There are 15 areas in Wales which now have a Covid-19 infection rate in excess of 100 cases per 100,000. This has jumped from three areas to 15 over the last seven days.
There are also now two areas with more than 200 cases. New data released by the Welsh Government and Public Health Wales has revealed the number of cases of Covid-19 in every community in Wales.
This data was first released on Friday, June 18. It provides the numbers for areas with an average of 7,000 people called middle super output areas (MSOA). In practice this means there are statistics for areas like Canton in Cardiff, Morriston in Swansea, and Porth in Rhondda.
The data shows there are 15 places in Wales with more than 100 cases per 100,000 of population and three where the figure exceeds 100.
You can read more about how the Delta variant is affecting Wales here.
The areas with the most cases
- Llandyrnog and Llanarmon-yn-Iâl, Denbighshire 212.5
- Conwy and Afon Roe, Conwy 210.2
- Llandudno South, Conwy 185.6
- Central Swansea, Swansea 155.6
- Ruabon and Marchwiel, Wrexham 135.8
- Rhos-on-Sea, Conwy 133.1
- Pembroke East and Manorbier, Pembrokeshire 129.9
- Flint South West, Flintshire 128.8
- Ruthin, Denbighshire 124.4
- Glynneath, Neath Port Talbo t114
- Corwen, Llanelidan and Efenechdyd, Denbighshire 113.5
- Rhyl East, Denbighshire 110.1
- Kinmel Bay and Towyn, Conwy 107.8
- Upper Colwyn Bay, Conwy 105.4
- Gronant, Ffynnongroyw and Trelawnyd, Flintshire 100.2
This map shows the number of coronavirus cases per 100,000 people for each area in the last seven days. If you can't use this map there is also a chart you can use to search for your community at the bottom of this article.
It is really important to bear in mind that this data is very volatile because it covers smaller areas. Where an area has a very small population even one positive case can push up the cases per 100,000 significantly. You should therefore be cautious about drawing too many conclusions directly from the information.
The three areas with the highest infection rates in each local authority
This is based on the weekly infection rates for the previous seven days per 100,000 people. The data is based on the rolling seven-day average between May 27 and June 2.
If there are fewer than three MSOA listed in a local authority area it is because not enough places have more than two cases.
Llain-goch and Valley 68.3
Bodedern and Rhosneigr 55.6
Ebbw Vale South and Cwm 35.4
Pen-prysg, Hendre and Felindre 67.6
Maesteg East 40.6
Central Bridgend 35.2
New Tredegar and Darran Valley 81.9
Llandaf North 69.1
Cathays South and Bute Park 63.2
Ammanford and Betws 50.5
Pembrey and Burry Port 48.1
Aberystwyth North 45.3
Llandudno South 185.6
Kinmel Bay and Towyn 107.8
Llandyrnog and Llanarmon-yn-Iâl 212.5
Corwen, Llanelidan and Efenechdyd 113.5
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Flint South West 128.8
Gronant, Ffynnongroyw and Trelawnyd 100.2
Buckley South 69.4
Blaenau Ffestiniog and Trawsfynydd 46.2
No areas with more than two cases.
Caldicot North and Caer-went 82.4
Monmouth and Wyesham 26.6
Neath Port Talbot
Dulais Valley 57.4
Pembroke East and Manorbier 129.9
Haverfordwest North 84.4
Crundale, Clynderwen and Maenclochog 55.5
Abermule, Churchstoke and Kerry 53.2
Newtown North 48.4
Llanfyllin and Llanwyddyn 32.8
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Bryn-cae and Llanharan 42.8
Check the latest case figures for your area:
Central Swansea 155.6
Vale of Glamorgan
Llantwit Major 78.1
Rhoose and Airport 75.5
Llantarnam and Oakfield 40.2
Ruabon and Marchwiel 135.8
Town North, University and Rhos-ddu 56.3
Caia Park 56