North Wales recorded one more coronavirus death and 399 new cases in the latest daily update.
According to the latest Public Health Wales update, there have now been 1,007 people in North Wales to die within 28 days of a positive coronavirus test.
Across the entirety of Wales, there were another five coronavirus deaths - including the one in the North - bringing the death toll to 5,760 since the start of the pandemic.
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Across the nation, there were another 1,924 new positive coronavirus tests, bringing the total number of infections during the pandemic to 312,292.
The largest increase across North Wales in the last 24 hours was in Gwynedd where there were 91 new cases, bringing the county total to 6,864 since the pandemic began.
The second-highest increase was in Conwy where there were 77 new Covid cases, while Flintshire saw another 69 positive tests in the past day.
Meanwhile in Wrexham there were another 63 cases and Denbighshire saw another 55.
The lowest increase in coronavirus cases across North Wales was in Anglesey where there were just 44 new cases.
North Wales coronavirus cases by area
Betsi Cadwaladr as a whole: 399 new cases - total 59,283
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For the rest of Wales
Wales total: 1,880 new cases - total 297,919
Residents outside Wales: 44 new cases - total 14,373
Across Wales there have now been 2,368,124 first doses of the coronavirus vaccine given out while 2,202,393 people have now been double-jabbed.
Infection rate for every 100,000 people in each area for the seven days (week up to Sep 9):
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