Wales has reported no new coronavirus deaths in the latest figures released on Monday.
New data published by Public Health Wales (PHW) reported a further 50 new positive coronavirus cases, bringing the total to 210,447 since the pandemic began.
The total number of lab-confirmed coronavirus deaths in Wales remains at 5,531.
The infection rate across Wales has fallen again and now stands at 17.5 cases per 100,000 people for the seven days leading up to April 7, a drop from 17.6 on Sunday.
All of Wales' local authorities are now reporting fewer than 35 cases per 100,000 people for the seven days up to April 7. Six of them reported zero new positive cases on Monday.
Meanwhile the percentage of tests coming back with positive results is now 2%, significantly below the key benchmark of 5%.
The latest figures also show that 1,587,851 people have received the first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine and 528,199 people have had both doses.
Uptake of the first vaccine dose by priority group (according to PHW):
- Care home residents: 15,095 (97.4%)
- Care home workers: 34,005 (89.3%)
80 years and older: 166,471 (95.2%)
- Healthcare workers: 132,649 (93.2%)
- Social care workers: 44,709 (no percentage available)
- 75-79 years: 127,624 (95.8%)
- 70-74 years: 174,897 (95.2%)
- Clinically extremely vulnerable 16-69 years: 75,250 (92.4%)
- 65-69 years: 168,301 (93.3%)
- Clinical risk groups 16-64 years: 292,209 (82.9%)
- 60-64 years: 186,181 (90.5%)
- 55-59 years: 204,545 (87.5%)
- 50-54 years: 183,951 (80.7%)
- 40-49 years: 171,127 (43.7%)
- 30-39 years: 102,444 (24.4%)
- 18-29 years: 79,117 (17.1%)
Cardiff reported the most cases on Monday with nine followed by Flintshire with six and Gwynedd with five.
RCT and Carmarthenshire had four each while Swansea had three.
Caerphilly, Newport, Anglesey, Conwy, Bridgend, Powys and Neath Port Talbot all had two, while Wrexham, Vale of Glamorgan and Powys had one.
Blaenau Gwent, Monmouthshire, Torfaen, Denbighshire, Merthyr Tydfil and Ceredigion all had no new cases.
Cases per 100,000 based on seven-day rolling average (April 1 to April 7):
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
Blaenau Gwent: 15.7 (up from 12.9)
Newport: 14.2 (unchanged)
Caerphilly: 12.1 (up from 11)
Torfaen: 14.9 (down from 16)
Monmouthshire: 2.1 (unchanged)
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
Conwy: 12.8 (up from 11.1)
Anglesey: 31.4 (up from 22.8)
Gwynedd: 21.7 (down from 26.5)
Denbighshire: 9.4 (down from 10.4)
Flintshire: 11.5 (down from 13.5)
Wrexham: 17.7 (down from 20.6)
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
Cardiff: 31.6 (down from 32.4)
Vale of Glamorgan: 15 (unchanged)
Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board
Merthyr Tydfil: 11.6 (down from 19.9)
Rhondda Cynon Taf: 18.7 (up from 17.4)
Bridgend: 10.9 (up from 7.5)
Hywel Dda University Health Board
Carmarthenshire: 8.5 (down from 9)
Pembrokeshire: 10.3 (down from 13.5)
Ceredigion: 5.5 (up from 2)
Powys Teaching Health Board
Powys: 9.1 (up from 6.8)
Swansea Bay University Health Board
Neath Port Talbot: 18.8 (down from 20.2)
Swansea: 31.6 (down from 32)
Wales total: 17.5 (down from17.6)
On Monday a number of restrictions were eased including:
Dr Giri Shankar, incident director for the novel coronavirus outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: "While this easing of restrictions following the declining number of positive cases is welcome, we would remind the general public that coronavirus is still circulating in our communities and a large number of people have not been fully vaccinated.
"It is therefore vital that people observe social distancing, where face coverings when in indoor spaces, and wash hands regularly. These actions will help to prevent transmission of the virus.
"As schools return please do not send your child to school if they are unwell, even if you are not sure if they have coronavirus.
“"When you take your child to school, always keep your distance from other parents, wear a face covering, and don’t stay around and chat. Please don’t invite other children or their parents to your home to play or stay indoors, even if they are in the same bubble at school. We need to continue to limit the numbers of people we meet socially to minimise spread of the virus.
"Welsh Government restrictions state that you should not go into any other household or mix indoors with other people who you don’t live with. Currently a maximum of six people from two households can meet outdoors, including in private gardens. Please continue to work from home if at all possible."
The Welsh Government also announced last week that gyms and leisure centres will be able to open from May 3 - instead of 10 May - while two households can "bubble up" to meet indoors from the same date. Wedding receptions outdoors for up to 30 people will be allowed from April 26, also moving forward a week.