NO new coronavirus related deaths have been recorded in Wales again.

Across Wales, another 35 covid cases were confirmed in the latest figures published on April 28, meaning that 211,389 people are now known to have contracted the coronavirus since the pandemic began.

There were no reported deaths on Wednesday, 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, more than 1.8m people have had their first vaccine jab. Of that figure, over 715,425 have completed the two-dose treatment.

Here in North Wales there were just six new cases of the virus reported.

They can be broken down as such:

  • Anglesey 0
  • Conwy 0
  • Denbighshire 0
  • Flintshire 1
  • Gwynedd 2
  • Wrexham 3

The seven-day infection rate in Wales as a whole is currently 11. cases per 100,000 members of the population.

In North Wales, only Gwynedd and Wrexham have higher rates than the national average.

The rates in North Wales (per 100k) are:

  • Anglesey 5.7
  • Conwy 5.1
  • Denbighshire 3.1
  • Flintshire 11.5
  • Gwynedd 20.9
  • Wrexham 19.1