Monday, 28 September Coronavirus infection rates, cases and deaths for all parts of Wales

Monday, 28 September Coronavirus infection rates, cases and deaths for all parts of Wales

Wales has recorded more than 280 new cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours.

Public Health Wells (PhW) has confirmed that 266 new lab-confirmed cases of Covid-19 were recorded on Monday, September 28 – Sunday at 3 362 and Saturday at 3 370.

The NHS added that it had not received any reports of new deaths from the virus, bringing the total to 1,612.

Three other local authorities in the Valley of Wales, Neth Port Talbot, Glamorgun and Wayne Terfen are scheduled to go to the lockdown from 6pm today.

Local bans are already in place in Cardiff, Swansea, Blaineau Ghent, Bridgend, Kerfili Borough, Carmarthenshire Llenley, Merithier Tidfill, Rhonda Sinon Taf and Newport.

Cornavirus weekly infection rates have now risen in several other places, including Denbighshire, Flintshire and Conway, which is close to the local level lockdown that the Welsh government is launching.

Belena Gowant continues to record the highest rate of infection with Wales 304 positive cases per 1004 Population in the last seven days – up to 2 on7..7 the day before.

Blaena Gowant showed a slight decrease in her test Positive rate 10.4% (Compared to 106% yesterday) but above the national average of 4.7%.

Merthyr Tydfil has the second highest infection rate 227.1 houses per 100,000, Compared to 225.4 yesterday, while Ronda Sinon Taf also topped the list with 176.2 cases per 100,000 (compared to Sunday’s 171.6).

The Welsh average is now 67.6 per 100,000 population – up from 65.3 the day before.

Main details this Monday:

  • News of death today: 0
  • Cases reported today: 286 (down from 362 on Sunday)
  • Number of new tests: 10,886 (up from 11,737 on Sunday)
  • Total deaths in Wales with lab-confirmed coronavirus: 1,612

Rhonda Sinon Taf (RCT) recorded the highest number of 56 cases on Monday, followed by Cardiff with 47 and Swansea with 26.

Other local authorities in the double figures include Carmarthenshire (18), Blaena Gowent (117), Kerfili (13), Flinshire and Marthier (12) and Glamorgan Valley (11).

Neth Port Talbot and Conway had nine, Bridges seven, Newport and Denbighshire six, Rexham, Torfain and Pavis five, English, Pembrokeshire and Guinend two and Monmotshire one.

Seridizion is the only local authority that has not recorded any new cases of the virus.

These are the total seven-day rotating total zones in new fields (September 18-24). All statistics reported as adaptation cases for the population (per 100,000 people):

Anurin Bevan University Health Board

Blaena Gowant: 304.9 (above)

Turfen: 52.1 (above)

Kerfili: 50.3 (above)

Newport: 45.9 (down)

Monmouthshire: 10.6 (above)

Betsy Cadwalder University Health Board

Conve: 43.5 (above)

Flinshire: 39.1 (unchanged)

Denbighshire: 41.8 (above)

Rexham: 26 (above)

Anglesey: 20 (below)

Guined: 12 (above)

Cardiff and Valley University Health Board

Cardiff: 69.2 (above)

Glamorgan Valley: 33.7 (down)

CWM Taf Glamorgan University Health Board

Merthyr Tydfil: 227.1 (up)

Rhonda Sinon Taf: 176.2 (above)

Bridge: 100 (below)

Hael DDA University Health Board

Carmarthenshire: .2 66.2 (down)

Pembrokeshire: 7.7 (down)

Sardigion: 8.3 (above)

Powers Teaching Health Board

Strength: 17.4 (up)

Swansea Bay University Health Board

Swansea: 97.6 (above)

Neth Port Talbot: 41.2 (above)

Wales Overall: 67.6 (above)

Dr. Giri Shankar

Public Health Wales’s novel coronavirus outbreak. Giri Shankar said: “Public Health Wells Neth Port Talbot, Glamorgan and Turfen Valley The local ban on local bans is supported by the Welsh government’s announcement.

“These new bans will take effect from today (Monday, September 26) evening. We thank the public in advance for adhering to these new restrictions that are essential to reducing the spread of the virus, protecting the elderly and vulnerable, and protecting Wales.

“We are reminding people living in areas of Wales where there are currently no measures in place to always remember the importance of complying with the rules to prevent any local restrictions.

“The new restrictions mean that people living in the affected areas will not be allowed to enter or leave the local authority area without a valid excuse.

“For the time being, they will not be able to meet inside the home with anyone they do not live with – extended families (sometimes known as ‘bubbles’) have been suspended for the time being.

“Pubs, restaurants and other licensed premises must stop selling alcohol at 10pm and only provide table services. Closed licenses, including supermarkets and other retail outlets, must stop selling alcohol at 10 p.m.

“People who can work from home must do it. Those who cannot reasonably work from home can continue to travel to our workplace outside the area affected by restrictions in a local area.

“The other seven cases in South Wales already have local bans: Bla Blana Gowant, Bridgand, Kerfili Borough, Lleenley in Carmarthenshire, Tidfill Borough in Merythy, Ronda Sinon Taf and Newport.

“More details of these rules can be found on the Welsh Government website.”

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Dr. Shankar requested that people living in Blaena Gowant, who have symptoms of Covid-19, undergo an examination after rapid growth.

“A mobile testing unit has been set up in the area. Local residents can book an exam by calling 0300 303 1222.

“The symptoms of Covid-19 are a new, persistent cough, fever and change in taste or smell (anosemia), but there may be smaller symptoms earlier.

“We encourage people with any flu symptoms, or those who are feeling generally ill, to book a test.

“In addition to effectively monitoring current and new restrictions, I would urge people to download the new NHS Covid-19 app, which was launched on Thursday (September 22, 2020).

“The application forms a central part of the NHS Wales Test Trace Protect program. We will encourage you to download and use the application in a timely manner to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. The app also notifies users of current risk levels in their postcode districts. “

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