Four areas of North Wales have seen an increase in coronavirus infection rates as another 583 cases were discovered across the region.
According to the latest Public Health Wales figures, there have been increases in Covid rates across Anglesey, Flintshire, Gwynedd, and Wrexham.
Across Wales, there were another 2,567 coronavirus cases in the 48 hours leading up to 9am yesterday, bringing the total number of cases to 518,713.
There were another five coronavirus deaths across the country, bringing the death toll to 6,433. There were three new fatalities across North Wales, bringing the total to 1,105.
Across North Wales the largest increase of cases was in Flintshire, where there were another 156.
In Anglesey there were another 74 positive test results while Conwy saw another 91.
The lowest increase across North Wales came in Denbighshirewhere there were just 61 new cases.
Meanwhile there have now been 2,470,233 first doses of the coronavirus vaccine given out while 2,267,834 people have now been double-jabbed.
There have been 42,754 third doses of the coronavirus vaccine administered with an additional 892,287 people having had their booster jab.
North Wales coronavirus cases by area
Betsi Cadwaladr as a whole: 583 new cases – total 98,055
- Anglesey: 74 new cases – total 7,674
- Conwy: 91 new cases – total 14,360
- Denbighshire: 61 new cases – total 14,604
- Flintshire: 156 new cases – total 23,034
- Gwynedd: 108 new cases – total 15,202
- Wrexham: 93 new cases – total 23,181
For the rest of Wales
- Aneurin Bevan: 472 new cases – total 98,937
- Cardiff and Vale: 487 new cases – total 83,356
- Cwm Taf: 329 new cases – total 81,857
- Hywel Dda: 287 new cases – total 49,560
- Powys: 102 new cases – total 15,197
- Swansea Bay: 240 new cases – total 69,290
- Unknown location: 9 new cases – total 3,347
Wales total: 2,509 new cases – total 499,599
Residents outside Wales: 58 new cases – total 19,114
Infection rate for every 100,000 people in each area (seven days to November 29):
- Anglesey: 643.9 (up from 619.6)
- Conwy: 379.7 (down from 381.4)
- Denbighshire: 397.1 (down from 401.3)
- Flintshire: 497.1 (up from 490.1)
- Gwynedd: 886.3 (up from 878.3)
- Wrexham: 506.8 (up from 503.8)
The national average for Wales: 471.9 (up from 464.5)
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