EVERY county in North Wales reported a rise in new coronavirus cases, latest figures show.

Data released by Public Health Wales on September 18 shows that North Wales reported 25 new cases of Covid-19.

This includes seven in Flintshire, seven in Conwy, four in Anglesey, three in Wrexham, three in Gwynedd and one in Denbighshire.

Wrexham remains the county with the highest number of positive cases with 1,475 followed by Denbighshire with 857, Flintshire with 856, Conwy with 799, Gwynedd with 664 and Anglesey with 491.

The Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board reported no new deaths, meaning the total remains at 421.

Nationally, a total of 185 new coronavirus cases were reported across Wales with one new death.

Since recording began, a total of 442, 386 people have been tested for the virus.