THERE have been more than 4,000 new cases of coronavirus recorded in Wales in the latest update from Public Health Wales.

Since Public Health Wales no longer published data at the weekend, Tuesday's update covers the latest 72-hour period.

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There were 4,114 new cases of the virus recorded in Wales as a whole.

Sadly, an additional two Covid-related deaths were reported.

Of the cases in Wales, 964 were here in North Wales, the region covered by Betsi Cadwalader University Health Board.

The latest cases can be broken down to:

  • Anglesey 84
  • Conwy 130
  • Denbighshire 133
  • Flintshire 218
  • Gwynedd 201
  • Wrexham 198

The rolling seven-day rate of infection in Wales as a whole is now 263.3 cases per 100,000 population.

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In North Wales, only Anglesey and Conwy have lower rates of infection that the national average.

Rate of infection per 100k:

  • Anglesey 191.3
  • Conwy 202.2
  • Denbighshire 266.5
  • Flintshire 276.7
  • Gwynedd 307.5
  • Wrexham 268.5