No deaths of people with coronavirus in Wales in the last 24 hours
THERE have been no further deaths of people with coronavirus in Wales reported in the latest 24-hour period, Public Health Wales (PHW) has confirmed.
A further 164 positive cases were also reported.
The total number of PHW reported deaths remains at 5,403.
Dr Giri Shankar, incident director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, added the dashboard is designed to be a “rapid reporting tool which is subject to ongoing reconciliation” and that “official data are provided by the Office for National Statistics”.
First Minister Mark Drakeford said stay at home rules could be revised, following a review of lockdown measures this week.
Wales’ overall case rate has fallen to 45 cases per 100,000 people.
PHW said it should be noted there is often a lag in reporting deaths following the weekend.
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