More than 360 new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded in North Wales, according to the latest official figures. Statistics from Public Health Wales published on Wednesday (March 16) show that the number of people to die with Covid-19 in North Wales since the start of the coronavirus pandemic remains at 1,261.
Meanwhile, one further death was reported nationwide. A further 369 cases were reported in North Wales in today’s figures, taking the number of recorded infections across the region to 160,983. Today’s update covers the 24-hour period up to 9am on Tuesday.
Wrexham had the highest number of new cases in the Betsi Cadwaladr health board area with 94, followed by Flintshire with 88 and Gwynedd with 57. The lowest number of new cases was again in Conwy where there were 38 new cases recorded.
Seven-day infection rates have risen across all areas of North Wales. The latest figures cover the week up to March 11.
Across the country, 1,878 new cases were reported. It takes the total number of recorded infections since the start of the pandemic in Wales to 833,509, while 7,051 people have now died.
There have now been 2,523,930 first doses of the coronavirus vaccine given out in Wales, while 2,394,178 people have been double-jabbed. Additionally, 61,593 people have been given a third dose.
The figures also show that 1,925,139 people have had a booster. Boosters and third doses are recorded separately, with the third dose given to those who are considered immunosuppressed.
North Wales coronavirus cases by area:
Betsi Cadwaladr as a whole: 369 new cases – total 160,983
- Anglesey: 45 new cases – total 13,944
- Conwy: 38 new cases – total 25,005
- Denbighshire: 47 new cases – total 23,252
- Flintshire: 88 new cases – total 37,225
- Gwynedd: 57 new cases – total 25,419
- Wrexham: 94 new cases – total 36,138
For the rest of Wales:
- Aneurin Bevan: 379 new cases – total 155,315
- Cardiff and Vale: 367 new cases – total 132,925
- Cwm Taf: 251 new cases – total 125,817
- Hywel Dda: 214 new cases – total 82,171
- Powys: 55 new cases – total 24,904
- Swansea Bay: 170 new cases – total 107,266
- Unknown location: 9 new cases – total 5,037
Wales total: 1,814 new cases – total 794,417
Resident outside Wales: 64 new cases – total 39,092
The infection rate for every 100,000 people in each area (seven days to March 11):
- Anglesey: 231.3 (up from 191.3)
- Conwy: 220.1 (up from 202.2)
- Denbighshire: 283.2 (up from 266.5)
- Flintshire: 300.4 (up from 276.7)
- Gwynedd: 329.2 (up from 307.5)
- Wrexham: 285.4 (up from 268.5)
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