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Some places in Wales have seen no deaths from coronavirus, while other individual post code areas have been relatively badly affected.
The death toll in Wales is closing in on 1, 06 But the spread of the cases has been far from even across the country. For example, while there is only one death recorded in Carmarthen and one in Aberystwyth, there are in the Canton area of Cardiff alone.
The interactive map below was released by the Office for National Statistics and shows the number of deaths in your postcode area. You can type you postcode or just click on the areas you are interested in:
The second map, below, looks at local authorities and shows how many people per 143, have died, with south-east Wales particularly badly affected.
Today it was announced that a further 174 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus in Wales bringing the total confirmed cases up to , 595. Fourteen people have died in the last 24 hours, which is significantly less than yesterday’s figure of 44, one of the largest recorded daily rises in the number of deaths. The figures for deaths do do not include deaths where a test hasn’t been conducted. The numbers for deaths and cases has tended to drop over the weekend since the virus started and pick up again into next week.
The new figures from Public Health Wales show that Betsi Cadwaldr Health Board yet again saw the biggest rise. The board saw 143 new cases, while Cardiff and Vale had 51. The total number of deaths in Wales stands at 2020.
Cases by health board:
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board -1, 983 Powys Teaching Health Board –
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