A further 15 people have died with coronavirus in Wales according to the latest update from Public Health Wales.
Figures show there have been 15 cases reported over the latest 24 hour period, a figure of 15 has not been reported in a day since February.
The latest seven-day infection rate across Wales based on the cases for every 100,000 people (seven days up to September 13) is up and stands at 490.1 - down on the 487.6 reported on Friday. The infection rate had previously fallen for six consecutive days.
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The local authority with the highest infection rate in Wales remains Neath Port Talbot with 743.8 cases per 100,000 population over seven days, followed by Merthyr Tydfil with 671.4 and Carmarthenshire with 647.9.
The areas of the country recording the highest numbers of Covid cases in the latest 24-hour period were Swansea with 292, RCT with 270, Cardiff with 226, Neath Port Talbot with 224, Caerphilly with 185, Flintshire with 135, Carmarthenshire with 130 and the Vale of Glamorgan with 128.
Other areas with 50 new cases or more included Gwynedd with 114, Newport with 112, Bridgend and Powys with 101, Conwy with 98, Torfaen and Merthyr with 76, Blaenau Gwent with 74, Wrexham with 73, Denbighshire with 65 and Anglesey with 58.
The only local authorities reporting under 50 cases were Pembrokeshire with 48, Monmouthshire with 32 and Ceredigion with 27.
As of September 16 there were 607 people in general and acute hospital beds with coronavirus (confirmed, suspected, and recovering) - up from 621 which was reported in the figures as of September 14.
Betsi Cadwaladr UHB had the most Covid patients in general and acute hospital beds on September 16 with 148, followed by Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB with 137, Aneurin Bevan UHB with 132,Cardiff and Vale UHB with 67, Hywel Dda UHB with 60, Swansea Bay UHB with 59, and Powys Teaching Health Board with four.
As of September 16 there were 44 people in invasive ventilated beds in Wales with coronavirus – three fewer than September 15. Hywel Dda had the most with 10, Betsi Cadwaladr had 9, Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB had seven as did Swansea Bay UHB had seven, Cardiff and Vale UHB had six and and Aneurin Bevan UHB had five.
In terms of the vaccination rollout in Wales, on Friday figures showed that 2,371,337 people have received a first dose of the Covid vaccine while 2,206,377 have had both doses.
Uptake of the first vaccine dose by priority group (according to PHW):
Uptake of the second vaccine dose by priority group (according to PHW):
Infection rate for every 100,000 people in each area for the seven days up to September 12:
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
Blaenau Gwent: 578.3 (up from 529.6)
Newport: 392.4 (down from 406.7)
Caerphilly: 639 (up from 620.2)
Torfaen: 448.1 (down from 480)
Monmouthshire: 207.2 (up from 189.2)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
Conwy: 546.1 (up from 540.9)
Anglesey: 431.2 (down from 446.9)
Gwynedd: 454.4 (down from 456.8)
Denbighshire: 485.9 (down from 493.2)
Flintshire: 418.3 (up from 384.4)
Wrexham: 372.2 (up from 389.1)
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
Cardiff: 378 (up from 372.6)
Vale of Glamorgan: 498.6 (down from 494.1)
Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board
Merthyr Tydfil: 671.4 (up from 669.7)
Rhondda Cynon Taf: 566.2 (up from 552.9)
Bridgend: 381.5 (up from 372)
Hywel Dda University Health Board
Carmarthenshire: 647.9 (down from 678.1)
Pembrokeshire: 306 (up from 293.3)
Ceredigion: 407.2 (down from 427.8)
Powys Teaching Health Board
Powys: 446.3 (up from 431.2)
Swansea Bay University Health Board
Neath Port Talbot: 743.8 (up from 730.6)
Swansea: 612.6 (down from 621.1)
Wales total: 490.1 (up from 487.6)
The ongoing pandemic has been very challenging for almost everyone and unsurprisingly it's led to some people seeing an impact on their mental health and wellbeing.
The Samaritans has put together a series of tips for taking care of your mental health at the moment, with their experts suggesting the following strategies:
There's help available if you need it
Mind Cymru infoline is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm. To contact them call 0300 123 3393.
Samaritans offers a listening service which is open 24 hours a day, on 116 123 (in the UK and Republic of Ireland this number is FREE to call and will not appear on your phone bill).
C.A.L.L. (Community Advice & Listening Line) offers emotional support and information/literature on mental health and related matters to the people of Wales and can be contacted on 0800 132 737 or through the website.
The NHS offers help and advice through its 111 service.
On Friday it was announced that people in Wales will need an NHS Covid pass to go to nightclubs and events from next month.
Follow the latest briefing on coronavirus in Wales and the response to some of the announcements here.
Speaking during Friday's Welsh Government's press conference, First Minister Mark Drakeford said: "Across Wales, coronavirus cases have risen to very high levels over the summer as more people have been gathering and meeting. Tragically, more people are dying from this terrible virus.
“The very strong advice we have from our scientific advisers is to take early action to prevent infections increasing further.
“The last thing we want is further lockdowns and for businesses to have to close their doors once again. That’s why we must take small but meaningful action now to control the spread of the virus and reduce the need for tougher measures later.”
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