Another 88 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Wales, according to new figures.
The latest statistics from Public Health Wales on Wednesday (November 11) reveal that, across the country, a further 928 cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed, bringing the total to 62,284.
Five new deaths have been recorded in North Wales and the total death toll for the region now stands at 477.
Country-wide, an additional 45 people have died, meaning 2,108 people have now passed away since the beginning of the pandemic.
In the area covered by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, there have now been 10,991 confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic.
The health board, which accounts for 22 per cent of Wales’ population, is the largest in the country.
Across Wales, there were 8,297 tests carried out in the last 24 hours – bringing the total to 1,271,495 since the beginning of the pandemic.
Here is the full list of coronavirus cases across North Wales
Betsi Cadwaladr: 88 new cases – total 10,991
Anglesey: 7 new cases – total 843
Conwy: 10 new cases – total 1,605
Denbighshire: 20 new cases – total 1,574
Flintshire: 22 new cases – total 2,454
Gwynedd: 13 new cases – total 1,258
Wrexham: 16 new cases – total 3,257
For the rest of the country
Aneurin Bevan: 166 new cases – total 10,292
Cardiff and Vale: 97 new cases – total 10,567
Cwm Taf: 268 new cases – total 13,735
Hywel Dda: 68 new cases – total 3,408
Powys: 30 new cases – total 1,129
Swansea Bay: 140 new cases – total 8,451
Unknown location: 4 new cases – total 464
Dr Giri Shankar, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “Public Health Wales strongly advises the public to take personal responsibility for their actions and to ensure that we are all doing as much as possible to limit the transmission of Coronavirus.
“We understand that people will want to carry on with their Christmas shopping now the fire-break has ended and so we would suggest to try to visit shops during off-peak times, to always maintain social distancing and to wear a face covering if you can. Options such as ‘click and collect’ or online purchasing may also be something to consider.
“Although the fire-break period in Wales has ended, we would urge everyone to be aware that this that this does not mean a return to normality. Coronavirus has not gone away, it is still active in communities across Wales, and so we all need to take steps to keep everyone safe and to prevent the transmission of the disease.
“We ask the public to observe the new regulations and to limit their contact with other people as much as possible so that we all work together to bring the numbers of positive cases down.
“This means staying out of other people’s homes, limiting the times and the numbers of people that you meet, maintaining social distancing and hand hygiene, working from home if you can, and self-isolating if you show symptoms of coronavirus or are asked to do so by contact tracers.”