Three more people have died with coronavirus in Wales and more than 300 more cases of coronavirus in Wales have been diagnosed.
Figures from Public Health Wales (PHW) show that there were 320 new lab-confirmed cases of Covid-19 recorded on Friday, September 25 - a slight drop from the 348 recorded the day before.
PHW also confirmed that three people had died with lab-confirmed coronavirus, taking the total since the pandemic began in Wales to 1,609.
Blaenau Gwent, which is one of six local authorities currently under a local lockdown, recorded 201.8 positive cases per 100,000 population in the last week - by some way the most of any local authority in Wales.
Only four local authorities in England have higher rates in the last week - Bolton 218.4, South Tyneside 205.3, Burnley 204.7 and Knowsley 204.2.
Blaenau Gwent also had a test positivity rate of 11.9%, way above the national average of 4.6%. In the last seven days, Blaenau Gwent (population 69,000) has had more positive cases, 141, than Cardiff (population 367k), which has had 139 cases and has also been put into local lockdown.
Merthyr Tydfil (169.1) and Rhondda Cynon Taf (128.5) continued to have very high cases per 100,000, while the Wales average per 100,000 population is now at 44.9 - up from 43.2 the day before.
These are the key details on Friday:
Rhondda Cynon Taf (RCT) had the highest number of new cases recorded on Friday with 48 (although that was down from 76 yesterday), followed by Blaenau Gwent with 35, Bridgend with 31, Cardiff with 29 and Swansea with 28.
Merthyr Tydfil had 20 new cases, Neath Port Talbot had 19, Flintshire had 16, Caerphilly had 12, Carmarthenshire had 11, Conwy and Denbighshire had nine, Newport and Wrexham had eight, Vale of Glamorgan had seven, Powys and Torfaen had four, Gwynedd and Monmouthshire had three and Pembrokeshire had two.
Anglesey and Ceredigion had no new positive cases of the virus.
These are the areas with the highest seven-day rolling totals for new cases. All figures are reported as cases adjusted for population (per 100,000 people):
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
Caerphilly: 35.3 (Down)
Newport: 33.6 (Down)
Blaenau Gwent: 201.8 (Up)
Torfaen: 28.7 (Unchanged)
Monmouthshire: 9.5 (Up)
Betsi Cadwaldr University Health Board
Conwy: 26.4 (Up)
Denbighshire: 26.1 (Up)
Flintshire: 26.3 (Up)
Anglesey: 17.1 (Down)
Wrexham: 12.5 (Up)
Gwynedd: 6.4 (Down)
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
Cardiff: 37.9 (Down)
Vale of Glamorgan: 24 (Down)
Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board
Merthyr Tydfil: 169.1 (Up)
Rhondda Cynon Taf: 128.5 (Down)
Bridgend: 77.5 (Up)
Hywel Dda University Health Board
Carmarthenshire: 45 (Down)
Pembrokeshire: 10.3 (Up)
Ceredigion: 4.1 (Unchanged)
Powys Teaching Health Board
Powys: 7.6 (Up)
Swansea Bay University Health Board
Swansea: 56.3 (Up)
Neath Port Talbot: 25.8 (Up)
Wales overall: 44.9 (Up)
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On Friday afternoon, Health Minister Vaughan Gething confirmed that Cardiff, Swansea and the Carmarthenshire town of Llanelli would all be placed under a local lockdown this weekend.
Lanelli's lockdown comes into force at 6pm on Saturday and the lockdowns in Cardiff and Swansea will start at 6pm on Sunday. Mr Gething urged the people of the two cities not to “treat this weekend as a final blow-out".
The changes mean around 1.5m people in eight council areas and one town will be under local restrictions - just under half the Welsh population.
"In Llanelli we have a particular challenge around the town that is well identified, a significant spread that is not in control," said Mr Gething.
"We've spoken to the local authority, we've spoken to the local health board and we understand the need to act and act as soon as possible.
Mr Gething said local restrictions have been reviewed for Caerphilly, which has been in lockdown for a fortnight.
He said since they were introduced in the county there has been a steady fall in the number of cases.
He said there have been very high levels of compliance, which has made a "real difference". Restrictions will, however, remain in place for the next seven days at least.