5 (same)
Gwynedd: 66.6 (Down from 67.4)
Wrexham: 73.6 (Up from 72.1)

Here is the latest full list of coronavirus cases reported across North Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 56 new cases - total 33,528

Anglesey : 9 new cases - total 2,045
Conwy: 8 new cases - total 3,664
Denbighshire: 2 new cases - total 4,207
Flintshire: 21 new cases - total 9,273
Gwynedd: 8 new cases - total 3,087
Wrexham: 8 new cases - total 11,252

PHW
Conwy
3,126.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,664 confirmed
Testing episodes:       59,037  (50,372 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,792.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       33,528 confirmed
Testing episodes:       355,684  (50,844 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 12, 2021, 02:24:55 PM
Another 64 cases of coronavirus have been reported across North Wales today (March 12), according to the latest statistics.

The newly discovered cases mean that since the start of the pandemic Betsi Cadwaladr has suffered from a total of 33,592 cases.

Conwy has the third-highest rate at 68.3.
However, every area within Betsi Cadwaldr has a higher infection than the national average of 41.1.

At the same time as the number of cases was reported, Public Health Wales also revealed that one more person had died from the virus in North Wales it brings the total number of coronavirus-related deaths to 907 in the region.

There have been 12 new deaths relating to Covid across Wales in the last 24 hours and 195 new positive cases have been identified.
Nationally, there have been 5,436 deaths since the start of the pandemic.

Seven-day infection rates across North Wales (as of Friday's update)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Anglesey: 77.1 (Up from 68.5)
Conwy: 68.3 (Down from 75.9)
Denbighshire: 43.9 (Down from 50.2)
Flintshire: 57.0 (Down from 61.5)
Gwynedd: 65.0 (Down from 66.6)
Wrexham: 66.2 (Down from 73.6)

Here is the latest full list of coronavirus cases reported across North Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 64 new cases - total 33,592

Anglesey : 13 new cases - total 2,045
Conwy: 11 new cases - total 3,664
Denbighshire: Nine new cases - total 4,207
Flintshire: 11 new cases - total 9,273
Gwynedd: 12 new cases - total 3,087
Wrexham: Eight new cases - total 11,252

PHW
Conwy
3,135.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,675 confirmed
Testing episodes:       59,241  (50,546 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,801.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       33,592 confirmed
Testing episodes:       356,848  (51,010 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 13, 2021, 01:53:05 PM
Data released by Public Health Wales on March 13 shows that a total of 50 new positive cases were reported in North Wales.

These can be broken down to nine in Anglesey, eight in Conwy, four in Denbighshire, 14 in Flintshire, 10 in Gwynedd and five in Wrexham.

A further two people have sadly lost their lives in the Betsi Cadwaladr region, bringing the total Covid-related death toll to 909.

Nationally
A total of 210 new covid cases were reported across the country.
Sadly, a further six people lost their lives, bringing the total death toll to 5,442.

The seven day case rate for the country average sits at 42.

PHW
Conwy
3,142.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,683 confirmed
Testing episodes:       59,496  (50,763 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,809.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       33,642 confirmed
Testing episodes:       357,898  (51,161 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 14, 2021, 09:33:58 AM
Covid-19 cases by district across North Wales
Figures supplied by Portal COVID-19 Cymru using Public Health Wales data.

Conwy
Kinmel Bay & Towyn: Cases on Mar 13 - 1; Weekly daily average - 1; Cumulative total - 373
Abergele: Cases on Mar 13 - 1; Weekly daily average - 0; Cumulative total - 336
Llandudno Junction North & Deganwy: Cases on Mar 13 - 0; Weekly daily average - 0; Cumulative total - 291
Llandudno South: Cases on Mar 13 - 2; Weekly daily average - 0; Cumulative total - 268
Upper Colwyn Bay: Cases on Mar 13 - 1; Weekly daily average - 0; Cumulative total - 267
Penrhyn Bay: Cases on Mar 13 - 0; Weekly daily average - 4; Cumulative total - 259
Llandudno Town & Gogarth: Cases on Mar 13 - 1; Weekly daily average - 0; Cumulative total - 242
Llanfairfechan & Penmaenmawr: Cases on Mar 13 - 0; Weekly daily average - 1; Cumulative total - 231
Colwyn Bay North: Cases on Mar 13 - 0; Weekly daily average - 0; Cumulative total - 225
Old Colwyn & Llanddulas: Cases on Mar 13 - 0; Weekly daily average - 0; Cumulative total - 223
Llanrwst & Betws-y-Coed: Cases on Mar 13 - 1; Weekly daily average - 0; Cumulative total - 215
Llandudno Junction South & Glan Conwy: Cases on Mar 13 - 0; Weekly daily average - 0; Cumulative total - 208
Betws-yn-Rhos, Llangernyw & Llansannan: Cases on Mar 13 - 0; Weekly daily average - 0; Cumulative total - 207
Conwy & Afon Roe: Cases on Mar 13 - 1; Weekly daily average - 0; Cumulative total - 170
Rhos-on-Sea: Cases on Mar 13 - 0; Weekly daily average - 0; Cumulative total - 168
County cumulative total: 3,683 cases.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 14, 2021, 04:31:20 PM
CORONAVIRUS cases have risen in some North Wales counties, latest figures show.

Data released by Public Health Wales on March 14 shows that a total of 72 new positive cases were reported in North Wales.

These can be broken down to 19 in Anglesey, 15 in Conwy, seven in Denbighshire, 15 in Flintshire, 13 in Gwynedd and three in Wrexham.

A further one person has sadly lost their lives in the Betsi Cadwaladr region, bringing the total Covid-related death toll to 910.

Nationally
A total of 217 new covid cases were reported across the country.
Sadly, a further 10 people lost their lives, bringing the total death toll to 5,452.

The seven day case rate for the country average sits at 39.

PHW
Conwy
3,155.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,698 confirmed
Testing episodes:       59,741  (50,972 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,819.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       33,714 confirmed
Testing episodes:       359,126  (51,336 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 15, 2021, 01:11:57 PM
The UK's coronavirus death toll has risen by 52 - bringing the total number of fatalities overall in the UK to 125,516 deaths within 28 days of a positive test................The figure is the lowest daily increase since October.

The Department of Health says there has now been a total of 4,258,438 lab-confirmed cases as of Sunday, March 14, after 4,618 more people tested positive for Covid-19.

More than 99 million tests have now been carried out.
In Wales, 206,405 people have now tested positive for the virus, with 217 new cases reported on Sunday.

The death toll in North Wales is now 910, while suspected Covid-19 fatalities across Wales now stands at 5,452 following the confirmation on Sunday of ten more deaths.

The seven-day infection rate across Wales is now 39.3 per 100,000 of the population based on the seven days up to March 9, a drop from the figure of 42 reported on Saturday.
The test positivity rate is now at 3.9%.

Wales has administered another 29,169 first doses of a Covid-19 vaccine and another 7,372 second doses.

The data show that 1,113,498 people have now received the first dose and a further 257,452 have had both jabs.

Here is the full list of coronavirus cases across Wales as reported on March 14th
Betsi Cadwaladr: 72 new cases - total 33,714

Anglesey: 19 new cases - total 2,086 (Seven-day infection rate of 84.2 per 100,000)
Conwy: 15 new cases - total 3,698 (Seven-day infection rate of 73.4 per 100,000)
Denbighshire: 7 new cases - total 4,227 (Seven-day infection rate of 38.7 per 100,000)
Flintshire: 15 new cases - total 9,313 (Seven-day infection rate of 60.2 per 100,000)
Gwynedd: 13 new cases - total 3,122 (Seven-day infection rate of 66.6 per 100,000)
Wrexham: 3 new cases - total 11,268 (Seven-day infection rate of 50.8 per 100,000)

PHW
Conwy
3,168.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,714 confirmed
Testing episodes:       60,011  (51,203 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,829.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       33,784 confirmed
Testing episodes:       360,273  (51,500 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 16, 2021, 01:43:08 PM
Another 42 cases of coronavirus have been reported across North Wales today (March 16), according to the latest statistics.

The newly-discovered cases mean that since the start of the pandemic Betsi Cadwaladr has suffered from a total of 33,826 cases.

At the same time as the number of cases was reported, Public Health Wales also revealed no further deaths from the virus have been recorded in North Wales, meaning the total number of coronavirus-related deaths remains at 910 in the region.

There have been one new death relating to Covid-19 recorded across Wales in the last 24 hours and 142 new positive cases have been identified.
Nationally, there have been 5,455 deaths since the start of the pandemic.

Seven-day infection rates across North Wales (as of Tuesday's update)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
Anglesey: 98.5 (Up from 92.8
Conwy: 75.1 (Up from 70)
Denbighshire: 33.4 (Down from 36.6)
Flintshire: 62.1 (same)
Gwynedd: 61.8 (Up from 58.6)
Wrexham: 39.7 (Down from 44.9)


Betsi Cadwaladr: 42 new cases - total 33,826
Anglesey : 11 new cases - total 2,112
Conwy: 4 new cases - total 3,718
Denbighshire: 0 new cases - total 4,232
Flintshire: 15 new cases - total 9,347
Gwynedd: 7 new cases - total 3,138
Wrexham: 5 new cases - total 11,279

PHW Summary
Conwy
3,172.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,718 confirmed
Testing episodes:       60,117  (51,293 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,835.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       33,826 confirmed
Testing episodes:       360,951  (51,597 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 17, 2021, 03:20:33 PM
Four more coronavirus deaths have also been reported at hospitals in North Wales today.
In addition, 51 new cases have been reported here.

Overall, North Wales has now reported 33,877 cases since the pandemic began.

Across Wales, eight more deaths have been reported today, along with 145 new cases.
Yesterday there were 142 cases along with one death reported across the country.
There have now been 5,463 deaths in Wales linked to the virus since the start of the pandemic.

Seven-day infection rates across North Wales (as of Wednesday's update)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
Anglesey: 112.8 (Up from 98.5)
Conwy: 81.9 (Up from 75.1)
Denbighshire: 36.6 (Up from 33.4)
Flintshire: 66.0 (Up from 62.1)
Gwynedd: 61.8 (Same)
Wrexham: 33.1 (Down from 39.7)

Here is the latest full list of coronavirus cases reported across North Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 51 new cases - total 33,877
Anglesey : 5 new cases - total 2,117
Conwy: 10 new cases - total 3,728
Denbighshire: 6 new cases - total 4,238
Flintshire: 10 new cases - total 9,357
Gwynedd: 7 new cases - total 3,145
Wrexham: 13 new cases - total 11,292

PHW summary
Conwy
3,180.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,728 confirmed
Testing episodes:       60,216  (51,378 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,842.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       33,877 confirmed
Testing episodes:       361,697  (51,704 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 18, 2021, 02:59:33 PM
There have now been almost 33,981 lab-confirmed cases of the virus identified from the combined counties since the outbreak of the pandemic - after more incidents were confirmed by Public Health Wales (PHW) in the latest figures released on March 18.

PHW confirmed that 104 of the latest 297 Welsh cases came from the northern region.

They can be broken down as such:
• Anglesey – 11 (15.7 per 100,000 population)
• Conwy – 15 (12.8 per 100,000 population)
• Denbighshire – Six (6.3 per 100,000 population)
• Flintshire – 36 (23.1 per 100,000 population)
• Gwynedd – 16 (12.8 per 100,000 population)
• Wrexham – 20 (14.7 per 100,000 population)

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 914 people have sadly died since the start of the pandemic, according to PHW data, but there was no daily increase.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 1,307 for the health board area.

The national picture:
Across Wales, another 297 COVID cases were confirmed in the latest figures, meaning that 207.237 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.
There were four newly reported deaths, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus sadly stands at 5,467 in Wales.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,193.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,743 confirmed
Testing episodes:       60,464  (51,589 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

4,857.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       33,981 confirmed
Testing episodes:       363,411  (51,949 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 19, 2021, 03:28:33 PM
MORE than 50 new cases of covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have said.

Public Health Wales announced on Friday afternoon that 201 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales, in addition to a further nine deaths.

A total of 56 cases were reported across the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area.

13 in Flintshire
12 on Anglesey
11 in Conwy
8 in Wrexham
8 in Gwynedd
4 in Denbighshire
The number of suspected covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area now stands at 920.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,203.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,754 confirmed
Testing episodes:       60,690  (51,782 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,865.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,037 confirmed
Testing episodes:       364,663  (52,128 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.3%  down
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 20, 2021, 02:23:46 PM
NEARLY 60 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales, the latest data shows,

Public Health Wales figures released on Saturday (March 20) show that 58 new cases have been confirmed in the region in the 24-hour period between March 18 and 19.

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

Anglesey - 10 (Seven-day infection rate of 114.2)
Conwy - 8 (Seven-day infection rate of 63.1)
Denbighshire - 3 (Seven-day infection rate of 35.5)
Flintshire - 25 (Seven-day infection rate of 66.6)
Gwynedd - 7 (Seven-day infection rate of 51.4)
Wrexham - 5 (Seven-day infection rate of 36.0 
Wales' national seven-day infection rate currently stands at 42 per 100,000 population.

Sadly, a further six people who had tested positive for coronavirus in the last 28 days died in Wales between March 18 and 19.
This takes Wales' total number of suspected coronavirus-related deaths to 5,482.

About 10 per cent of Wales' population have now received both doses of the coronavirus vaccine, with over 1.2million having had at least one dose.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,209.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,762 confirmed
Testing episodes:       60,925  (51,982 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,873.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,095 confirmed
Testing episodes:       366,068  (52,328 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 21, 2021, 12:38:57 PM
OVER 40 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales, the latest data shows.

Public Health Wales figures released on Sunday (March 21) show that between March 19 and 20, 43 cases were confirmed in the region.

Yesterday's figures showed Flintshire had seen the highest daily increase in cases in Wales, but today's figures (10 cases) are back down to a level commonly seen across Wales.

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

Anglesey - 9 (Seven-day infection rate of 114.2)
Conwy - 9 (Seven-day infection rate of 68.3)
Denbighshire - 3 (Seven-day infection rate of 33.4)
Flintshire - 10 (Seven-day infection rate of 67.9)
Gwynedd - 7 (Seven-day infection rate of 51.4)
Wrexham - 5 (Seven-day infection rate of 30.9)

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

About 10 per cent of Wales' population have now received both doses of the coronavirus vaccine, with over 1.2 million people having had at least one dose.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,217.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,771 confirmed
Testing episodes:       61,194  (52,212 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,879.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,138 confirmed
Testing episodes:       367,337  (52,510 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 22, 2021, 04:08:11 PM
There were 42 new Covid-19 cases reported today (Monday) in North Wales - as Wrexham recorded the smallest rise in the whole of Wales.

A total of 150 new cases were reported across the country, down from 196 yesterday, and the national death toll stands at 5,488.

Meanwhile no new deaths linked to coronavirus were reported anywhere in Wales today.

Data from Public Health Wales for the Betsi Cadwaladr board area serving North Wales shows the virus death toll here remains at 923.

It comes as five North Wales areas recorded a fall in their coronavirus rates in the latest official seven-day figures released today.
Case rates have fallen in the figures for the week ending March 17 in every area apart from Conwy, where the rate is unchanged at 68.3.

Seven-day infection rates across North Wales (as of Monday's update)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Anglesey: 107.1 (down from 114.2)
Conwy: 68.3 (no change)
Denbighshire: 31.3 (down from 33.4)
Flintshire: 66.6 (down from 67.4)
Gwynedd: 49.8 (down from 51.4)
Wrexham: 34.6 (down from 30.9)

Here is the latest full list of coronavirus cases reported across North Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 42 new cases - total 34,180

Anglesey : 12 new cases - total 2,171
Conwy: 6 new cases - total 3,777
Denbighshire: 2 new cases - total 4,256
Flintshire: 14 new cases - total 9,455
Gwynedd: 7 new cases - total 3,190
Wrexham: 1 new case - total 11,331

PHW summary
Conwy
3,222.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,777 confirmed
Testing episodes:       61,410  (52,396 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.2%

BCUHB
4,885.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,180 confirmed
Testing episodes:       368,549  (52,683 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 23, 2021, 01:50:20 PM
OVER 30 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales, according to the latest public health data.

Figures released by Public Health Wales reveal that as of March 23, there were a total of 32 new cases confirmed across the region covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.

This can be broken down to three cases in Wrexham, 13 in Flintshire, six in Conwy, six in Anglesey, one in Gwynedd, and three in Denbighshire.

These figures take the total overall number of confirmed cases in the region to date to 34,212.

There have been no new suspected COVID-related death across Wales.

To date, the total number of people in Wales who have died after testing positive for coronavirus stands at 5,488.

So far, 1,769,538 people have undergone coronavirus tests in Wales.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,227.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,783 confirmed
Testing episodes:       61,535  (52,503 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%  down on yesterday

BCUHB
4,890.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,212 confirmed
Testing episodes:       369,414  (52,807 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.3%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 24, 2021, 02:42:31 PM
Another 41 cases of coronavirus have been recorded across North Wales today (March 24) and three more people have died from the virus across Wales.

The highest number of cases were found on Anglesey, where 12 new cases were discovered. Further Covid testing facilities are to be set up on Anglesey to tackle the 'concerning' number of cases in the Holyhead area.

This was followed by Conwy and Flintshire, which both had 10 positive tests returned.
Gwynedd and Wrexham both recorded four new cases while Denbighshire recorded the lowest number of cases, with just two.
It brings the total number of cases in Betsi Cadwaladr since the start of the pandemic to 34,253.

Sadly, three more people died from Covid-19 in Wales, according to the latest figures.

Seven-day infection rates across North Wales (as of Wednesday's update)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Anglesey: 101.4 (down from 107.1)
Conwy: 51.2 (down from 59.7)
Denbighshire: 26.1 (up from 25.1)
Flintshire: 71.7 (down from 75.6)
Gwynedd: 41.7 (down from 46.6)
Wrexham: 33.8 (no change)

Here is the latest full list of coronavirus cases reported across North Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 41 new cases - total 34,253

Anglesey : 12 new cases - total 2,189
Conwy: 10 new cases - total 3,793
Denbighshire: two new cases - total 4,261
Flintshire: 10 new cases - total 9,478
Gwynedd: four new cases - total 3,195
Wrexham: four new case - total 11,337

PHW summary
Conwy
3,236.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,793 confirmed
Testing episodes:       61,704  (52,647 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
4,896.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,253 confirmed
Testing episodes:       370,610  (52,978 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.2%     down from yestetday
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 25, 2021, 06:40:38 PM
Sorry for late posting, problems with PHW stats

Another 50 cases of coronavirus have been recorded across North Wales today (March 25) - but a reporting error means some are from people who tested positive two months ago.

Nationally, another 227 cases were reported - including 33 from tests carried out on January 25

Public Health Wales said 11 of these were in the Betsi Cadwaldr University Health Board covering North Wales.

Reporting of these tests was delayed because of a "discrepancy between different data views" but people would have been contacted and told to self-isolate at the time, PHW said.

It brings the total number of cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board since the start of the pandemic to 34,303.

In comparison, yesterday's update saw 32 new cases reported in North Wales.

Four more people have also died from Covid-19 in Wales according to the latest figures, taking the overall death toll to 5,495.

However technical problems with the Tableau dashboard used by Public Health Wales meant there was no breakdown by health board available on Thursday afternoon.

The infection rate across Wales is now 39.1 cases per 100,000 of population based on the seven days up to March 20, which is down from 40.5 on Wednesday.

Seven-day infection rates across North Wales (as of Thursday's update)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Anglesey: 94.2 (down from 101.4)
Conwy: 52 (up from 51.2)
Denbighshire: 24 (down from 26.1)
Flintshire: 66.6 (down from 71.7)
Gwynedd: 36.1 (down from 41.7)
Wrexham: 33.8 (unchanged)

Here is the latest full list of coronavirus cases reported across North Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 50 new cases - total 34,303

Anglesey : 8 new cases - total 2,197
Conwy: 7 new cases - total 3,800
Denbighshire: 4 new cases - total 4,265
Flintshire: 11 new cases - total 9,489
Gwynedd: 9 new cases - total 3,204
Wrexham: 11 new cases - total 11,348

No PHW summary available
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 26, 2021, 01:54:54 PM
NORTH Wales saw almost 60 new cases of coronavirus confirmed by health officials on Friday.
PHW confirmed that 58 of the latest 190 Welsh cases came from the northern region.

• Anglesey – 18 (25.7 per 100,000 population)
• Conwy – 8 (6.8 per 100,000 population)
• Denbighshire – 7 (7.3 per 100,000 population)
• Flintshire – 9 (5.8 per 100,000 population)
• Gwynedd – 11 (8.8 per 100,000 population)
• Wrexham – 5 (3.7 per 100,000 population)

• Total confirmed COVID-19 cases from North Wales as of March 26 – 34,361

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 928 people have sadly died since the start of the pandemic, according to PHW data.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 1,355 for the health board area.

Across Wales, another 190 COVID cases were confirmed in the latest figures, meaning that 208,694 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.

There were three newly reported deaths, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus sadly remains at 5,498 in Wales.

Headline figures show that, across Wales, over over 1.3m people have had their first COVID-19 jab. Of that figure, a 389,663 have completed the two-dose treatment.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,249.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,808 confirmed
Testing episodes:       62,192  (53,063 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
4,911.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,361 confirmed
Testing episodes:       373,944  (53,454 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.2%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: Ian on March 26, 2021, 06:27:03 PM
The world is steadily approaching 3m deaths from Covid and all the signs here point to s steady rise in cases.  I suspect the euphoria over the rapid vaccine rollout has masked the underlying seriousness of the disease, and suggests any hope for a return to normal life here in 2021 is almost certainly a futile one.
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 27, 2021, 03:23:33 PM
ALMOST 70 new cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed across the North Wales region.

The latest Public Health Wales (PHW) figures released this afternoon (March 27) show that there have now been 34,429 lab-confirmed cases of the virus identified from the combined counties since the outbreak of the pandemic.

A total of 68 of the 201 Welsh cases reported in today's update came from North Wales.

Anglesey – 12 (17.1 per 100,000 population)
Conwy – 7 (6 per 100,000 population)
Denbighshire – 15 (15.7 per 100,000 population)
Flintshire – 7 (4.5 per 100,000 population)
Gwynedd – 17 (13.6 per 100,000 population)
Wrexham – 10 (7.4 per 100,000 population)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 929 people have sadly died since the start of the pandemic, an increase of one since yesterday's update.

Across Wales, another 201 Covid cases were confirmed in the latest figures, meaning that 208,895 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.

There were seven newly reported deaths, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus sadly remains at 5,505 in Wales.

Headline figures show that, across Wales, more than 1.3m people have had their first Covid-19 jab. Of that figure, a 400,743 have completed the two-dose treatment.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,255.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,815 confirmed
Testing episodes:       62,470  (53,301 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
4,921.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,429 confirmed
Testing episodes:       375,923  (53,737 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.2%


Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 28, 2021, 02:26:36 PM
A TOTAL of 37 new cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed across the North Wales region.

The latest Public Health Wales (PHW) figures released this afternoon (March 28) show that there have now been 34,466 lab-confirmed cases of the virus identified from the combined counties since the outbreak of the pandemic.

Across the whole of Wales a total of 171 new cases are reported.

It comes as First Minister Mark Drakeford said this morning that some coronavirus measures are likely to still be in place by the end of the year.

Anglesey – 11 (15.7 per 100,000 population)
Conwy – 6 (5.1 per 100,000 population)
Denbighshire – 7 (7.3 per 100,000 population)
Flintshire – 1 (0.6 per 100,000 population)
Gwynedd – 10 (8 per 100,000 population)
Wrexham – 2 (1.5 per 100,000 population)

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 929 people have sadly died since the start of the pandemic.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where Covid-19 is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 1,355 for the health board area.

Across Wales, another 171 Covid-19 cases were confirmed in the latest figures, meaning that 209,066 people are now known to have contracted coronavirus since the pandemic began.

There were no newly reported deaths, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus sadly remains at 5,505 in Wales.

Headline figures show that, across Wales, almost 1.4m people have had their first Covid-19 jab. Of that figure, 412,663 have completed the two-dose treatment.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,260.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,821 confirmed
Testing episodes:       62,686  (53,485 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
4,926.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,466 confirmed
Testing episodes:       378,002  (54,034 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.1%  down on yesterday
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 29, 2021, 06:07:30 PM
New figures from Public Health Wales show the rates in Anglesey, Conwy, Denbighshire and Gwynedd are all climbing.

Today's figure shows the number of cases per 100,000 of population is 118.5 - up on yesterday's figure of 114.2.

There have also been 24 new Covid cases reported today within the Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board that covers North Wales.

No new deaths have been recorded in the North Wales region, leaving the overall Covid death toll since the pandemic began at 929.

Across Wales, 125 more cases have been reported today, bringing the total to 209,191 - and there has been one further death recorded, making the death toll 5,506 since the pandemic began.

Seven-day infection rates across North Wales (as of Monday's update)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Anglesey: 118.5 (up from 114.2)
Conwy: 42.7 (up from 41.8
Denbighshire: 25.1 (up from 19.9)
Flintshire: 52.5 (down from 57.7)
Gwynedd: 36.9 (up from 33.7)
Wrexham: 19.9 (down from 23.5)

Betsi Cadwaladr: 24 new cases - total 34,490

Anglesey : two new cases - total 2,240
Conwy: two new cases - total 3,823
Denbighshire: two new cases - total 4,296
Flintshire: five new case - total 9,511
Gwynedd: 11 new cases - total 3,253
Wrexham: two new cases - total 11,367

PHW summary
Conwy
3,261.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,823 confirmed
Testing episodes:       62,855  (53,629 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
4,930.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,490 confirmed
Testing episodes:       379,204  (54,206 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.1%

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 30, 2021, 02:10:12 PM
The number of new coronavirus cases in North Wales continues to fall, the latest data shows.

Public Health Wales figures released on Tuesday (March 30) show that 33 new cases have been confirmed in the region.

A full breakdown of new cases is as follows:

Anglesey - 6 (Seven-day infection rate of 112.8
Conwy - 4 (Seven-day infection rate of 43.5)
Denbighshire - 2 (Seven-day infection rate of 40.8
Flintshire - 6 (Seven-day infection rate of 41.6)
Gwynedd - 10 (Seven-day infection rate of 43.4)
Wrexham - 5 (Seven-day infection rate of 24.3)
No new suspected coronavirus-related deaths have been confirmed in Wales during the latest 24-hour period.

To date, over 400,000 people in Wales have now received both doses of the coronavirs vaccine, and over 1.4 million have had at least one dosage.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,265.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,827 confirmed
Testing episodes:       63,012  (53,763 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
4,935.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,523 confirmed
Testing episodes:       380,300  (54,363 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on March 31, 2021, 02:23:08 PM
There has now been about 34,540 lab-confirmed cases of the virus identified from the combined counties since the outbreak of the pandemic.

In the latest figures, released on March 31, Public Health Wales revealed that 14 of the latest 60 Welsh cases came from the Northern region.

• Anglesey – 4 (5.7 per 100,000 population)
• Conwy – 2 (1.7 per 100,000 population)
• Denbighshire – 1 (1.0 per 100,000 population)
• Flintshire – 1 (0.6 per 100,000 population)
• Gwynedd – 4 (3.2 per 100,000 population)
• Wrexham – 2 (1.5 per 100,000 population)

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 930 people have sadly died since the start of the pandemic, according to PHW data.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 1,355 for the health board area.

Across Wales, another 60 COVID cases were confirmed in the latest figures, meaning that 209,345 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.

There was one newly reported death, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus remains at 5,507 in Wales.

Headline figures show that, across Wales, over 1.4m people have had their first COVID-19 jab. Of that figure, over 437,000 have completed the two-dose treatment.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,267.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,829 confirmed
Testing episodes:       63,106  (53,843 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
4,937.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,537 confirmed
Testing episodes:       380,825  (54,438 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.1%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 01, 2021, 01:37:30 PM
THERE have been 188 new cases of coronavirus reported in Wales today.

Of these, 45 were in the North Wales covered by the Betsi Cadwalader University Health Board.

• Anglesey – 10
• Conwy – 5
• Denbighshire – 8
• Flintshire – 11
• Gwynedd – 6
• Wrexham – 5

Sadly a further two people have died after testing positive for covid, bringing the total in Wales to 5,509.

The total number of confirmed cases in Wales since the start of the pandemic stands at 209,532.

449,538 people in Wales have now received a second dose of a vaccine.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,271.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,834 confirmed
Testing episodes:       63,320  (54,026 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.1%

BCUHB
4,943.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,582 confirmed
Testing episodes:       382,241  (54,640 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.0%        down on yesterday
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 03, 2021, 10:12:04 AM
Conwy
Llanrwst & Betws-y-Coed: Cases on Apr 1 - 3; Cumulative cases - 228; Weekly daily average - 0; R Rate - 1.500
Kinmel Bay & Towyn: Cases on Apr 1 - 1; Cumulative cases - 402; Weekly daily average - 1; R Rate - 0.700
Llandudno Town & Gogarth: Cases on Apr 1 - 1; Cumulative cases - 259; Weekly daily average - 1; R Rate - 1.000
Llanfairfechan & Penmaenmawr: Cases on Apr 1 - 0; Cumulative cases - 256; Weekly daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.200
Llandudno Junction South & Glan Conwy: Cases on Apr 1 - 0; Cumulative cases - 210; Weekly daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.000
Old Colwyn & Llanddulas: Cases on Apr 1 - 0; Cumulative cases - 233; Weekly daily average - 0; R Rate - 1.000
Llandudno Junction North & Deganwy: Cases on Apr 1 - 0; Cumulative cases - 299; Weekly daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.500
Penrhyn Bay: Cases on Apr 1 - 0; Cumulative cases - 263; Weekly daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.000
Rhos-on-Sea: Cases on Apr 1 - 0; Cumulative cases - 170; Weekly daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.000
Upper Colwyn Bay: Cases on Apr 1 - 0; Cumulative cases - 273; Weekly daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.000
Conwy & Afon Roe: Cases on Apr 1 - 0; Cumulative cases - 177; Weekly daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.667
Colwyn Bay North: Cases on Apr 1 - 0; Cumulative cases - 231; Weekly daily average - 0; R Rate - 1.000
Betws-yn-Rhos, Llangernyw & Llansannan: Cases on Apr 1 - 0; Cumulative cases - 208; Weekly daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.000
Llandudno South: Cases on Apr 1 - 0; Cumulative cases - 277; Weekly daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.500
Abergele: Cases on Apr 1 - 0; Cumulative cases - 348; Weekly daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.857

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/latest-coronavirus-rates-111-districts-20309419 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/latest-coronavirus-rates-111-districts-20309419)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 03, 2021, 02:54:49 PM
THERE have been 95 new cases of coronavirus reported in Wales today.

Of these, just 29 were in the North Wales area covered by the Betsi Cadwalader University Health Board.

• Anglesey – No figure given

• Conwy – 1

• Denbighshire – 3

• Flintshire – 6

• Gwynedd – 11

• Wrexham – 8

Sadly a further two people have died after testing positive for covid, bringing the total in Wales to 5,511.

The total number of confirmed cases in Wales since the start of the pandemic stands at 209,627.

463,445 people in Wales have now received a second dose of a vaccine.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,272.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,835 confirmed
Testing episodes:       63,476  (54,159 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%  down on yesterday

BCUHB
4,947.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,611 confirmed
Testing episodes:       383,276  (54,788 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 05, 2021, 01:34:57 PM
MORE than 30 new cases of covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have confirmed.

Public Health Wales announced on Monday afternoon that 189 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales, in addition to a further eight deaths.

The organisation has said its covid-19 data dashboard was not updated on Friday or Sunday, meaning today's figures represents 48 hours of data - as will tomorrow's.

Of the new cases across Wales, 32 were reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area.

8 in Wrexham
8 in Gwynedd
6 in Flintshire
5 on Anglesey
3 in Conwy
2 in Denbighshire
Public Health Wales also confirmed the number of suspected covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area now stands at 932.

Dr Giri Shankar, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “Mirroring arrangements at Christmas time, we did not publish Coronavirus data on our dashboard on Good Friday (April 2) or on Easter Sunday (April 4).

"We anticipated that the reported case numbers produced on Monday and Tuesday April 2021 would therefore be around double the usual 24 hour figure.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,274.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,838 confirmed
Testing episodes:       63,907  (54,527 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%

BCUHB
4,952.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,643 confirmed
Testing episodes:       385,646  (55,127 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 06, 2021, 04:50:35 PM
PHW summary
Conwy
3,276.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,840 confirmed
Testing episodes:       64,172  (54,753 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%

BCUHB
4,955.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,664 confirmed
Testing episodes:       386,891  (55,305 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 07, 2021, 02:49:51 PM
Twenty one new coronavirus cases have been recorded across North Wales today (Wednesday), as the number of new infections continues to fall.

No new deaths were recorded under Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, meaning the number of Covid-19 deaths recorded in North Wales stands at 933.

No further deaths were recorded across Wales in the latest figures and the national death toll remains at 5,521.

There have in addition been 82 new cases across the country, which takes the overall count since the pandemic began to 210,023.

Seven-day infection rates across North Wales (as of Wednesday's update)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Anglesey: 35.7 (down from 41.4)
Conwy: 13.7 (down from 16.2)
Denbighshire: 19.9 (no change)
Flintshire: 19.9 (down from 22.4)
Gwynedd: 34.5 (down from 42.5)
Wrexham: 25.0 (up from 22.1)

Here is the latest full list of coronavirus cases reported across North Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 20 new cases - total 34,684

Anglesey : Four new cases - total 2,271
Conwy: Three new cases - total 3,843
Denbighshire: Four new cases - total 4,318
Flintshire: Two new cases - total 9,546
Gwynedd: Six new cases - total 3,301
Wrexham: One new cases - total 11,405

PHW summary
Conwy
3,278.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,843 confirmed
Testing episodes:       64,269  (54,836 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%

BCUHB
4,958.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,684 confirmed
Testing episodes:       387,419  (55,380 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       9.0%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 08, 2021, 01:32:04 PM
THERE have been 82 new coronavirus cases confirmed in Wales, the latest data shows.

Public Health Wales figures released on Thursday, April 8 show that there have now been 210,105 cases of coronavirus recorded in Wales since the start of the pandemic.

Of Thursday newly recorded figures, 11 were in the Betsi Cadwalader Heath Board region here in North Wales.

Anglesey 1
Conwy 3
Denbighshire 0
Flintshire 2
Gwynedd 4
Wrexham 1

Flintshire's seven-day infection rate per 100,000 population is now 19.9, while Wrexham's stands at 26.5.
Rates in the other Loca Authority areas are Anglesey 34.3, Conwy 13.7, and Gwynedd 24.9

The rate for Wales as a whole is 21.1 cases per 100,000.

Sadly there were six new coronavirus-related deaths confirmed in Wales.

To date, 484,739 people in Wales have received both doses of the coronavirus vaccine.

More than 1.5 million people have now had at least one dose - equating to nearly half of Wales' total population.

PHW summary
Conwy
Cases:       3,846 confirmed
Testing episodes:       64,408  (54,954 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%

BCUHB
4,959.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,695 confirmed
Testing episodes:       388,135  (55,483 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.9%   down on yesterday
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 09, 2021, 02:51:58 PM
MORE than 30 new cases of covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have said.

Public Health Wales confirmed on Friday that 114 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales, in addition to one further death.

Of the new cases, 33 were reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area.

Nine in Gwynedd
Seven in Flintshire
Six in Wrexham
Five in Conwy
Five on Anglesey
One in Denbighshire

Public Health Wales also confirmed the number of suspected covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area now stands at 937.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,285.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,851 confirmed
Testing episodes:       64,553  (55,078 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       6.0%

BCUHB
4,964.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,728 confirmed
Testing episodes:       389,139  (55,626 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.9%

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 10, 2021, 10:18:01 AM
The 57 towns and districts in North Wales that are now virtually free of coronavirus
Infection rates have fallen steadily over the past week with many areas now appearing to be free of the virus

full details https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/57-towns-districts-north-wales-20356984 (https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/57-towns-districts-north-wales-20356984)

Conwy
Virtually Covid free
Betws-yn-Rhos, Llangernyw & Llansannan: Cases on April 9 - 0; Cumulative total - 208; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.000
Colwyn Bay North: Cases on April 9 - 0; Cumulative total - 231; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.000
Llandudno Junction South & Glan Conwy: Cases on April 9 - 0; Cumulative total - 210; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.000
Llandudno South: Cases on April 9 - 0; Cumulative total - 277; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.000
Old Colwyn & Llanddulas: Cases on April 9 - 0; Cumulative total - 233; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.000
Abergele: Cases on April 9 - 0; Cumulative total - 348; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.000
Penrhyn Bay: Cases on April 9 - 0; Cumulative total - 263; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.000
Upper Colwyn Bay: Cases on April 9 - 0; Cumulative total - 273; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.000
Llanfairfechan & Penmaenmawr: Cases on April 9 - 0; Cumulative total - 259; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.000
Other districts
Llanrwst & Betws-y-Coed: Cases on April 9 - 1; Cumulative total - 232; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.667
Kinmel Bay & Towyn: Cases on April 9 - 3; Cumulative total - 408; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 3.000
Conwy & Afon Roe: Cases on April 9 - 1; Cumulative total - 178; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.000
Llandudno Junction North & Deganwy: Cases on April 9 - 0; Cumulative total - 300; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 1.000
Llandudno Town & Gogarth: Cases on April 9 - 0; Cumulative total - 260; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.500
Rhos-on-Sea: Cases on April 9 - 0; Cumulative total - 171; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 1.000
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 10, 2021, 02:20:13 PM
24 new cases of covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have said.

Public Health Wales announced on Saturday that 130 new new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales.

No further deaths were reported.

Of the 24 news cases reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area, there were:

Seven in Gwynedd
Seven on Anglesey
Five in Wrexham
Three in Flintshire
One in Conwy
One in Denbighshire

The total number of suspected covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area stands at 937.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,286.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,852 confirmed
Testing episodes:       64,781  (55,272 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.9%        down on yesterday
                       
BCUHB
4,967.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,752 confirmed
Testing episodes:       390,487  (55,819 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.9%


Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 11, 2021, 01:45:13 PM
JUST ten new cases of Covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have said.

Public Health Wales announced on Sunday that 53 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales, in addition to a further three deaths.

Of the ten new cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area, there were:

Three in Flintshire
Three in Gwynedd
Three in Wrexham
One in Conwy
The total number of suspected covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area stands at 939.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,287.5 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,853 confirmed
Testing episodes:       64,900  (55,374 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.9%

BCUHB
4,969.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,762 confirmed
Testing episodes:       391,277  (55,932 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.9%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 12, 2021, 01:58:48 PM
THERE have been 50 new cases of coronavirus recorded in Wales, according to the latest figures from Public Health Wales.

In the figures released on Monday, April 12, it was revealed that there had been 16 positive tests in North Wales.

Anglesey 2
Conwy 2
Denbighshire 0
Flintshire 6
Gwynedd 5
Wrexham 1
There were no additional deaths reported in Wales.

The seven-day rate of infection in Wales as a whole is now 17.5 per 100,000 members of the population.

The rates (per 100k) for North Wales
Anglesey 31.4
Conwy 12.8
Denbighshire 9.4
Flintshire 11.5
Gwynedd 21.7
Wrexham 17.7

PHW summary
Conwy
3,289.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,855 confirmed
Testing episodes:       65,079  (55,527 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.9%

BCUHB
4,971.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,778 confirmed
Testing episodes:       392,192  (56,063 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.9%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 14, 2021, 10:05:12 AM
Please note these are yesterday's figures

There have been eight new cases of Covid-19 recorded in North Wales, according to the latest figures released by Public Health Wales.

It takes the total of positive tests across the region since the start of the pandemic to 34,785 today (April 13).

No further Covid-19 related deaths have been recorded in North Wales - so the total for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board stands at 939.

Across the whole of Wales two new deaths were reported, meaning the country's total Covid-19 death toll now stands at 5,533, with 69 new cases recorded across the country.

Seven-day infection rates across North Wales w/e April 8 (as of Tuesday's update)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Anglesey: 28.6 (down from 31.4)
Conwy: 12.8 (no change)
Denbighshire: 9.4 (no change)
Flintshire: 11.5 (no change)
Gwynedd: 24.1 (up from 21.7)
Wrexham: 15.4 (down from 17.7)

Betsi Cadwaladr:eight new cases - total 34,785

Anglesey : one new case - total 2,287
Conwy: no new cases - total 3,855
Denbighshire: one new case - total 4,321
Flintshire: three new cases - total 9,570
Gwynedd: one new case - total 3,330
Wrexham: two new cases - total 11,423

PHW summary
Conwy
3,289.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,855 confirmed
Testing episodes:       65,214  (55,642 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.9%

4,972.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,785 confirmed
Testing episodes:       392,780  (56,147 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.9%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 14, 2021, 02:17:01 PM
There have been 20 new cases of Covid-19 recorded in North Wales, according to the latest figures released by Public Health Wales.

It takes the total of positive tests across the region since the start of the pandemic to 34,805 today (April 14).

The number of new cases has been steadily declining across North Wales, and today's figure is a decrease from the 16 reported in yesterday's update. (above)

No further Covid-19 related deaths have been recorded in North Wales - so the total for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board stands at 939.

Across the whole of Wales no new deaths were reported, meaning the country's total Covid-19 death toll remains at 5,533, with 62 new cases recorded across the country today

Seven-day infection rates across North Wales up to April 9 (as of Wednesday's update)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Anglesey: 28.6 (no change)
Conwy: 11.9 (decrease from 12.8
Denbighshire: 7.3 (decrease from 9.4)
Flintshire: 14.7 (increase from 11.5)
Gwynedd: 28.1 (increase from 24.1)
Wrexham: 15.4 (no change)

Here is the latest full list of coronavirus cases reported across North Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr:20 new cases - total 34,805

Anglesey : one new case - total 2,288
Conwy: two new cases - total 3,857
Denbighshire: two new case - total 4,322
Flintshire: six new cases - total 9,576
Gwynedd: five new case - total 3,335
Wrexham: four new cases - total 11,427

PHW summary
Conwy
3,290.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,857 confirmed
Testing episodes:       65,344  (55,753 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.9%

BCUHB
4,975.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,805 confirmed
Testing episodes:       393,439  (56,241 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.8%     down on yesterday
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 15, 2021, 02:46:04 PM
OVER 100 new coronavirus cases were reported across Wales, latest figures show.

Data released by Public Health Wales on April 15 show that there have been 105 new cases across Wales, of which 22 were the North Wales area.

• Anglesey – 0
• Conwy – 1 (0.9 per 100,000 population)
• Denbighshire – 3 (3.1 per 100,000 population)
• Flintshire – 6 (3.8 per 100,000 population)
• Gwynedd – 6 (4.8 per 100,000 population)
• Wrexham – 6 (4.4 per 100,000 population)

BCUHB stats:
Total confirmed COVID-19 cases from North Wales as of April 15 – 34,664

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 940 people have sadly died since the start of the pandemic, according to PHW data - a daily increase of one.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 1,376 for the health board area.

The national picture:
Across Wales, another 105 COVID cases were confirmed in the latest figures, meaning that 210,681 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.

There were two newly reported deaths, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus remains at 5,535 in Wales.

Headline figures show that, across Wales, around 1,640,045 have had their first Covid-19 jab, of which 559,888 have had their second dose.

Changes to reporting:
Starting on 17 April, PHW will no longer be publishing Coronavirus data or a daily statement on their website on Saturdays. The update on Sunday will include data for the previous day.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,291.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,858 confirmed
Testing episodes:       65,507  (55,892 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.9%

BCUHB
4,978.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,827 confirmed
Testing episodes:       394,613  (56,409 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 16, 2021, 02:37:34 PM
ON ANOTHER day when no new coronavirus deaths were reported, the North Wales region saw just 10 new cases of the virus confirmed by health officials on Friday.

There have now been almost 34,840 lab-confirmed cases of the virus identified from the combined counties since the outbreak of the pandemic - after more incidents were confirmed by Public Health Wales (PHW) in the latest figures released on April 16.

PHW confirmed that 10 of the latest 48 Welsh cases came from the northern region.

• Anglesey – 1 (1.4 per 100,000 population)
• Conwy – 3 (2.6 per 100,000 population)
• Denbighshire – 0 (0 per 100,000 population)
• Flintshire – 2 (1.3 per 100,000 population)
• Gwynedd – 2 (1.6 per 100,000 population)
• Wrexham – 2 (1.5 per 100,000 population)

BCUHB stats:
• Total confirmed COVID-19 cases from North Wales as of April 16 – 34,337

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 940 people have sadly died since the start of the pandemic, according to PHW data.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 1,380 for the health board area.

The national picture:
Across Wales, another 48 COVID cases were confirmed in the latest figures, meaning that 210,729 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.

There were no newly reported death, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus remains at 5,535 in Wales.

Headline figures show that, across Wales, over 1.6m people have had their first COVID-19 jab. Of that figure, 574,590 have completed the two-dose treatment.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,294.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,861 confirmed
Testing episodes:       65,661  (56,023 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.9%

BCUHB
4,979.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,837 confirmed
Testing episodes:       395,402  (56,522 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 18, 2021, 10:12:12 AM
Covid-19 infection rates are continuing to fall in the northern half of Wales with many districts now seeing little or no virus.

Sporadic outbreaks are still apparent, however, and the relaxation of school and travel regulations may yet have an effect on next week’s figures from Public Health Wales.

Overall, all of Wales’ local authorities are now reporting fewer than 30 cases per 100,000 people in the most recent seven-day period.

Across Wales, the national infection rate stands at 16.7 cases per 100,000 people.

Just two districts in North Wales were cause for minor concern.
A couple of cases were reported in Wrexham West on Friday, which has seen at least one case per day over the past week, giving it an R Rate of 2.200.

Two cases were also recorded in Llandudno Town & Gogarth, where the R Rate stands at 2.000. However the weekly average number of cases here is less than one per day.

Public Health Wales has stopped publishing online coronavirus data on Saturdays.

Conwy
Virtually free of Covid-19

Betws-yn-Rhos, Llangernyw & Llansannan: Cumulative total - 210
Colwyn Bay North: Cumulative total - 231
Conwy & Afon Roe: Cumulative total - 178
Llandudno Junction South & Glan Conwy: Cumulative total - 210
Llandudno South: Cumulative total - 0; Cumulative total - 277
Llanrwst & Betws-y-Coed: Cumulative total - 232
Old Colwyn & Llanddulas: Cumulative total - 233
Upper Colwyn Bay: Cumulative total - 273
Abergele: Cumulative total - 349
Others
Llandudno Town & Gogarth: Apr 16 cases - 2; Cumulative total - 262; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 2.000
Llanfairfechan & Penmaenmawr: Apr 16 cases - 1; Cumulative total - 260; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.333
Kinmel Bay & Towyn: Apr 16 cases - 0; Cumulative total - 409; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 0.167
Llandudno Junction North & Deganwy: Apr 16 cases - 0; Cumulative total - 301; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 1.000
Penrhyn Bay: Apr 16 cases - 0; Cumulative total - 264; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 1.000
Rhos-on-Sea: Apr 16 cases - 0; Cumulative total - 172; 7-day daily average - 0; R Rate - 1.000
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 18, 2021, 12:26:40 PM
continuation from earlier today above........

THIS weekend saw a small number of COVID-19 cases confirmed in North Wales.

There have now been more than 34,850 lab-confirmed cases of the virus identified from the combined counties since the outbreak of the pandemic - after more incidents were confirmed by Public Health Wales (PHW) in the latest figures released on April 18.

PHW confirmed that 16 of the latest 94 Welsh cases came from the northern region.

• Anglesey – 1 (1.4 per 100,000 population)
• Conwy – 1 (0.9 per 100,000 population)
• Denbighshire – 0 (0 per 100,000 population)
• Flintshire – 4 (2.6 per 100,000 population)
• Gwynedd – 8 (6.4 per 100,000 population)
• Wrexham – 2 (1.5 per 100,000 population)

BCUHB stats:
• Total confirmed COVID-19 cases from North Wales as of April 18 – 34,853

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 940 people have sadly died since the start of the pandemic, according to PHW data.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 1,380 for the health board area.

The national picture:
Across Wales, another 94 COVID cases were confirmed in the latest figures, meaning that 210,823 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.

There have been three reported deaths since Friday, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus remains at 5,538 in Wales.

None of these were in the BCUHB area.

Headline figures show that, across Wales, over 1.6m people have had their first COVID-19 jab. Of that figure, over 600,000 have completed the two-dose treatment.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,295.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,862 confirmed
Testing episodes:       65,821  (56,160 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.9%

4,982.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,853 confirmed
Testing episodes:       396,294  (56,649 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 19, 2021, 02:46:10 PM
One more person diagnosed with Covid-19 has died in North Wales, according to the latest update released on Monday (April 19).

It is one of two new deaths reported across the country and takes the death toll in the area to 941.

The data from Public Health Wales, covering the 48-hour period up to 9am on Sunday, also shows 23 new cases of the virus.
Figures released today are for the 48-hour period up to 9am on Sunday after a change in the way figures are published over the weekend, PHW said this means that the numbers reported today are around double the usual 24 hour figures.

Across Wales, 102 new Covid-19 cases have been reported in the latest update. The two new deaths linked to coronavirus take the national death toll to 5,540.

Seven-day infection rates across North Wales up to April 14 (as of Monday's update)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Anglesey: 8.6 cases per 100,000 of population (down from 21.4)
Conwy: 8.5 (down from 10.2)
Denbighshire: 7.3 (down from 8.4)
Flintshire: 19.2 (down from 22.4)
Gwynedd: 24.1 (down from 30.5)
Wrexham: 16.9 (down from 19.1)

Here is the latest full list of coronavirus cases reported across North Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 23 new cases - total 34,876

Anglesey : Four new cases - total 2,294
Conwy: 0 new cases - total 3,862
Denbighshire: Two new cases - total 4,327
Flintshire: Four new cases - total 9,592
Gwynedd: Ten new cases - total 3,361
Wrexham: Three new cases - total 11,440

PHW summary
Conwy
3,295.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,862 confirmed
Testing episodes:       66,160  (56,449 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.8%       down on yesterday

BCUHB
4,985.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,876 confirmed
Testing episodes:       398,307  (56,937 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.8%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 20, 2021, 02:17:50 PM
LESS than ten new cases of covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have said.

Public Health Wales confirmed on Tuesday that 53 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales, in addition to two further deaths.

Just seven of the new cases were reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area.

Four in Flintshire
Two in Wrexham
One in Gwynedd
Public Health Wales confirmed the number of suspected covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board stands at 942.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,295.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,862 confirmed
Testing episodes:       66,268  (56,541 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.8%

BCUHB
4,986.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,883 confirmed
Testing episodes:       399,062  (57,045 per 100,000)
Positivity*:                           8.7%   down on yesterday


Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 21, 2021, 01:24:54 PM
THERE were 64 new cases of coronavirus reported in Wales today, health chiefs have said.

This takes the total number of cases in Wales to 211,042 since the start of the pandemic.

Of the new cases recorded on Wednesday, just 10 were in the Betsi Cadwalader Health Board area here in North Wales.

Anglesey - 2
Conwy - 0
Denbighshire - 0
Flintshire - 2
Gwynedd - 3
Wrexham - 3
The seven-day infection rate for Wales as a whole continues to fall, standing at 15.2 per 100,000 members of the population on Wednesday.

In Wrexham the rate is 14.7 per 100k, in Flintshire it is 18.6/100k, and the rate in Denbighshire is 8.4/100k.

The highest rate in North Wales is in Gwynedd where it is 25.7/100k.

In Conwy, the rate is 7.7/100k and in Anglesey it is 11.4/100k.

There were no additional covid-related deaths recorded in Wales.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,295.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,862 confirmed
Testing episodes:       66,372  (56,630 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.8%

BCUHB
4,987.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,893 confirmed
Testing episodes:       399,655  (57,130 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 22, 2021, 01:12:31 PM
THERE have been just over 60 new coronavirus cases reported across Wales, latest figures show.

Data released by Public Health Wales on April 22 show that there have been 63 new cases across Wales, of which 19 were the North Wales area.

• Anglesey – 2 (2.9 per 100,000 population)
• Conwy – 0
• Denbighshire – 1 (1.0 per 100,000 population)
• Flintshire – 4 (2.6 per 100,000 population)
• Gwynedd – 9 (7.2 per 100,000 population)              (not mentioned 42 workers at a Bala cupcake factory have tested positive. ?)
• Wrexham – 3 (2.2 per 100,000 population)

BCUHB stats:
Total confirmed COVID-19 cases from North Wales as of April 22 – 34,912

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 942 people have sadly died since the start of the pandemic, according to PHW data - with no daily increase.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 1,388 for the health board area.

The national picture:
Across Wales, another 63 COVID cases were confirmed in the latest figures, meaning that 211,104 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.

There was one newly reported death, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus remains at 5,543 in Wales.

Headline figures show that, across Wales, around 1,727,455 have had their first Covid-19 jab, of which 635,655 have had their second dose.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,295.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,862 confirmed
Testing episodes:       66,535  (56,769 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.8%

BCUHB
4,990.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,912 confirmed
Testing episodes:       400,655  (57,273 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 23, 2021, 02:37:56 PM
Twenty new coronavirus cases have been reported across North Wales - but no further infections were recorded in Anglesey today.

Public Health Wales figures released on Friday (April 23) shows the biggest increase was in Wrexham, where there were seven more positive tests for the virus.

There were five in Gwynedd, four in Flintshire and two in Denbighshire - plus another two in Conwy, which recorded its first new cases after four days with no increase.

The new cases take the total number of positive tests across the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area to 34,932 since the start of the pandemic.

There have been no new Covid-19 related deaths across Wales today, meaning the death toll in North Wales remains at 942.
The national death total stands at 5,543.

In addition, 58 new cases of the virus have been reported nationally today, taking the total in Wales to 211,162.

Seven-day infection rates across North Wales up to April 18 (as of Friday's update)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Anglesey: 8.6 (down from 11.4 cases per 100,000 of population)
Conwy      6.0 (no change)
Denbighshire: 7.3 (down from 8.4)
Flintshire: 16.0 (no change)
Gwynedd: 28.1 (down from 28.9)
Wrexham: 11.8 (down from 14.0)

Here is the latest full list of coronavirus cases reported across North Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 20 new cases - total 34,932

Anglesey : 0 new cases - total 2,298
Conwy: 2 new cases - total 3,864
Denbighshire: 2 new case - total 4,330
Flintshire: 4 new cases - total 9,606
Gwynedd: 5 new cases - total 3,379
Wrexham: 7 new cases - total 11,455

PHW summary
Conwy
Cases:       3,864 confirmed
Testing episodes:       66,735  (56,940 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.8%

BCUHB
4,993.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,932 confirmed
Testing episodes:       401,624  (57,411 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 25, 2021, 01:04:35 PM
Data released by Public Health Wales on April 25 show that there have been 62 new cases across Wales, of which just 12 were the North Wales area.

• Anglesey – 0
• Conwy – 4 (3.4 per 100,000 population)
• Denbighshire – 0
• Flintshire – 3 (1.9 per 100,000 population)
• Gwynedd – 1 (0.8 per 100,000 population)
• Wrexham – 4 (2.9 per 100,000 population)

Important to note that Public Health Wales no longer publishes figures on a Saturday so figures for Sunday includes data from the previous day.

BCUHB stats:
Total confirmed COVID-19 cases from North Wales as of April 25 – 34,944

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 943 people have sadly died since the start of the pandemic, according to PHW data - with an increase of one.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 1,389 for the health board area.

The national picture:
Across Wales, another 62 COVID cases were confirmed in the latest figures, meaning that 211,224 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.

There were sadly three newly reported deaths, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus remains at 5,546 in Wales.

Headline figures show that, across Wales, around 1,786,585 have had their first Covid-19 jab, of which 687,049 have had their second dose.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,300.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,868 confirmed
Testing episodes:       66,906  (57,086 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.8%

BCUHB
4,995.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,944 confirmed
Testing episodes:       402,552  (57,544 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.7%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 26, 2021, 02:28:35 PM
One more person with Covid-19 has died and another 18 cases have been recorded across North Wales.

The new death, reported in Monday's (April 26) update from Public Health Wales, takes the overall Covid-19 death toll in North Wales to 944.

The new cases take the total number of positive tests across the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area to 34,962 since the start of the pandemic.
Meanwhile four North Wales counties saw a rise in their seven-day infection rates, with two recording a fall.

Conwy has the lowest infection rate in North Wales at 3.4 - it is the second lowest in the country, after Merthyr Tydfil's 3.3.

There have been two new Covid-19 related deaths across Wales today, meaning the national death total stands at 5,548.
In addition, 97 new cases of the virus have been reported nationally today, taking the total in Wales to 211,321.

Seven-day infection rates across North Wales up to April 21 (as of Monday's update)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Anglesey: 12.8 (up from 11.4 cases per 100,000 of population)
Conwy: 3.4 (down from 4.3)
Denbighshire: 5.2 (up from 2.1)
Flintshire: 14.1 (up from 12.2)
Gwynedd: 26.5 (down from 28.1)
Wrexham: 16.9 (up from 11.8

Here is the latest full list of coronavirus cases reported across North Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 18 new cases - total 34,962

Anglesey : 0 new cases - total 2,298
Conwy: 1 new case - total 3,869
Denbighshire: 1 new case - total 4,331
Flintshire: 2 new cases - total 9,611
Gwynedd: 7 new cases - total 3,387
Wrexham: 7 new cases - total 11,466

PHW summary
Conwy
3,301.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,869 confirmed
Testing episodes:       67,239  (57,370 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.8%

BCUHB
4,997.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,962 confirmed
Testing episodes:       404,347  (57,800 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.6%                     down from yesterday
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 27, 2021, 01:20:27 PM
NO new deaths have been recorded in Wales, and an incredibly small number of new cases were identified in the most recent data.

There have now been almost 34,970 lab-confirmed cases of the virus identified from the combined counties since the outbreak of the pandemic - after more incidents were confirmed by Public Health Wales (PHW) in the latest figures released on April 27.

PHW confirmed that just seven of the latest 33 Welsh cases came from the northern region.

• Anglesey – One (1.4 per 100,000 population)
• Conwy – 0 (0 per 100,000 population)
• Denbighshire – 0 (0 per 100,000 population)
• Flintshire – 0 (0 per 100,000 population)
• Gwynedd – Two (1.6 per 100,000 population)
• Wrexham – Four (2.9 per 100,000 population)

BCUHB stats:
• Total confirmed COVID-19 cases from North Wales as of April 27 – 34,969

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 944 people have sadly died since the start of the pandemic, according to PHW data.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 1,388 for the health board area.

The national picture:
Across Wales, another 33 COVID cases were confirmed in the latest figures, meaning that 211,354 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.

There were no reported deaths on Tuesday, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus remains at 5,548 in Wales.

Headline figures show that, across Wales, over 1.78m people have had their first COVID-19 jab. Of that figure, over 700,000 have completed the two-dose treatment.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,301.1 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,869 confirmed
Testing episodes:       67,359  (57,472 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.7%              down on yesterday 

BCUHB
4,998.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,969 confirmed
Testing episodes:       405,048  (57,900 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 28, 2021, 01:33:34 PM
The new cases take the total number of positive tests across the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area to 34,975 since the start of the pandemic.

No new deaths have been reported across Wales today, leaving the overall Covid-19 death toll in North Wales at 944.

The latest data covering the week up to April 23 - the most recent available - shows that Gwynedd still has the highest infection rate in Wales at 20.9, followed by Wrexham with 19.1.

In addition, Gwynedd and Wrexham are the only two areas of North Wales with a weekly infection rate higher than the national average of 11.9.

The national death total remains at 5,548. In addition, 35 new cases of the virus have been reported nationally today, taking the total in Wales to 211,389.

Seven-day infection rates across North Wales up to April 23 (as of Wednesday's update)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Anglesey: 5.7 (down from 11.4 per 100,000 of population)
Conwy: 5.1 (up from 4.3)
Denbighshire: 3.1 (down from 5.2)
Flintshire: 11.5 (down from 12.8
Gwynedd: 20.9 (down from 23.3)
Wrexham: 19.1 (up from 17.7)

Here is the latest full list of coronavirus cases reported across North Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 6 new cases - total 34,975

Anglesey : 0 new cases - total 2,299
Conwy: 0 new cases - total 3,869
Denbighshire: 0 new cases - total 4,331
Flintshire: 1 new case - total 9,612
Gwynedd: 2 new cases - total 3,391
Wrexham: 3 new cases - total 11,473

PHW summary
Conwy
Cases:       3,869 confirmed
Testing episodes:       67,451  (57,551 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.7%

BCUHB
4,999.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,975 confirmed
Testing episodes:       405,637  (57,985 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats.......Vaccination Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 29, 2021, 10:20:20 AM
ABOUT 70 per cent of adults in North Wales have now received at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) say they remain on course to offer vaccination to the remaining adult population "well before" the Welsh Government’s end of July milestone.

Gill Harris, executive Director of Nursing and Midwifery, said: "We are continuing to work as quickly as we can with the supply we have and I would like to thank everyone for their patience and understanding as we continue to make good progress in working through this complex programme."

Vaccination progress as at April 26 2021:
565,799 total vaccinations have been administered in North Wales
First dose vaccines – 388,904
Second dose vaccines – 176,895
Percentage of people in Priority Groups who have received a first dose:

People aged 65 to 69: 93 per cent
People aged 16 to 64 in an at risk group: 84 per cent
People aged 60 to 64: 88 per cent
People aged 55-59: 85 per cent
People aged 50-54: 83 per cent
People aged 40-49: 35 per cent
People aged 30-39: 9 per cent
People aged 18-29: 14 per cent

cont  https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/19265248.latest-covid-19-vaccine-update-bcuhb-progress-appeal-employees-variation-vaccination-rates-local-authority-areas/ (https://www.northwalespioneer.co.uk/news/19265248.latest-covid-19-vaccine-update-bcuhb-progress-appeal-employees-variation-vaccination-rates-local-authority-areas/)
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 29, 2021, 01:39:51 PM
Twelve more Covid-19 cases have been recorded across North Wales - but Denbighshire saw no new infections for the third consecutive day.

The new cases take the total number of positive tests across the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area to 34,987 since the start of the pandemic.

Nationwide, the next lowest seven-day infection rate for the week up to April 24 - the most recent figures available - was 5.0 in Merthyr Tydfil.

No new deaths have been reported in North Wales today, leaving the overall Covid-19 death toll in the region at 944.

Two more deaths have been recorded across Wales, taking the national total to 5,550. In addition, 69 new cases of the virus have been reported nationally today, taking the total in Wales to 211,458.

Seven-day infection rates across North Wales up to April 24 (as of Thursday's update)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Anglesey: 7.1 (up from 5.7 per 100,000 of population)
Conwy: 6.0 (up from 5.1)
Denbighshire: 4.2 (up from 3.1)
Flintshire: 10.2 (down from 11.5)
Gwynedd: 18.5 (down from 20.9)
Wrexham: 21.3 (up from 19.1)

Here is the latest full list of coronavirus cases reported across North Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 12 new cases - total 34,987

Anglesey : 2 new cases - total 2,301
Conwy: 1 new cases - total 3,870
Denbighshire: 0 new cases - total 4,331
Flintshire: 1 new case - total 9,613
Gwynedd: 4 new cases - total 3,395
Wrexham: 4 new cases - total 11,477

PHW summary
Conwy
3,302.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,870 confirmed
Testing episodes:       67,664  (57,732 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.7%

BCUHB
5,001.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,987 confirmed
Testing episodes:       406,797  (58,150 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on April 30, 2021, 02:31:42 PM
Eleven more Covid-19 cases have been recorded across North Wales
The new cases take the total number of positive tests across the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area to 34,998 since the start of the pandemic.

Meanwhile Friday's (April 30) update from Public Health Wales reveals that Denbighshire no longer has the country's lowest Covid infection rate, although it has remained unchanged at 4.2 per 100,000 of population.

No new deaths have been reported in Wales today, leaving the national death toll at 5,550. The total in North Wales remains at 944.

In addition, 36 new cases of the virus have been reported nationally today, taking the total in Wales to 211,494.

Seven-day infection rates across North Wales up to April 25 (as of Friday's update)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Anglesey: 8.6 (up from 7.1per 100,000 of population)
Conwy: 6.0 (no change)
Denbighshire: 4.2 (no change)
Flintshire: 9.6 (down from 10.2)
Gwynedd: 19.3 (up from 18.5)
Wrexham: 22.1 (up from 21.3)

Here is the latest full list of coronavirus cases reported across North Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 11 new cases - total 34,998

Anglesey : 0 new cases - total 2,301
Conwy: 1 new case - total 3,871
Denbighshire: 0 new cases - total 4,331
Flintshire: 3 new cases - total 9,616
Gwynedd: 2 new cases - total 3,397
Wrexham: 5 new cases - total 11,482

PHW summary
Conwy
3,302.8 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,871 confirmed
Testing episodes:       67,893  (57,928 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.7%

BCUHB
5,002.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       34,998 confirmed
Testing episodes:       407,942  (58,314 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 02, 2021, 11:14:27 AM
The latest available seven-day period from April 19 to 25.

Abergele – 0-2 cases and rate of less than 19 cases per 100,000 people

• Betws-yn-Rhos, Llangernyw and Llansannan – 0-2 cases and rate of less than 29 cases per 100,000 people

• Colwyn Bay North – 0-2 cases and rate of less than 33 cases per 100,000 people

• Conwy and Afon Roe – 0-2 cases and rate of less than 29 cases per 100,000 people

• Kinmel Bay and Towyn – 0-2 cases and rate of less than 24 cases per 100,000 people

• Llandudno Junction North and Deganwy – 0-2 cases and rate of less than 21 cases per 100,000 people

• Llandudno Junction South and Llasanffraid – 0-2 cases and rate of less than 28 cases per 100,000 people

• Llandudno South – 0-2 cases and rate of less than 29 cases per 100,000 people

• Llandudno Town and Gogarth – 0-2 cases and rate of less than 23 cases per 100,000 people

• Llanfairfechan and Penmawnmawr – 0-2 cases and rate of less than 26 cases per 100,000 people

• Llanrwst and Betws-y-coed – 0-2 cases and rate of less than 24 cases per 100,000 people

 • Old Colwyn and Llanddulas – 0-2 cases and rate of less than 24 cases per 100,000 people

• Penrhyn Bay – 0-2 cases and rate of less than 33 cases per 100,000 people

• Rhos-on-Sea – 0-2 cases and rate of less than 34 cases per 100,000 people

• Upper Colwyn Bay – 0-2 cases and rate of less than 27 cases per 100,000 people
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 02, 2021, 04:02:26 PM
JUST 11 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in North Wales.

Public Health Wales figures released on Sunday (May 2) show that 10 of the new cases are in Flintshire and Wrexham, with Conwy being the only other of the region's counties to register a new case.

Wrexham's seven-day infection rate is currently one of the highest in Wales at 21.3 - but is in the context of very low rates across the country.

No new coronavirus-related deaths have been registered in the latest 24 hour period.

Over 750,000 people in Wales have had both doses of the vaccine, with 1.8 million having had at least one dose.

Dr Eleri Davies, incident director for the Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “Over the Bank Holiday weekend, we would remind the general public that it is still extremely important to follow social distancing and hygiene measures to prevent the transmission of coronavirus.

"That is, staying 2m from anyone you don’t live with, washing hands regularly and wearing face coverings in indoor settings.

“People should observe social distancing when meeting with others from outside their household or support bubble."

PHW summary
Conwy
3,303.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,872 confirmed
Testing episodes:       68,083  (58,090 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.7%

BCUHB
5,004.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       35,009 confirmed
Testing episodes:       408,947  (58,458 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.6%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 04, 2021, 01:30:24 PM
One more person diagnosed with Covid-19 in North Wales has died, according to the latest update from Public Health Wales.

They recorded 12 new cases today (Tuesday, May 4) across the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area that covers North Wales.

There have been 35,021 confirmed positive tests for the virus in North Wales since the start of the pandemic.

The new death linked to the virus takes the North Wales death toll to 945. It was the only new fatality recorded across the country today, and the national total now stands at 5,551.

Across Wales, there have been 65 new cases in the latest update - taking the total number of cases since the pandemic began to 211,638.

No coronavirus data was published by Public Health Wales on Bank Holiday Monday, and it says this means figures in tomorrow's update (Wednesday) are likely to be around double that for the usual 24 hour period.

Seven-day infection rates across North Wales up to April 28 (as of Tuesday's update)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Anglesey: 5.7 (no change)
Conwy: 5.1 (down from 6.0)
Denbighshire: 1.0 (down from 4.2)
Flintshire: 6.4 (down from 7.7)
Gwynedd: 13.6 (down from 15.3)
Wrexham: 16.9 (down from 21.3)

Here is the latest full list of coronavirus cases reported across North Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 12 new cases - total 35,021

Anglesey : 2 new cases - total 2,303
Conwy: 2 new cases - total 3,874
Denbighshire: 0 new cases - total 4,331
Flintshire: 3 new cases - total 9,624
Gwynedd: 2 new cases - total 3,399
Wrexham: 3 new cases - total 11,490

PHW summary
Conwy
Cases:       3,874 confirmed
Testing episodes:       68,401  (58,361 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.7%

BCUHB
5,006.2 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       35,021 confirmed
Testing episodes:       410,579  (58,691 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.5%       down on yesterday
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 05, 2021, 01:40:44 PM
THERE have been 54 new cases of coronavirus recorded in Wales.

There have now been 211,692 cases of coronavirus recorded in Wales since the start of the pandemic.
There were no additional covid-related deaths reported in Wales.

Of the new cases reported on Wednesday by Public Health Wales, 11 were in North Wales.
Anglesey 0
Conwy 1
Denbighshire 0
Flintshire 2
Gwynedd 3
Wrexham 5
The seven-day rate of infection in Wales now stands at 10.1 per 100,000 members of the population.

Here in North Wales, the rate is only higher than the Wales average in Gwynedd and Wrexham. Denbighshire has the lowest rate in Wales with 1 case per 100,000.

Infection rate by local authority area (per 100k):
Anglesey 4.3
Conwy 5.1
Denbighshire 1.0
Flintshire 7.7
Gwynedd 11.2
Wrexham 17.7

PHW summary
Conwy

Cases:       3,875 confirmed
Testing episodes:       68,572  (58,507 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.7%

BCUHB
5,007.7 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       35,032 confirmed
Testing episodes:       411,626  (58,841 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 06, 2021, 02:37:24 PM
Data released by Public Health Wales on May 6 show that there have been 34 new cases across Wales, of which just nine were the North Wales area.

• Anglesey – 2 (2.9 per 100,000 population)
• Conwy – 0
• Denbighshire – 0
• Flintshire – 2 (1.3 per 100,000 population
• Gwynedd – 3 (2.4 per 100,000 population)
• Wrexham – 2 (1.5 per 100,000 population)

BCUHB stats:
Total confirmed COVID-19 cases from North Wales as of May 6 – 35,041.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 945 people have sadly died since the start of the pandemic, according to PHW data - with no daily increase.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 1,393 for the health board area.

The national picture:
Across Wales, another 34 COVID cases were confirmed in the latest figures, meaning that 211,726 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.

There was sadly just one newly reported death, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus remains at 5,552 in Wales.

Headline figures show that, across Wales, around 1,884, 372 have had their first Covid-19 jab, of which 798,925 have had their second dose.

PHW summary
Conwy
Cases:       3,875 confirmed
Testing episodes:       68,672  (58,592 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.6%    down on yesterday

BCUHB
5,009.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       35,041 confirmed
Testing episodes:       412,314  (58,939 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 07, 2021, 02:57:37 PM
JUST ten new cases of covid-19 have been reported across North Wales, health chiefs have said.

Public Health Wales confirmed on Friday that there have been 47 new cases of the virus across Wales.

No further deaths have been reported.

Of the ten new cases of covid-19 reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area, there were:

Five in Wrexham
Two in Conwy
Two in Denbighshire
One in Gwynedd
The total number of suspected covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area stands at 945.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,307.9 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,877 confirmed
Testing episodes:       68,982  (58,857 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.6%

BCUHB
5,010.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       35,051 confirmed
Testing episodes:       413,771  (59,147 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.5%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 09, 2021, 02:39:15 PM
ELEVEN new cases of Covid-19 have been reported across North Wales.

Public Health Wales confirmed today (May 9) that there have been 54 new cases of the virus across Wales, taking the total number to 211,827.

No further deaths have been reported.

Of the new cases of Covid-19 reported in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area, there were:

Three in Wrexham
Three in Flintshire
Three in Denbighshire
One in Conwy
One in Gwynedd

The total number of suspected Covid-19 deaths in lab confirmed cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area remains at 945.

The number of people who have received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine in Wales now stands at 1,922,881.

A total of 842,047 have now had their second jab.

PHW summary
Conwy
Cases:       3,878 confirmed
Testing episodes:       69,208  (59,050 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.6%

BCUHB
5,012.0 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       35,062 confirmed
Testing episodes:       415,095  (59,337 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.4%     down on yesterday

Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 10, 2021, 02:59:42 PM
There have now been over 35,070 lab-confirmed cases of the virus identified from the combined counties since the outbreak of the pandemic - after more incidents were confirmed by Public Health Wales (PHW) in the latest figures released on May 10.

PHW confirmed that just nine of the latest 104 Welsh cases came from the northern region, a total of 8.65 per cent.

• Anglesey – 0
• Conwy – 1 (0.9 per 100,000 population)
• Denbighshire – 0
• Flintshire – 1 (0.6 per 100,000 population)
• Gwynedd – 4 (3.2 per 100,000 population)
• Wrexham – 3 (2.2 per 100,000 population)

BCUHB stats:
• Total confirmed COVID-19 cases from North Wales as of May 10 – 35,071

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board – the largest health board in Wales – has reported 945 people have sadly died since the start of the pandemic, according to PHW data.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, which are considered a stronger indicator of the overall impact of the virus, and which are based on all deaths where COVID is mentioned on the death certificate, stand at 1,401 for the health board area.

The national picture:
Across Wales, another 104 COVID cases were confirmed in the latest figures, meaning that 211,931 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.

There were four reported deaths on Monday, meaning the number of people to have died with confirmed cases of coronavirus remains at 5,556 in Wales.

Headline figures show that, across Wales, over 1.93m people have had their first COVID-19 jab. Of that figure, a total of 846,180 have completed the two-dose treatment.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,309.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,879 confirmed
Testing episodes:       69,599  (59,383 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.6%

BCUHB
5,013.3 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       35,071 confirmed
Testing episodes:       417,082  (59,621 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.4%
Title: Re: Latest Stats
Post by: SteveH on May 11, 2021, 03:10:15 PM
JUST one new coronavirus cases has been confirmed in North Wales.
Public Health Wales figures released on Tuesday (May 11) show that Flintshire was the only county to register a new case.

Sadly, one further death of someone who had tested positive for coronavirus in the last 28 days has been confirmed.

Over 850,000 people in Wales have had both doses of the vaccine, with nearly two million having received at least one dose.

Dr Giri Shankar, incident director for the Novel Coronavirus (Covid -19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “The variant B.1.617.2, one of the variants first identified in India, has been designated as a Variant of Concern (VOC21APR-02) due to its high transmissibility, which is comparable to the Kent variant.

PHW summary
Conwy
3,309.6 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       3,879 confirmed
Testing episodes:       69,758  (59,519 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       5.6%

BCUHB
5,013.4 confirmed cases per 100,000 population

Cases:       35,072 confirmed
Testing episodes:       417,776  (59,720 per 100,000)
Positivity*:       8.4%


BBC stats for Wales and a section on Conwy  County         cont    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-56335555 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-56335555)       
CONWY
3 cases per 100,000 people in the latest week 30 Apr-6 May. The average area in Wales had 6*.

4 cases in the latest week 30 Apr-6 May

-3compared with the previous week

3,879total cases to 10 May

187 coronavirus-related deaths registered to 16 Apr

405,516 people in the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board have had the first dose of the vaccine to 2 May