DISCUSSIONS over what Christmas will look like are continuing across the four-nations.

An announcement over whether families are allowed to meet is expected later on today.

However, coronavirus cases and deaths continue to rise across the country.

The UK's death toll has risen by 398, bringing the total number of fatalities to 55,024.

More than 37 million tests have now been carried out.

In Wales, 72,341 people have now tested positive, with 808 new cases reported on Sunday, November 22.

Here is a full breakdown of the cases per area and deaths under the health boards.

North Wales total cases as of November 22.

Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board: 12,066

Anglesey: 873 (Rate per 100k stands at 25.7 from seven days: Nov 13-19)

Gwynedd: 1,332 (Rate per 100k stands at 24.1 from seven days: Nov 13-19)

Conwy: 1,690 (Rate per 100k stands at 37.5 from seven days: Nov 13-19)

Denbighshire: 1,716 (Rate per 100k stands at 93.0 from seven days: Nov 13-19)

Flintshire: 2,859 (Rate per 100k stands at 157.0 from seven days: Nov 13-19)

Wrexham: 3,596 (Rate per 100k stands at 129.5 from seven days: Nov 13-19)


Powys: 1,334 (Rate per 100k stands at 89.9 from seven days: Nov 13-19)


Cheshire West and Cheshire: 8,571 (Rate per 100k stands at 264.4 from the last seven days)

Shropshire: 5,318 (Rate per 100k stands at 197.4 from the last seven days)

Cheshire East: 8,429 (Rate per 100k stands at 196.8from the last seven days)

Deaths in Wales: Total 2,376

Betsi Cadwaladr: 510

Aneurin Bevan: 432

Cardiff and Vale: 337

Cwm Taf: 658

Hywel Dda: 100

Powys: 26

Swansea Bay: 309

Residents outside Wales: 4

Deaths in the Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust currently stands at 266