The number of deaths from coronavirus in North Wales continues to increase as the latest death figures are announced

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Another 14 people died after being tested positive for coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total to 983.

Wales Public Health has recorded 174 new known cases today, which means that 10,329 people have tested positive for the disease in Wales, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

The Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Council has 51 new cases, bringing the total to 1,371 in North Wales.

The number of deaths on the board of health is 143.

Since the start of the epidemic, 91 people have now tested positive in Anglesey, 244 in Conwy, 278 in Denbighshire, 241 in Flintshire, 245 in Gwynedd and 272 in Wrexham.



The former Deeside recreation center is nearing its transformation into a field hospital to help patients during the coronavirus pandemic. The facility was renamed and renamed Deeside Rainbow Hospital
Former Deeside Recreation Center Transforms into Field Hospital

Dr. Giri Shankar, incident director for the new coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health in Wales, said: what appears to be an indication of the effectiveness of the lock-in measures. We are currently working with the Welsh government to determine the best approach when the lockdown is finally eased.

“In the meantime, the rules of social distancing remain in force. Wales Public Health fully supports the Welsh government’s revised stay-at-home regulations. The message hasn’t changed – anyone can get coronavirus, anyone can get it. Stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives.

“The new coronavirus (COVID-19) is still circulating in all parts of Wales, and the most important action we can all take to fight the virus is to stay at home. We would like to thank everyone across Wales for doing their part to help slow the spread of the virus.

“While stressing the importance of staying at home, we also want to reinforce the message from the NHS Wales that emergency and physical and mental health emergency services are always open and accessible. “

You can consult the revised regulations here.

He added, “For parents, if your child is not well and you are worried, you should ask for help. If you have urgent dental pain, you should always call your dentist. If you have a health problem that worries you and you are not leaving, you must call your general practitioner. If you or a family member is seriously ill or injured, dial 999 or go to the nearest emergency department.

“Wales Public Health continues to support the implementation of the critical worker control policy to ensure that we make full use of the current testing capacity in Wales, ensuring that the right people are tested, at the right the right place to reduce the spread of the new coronavirus (COVID-19).

Dr. Shankar said, “We will increase our testing capacity in the weeks and months to come and it will be essential for us to leverage all possible technologies to create a streamlined, digital process to support this. The Minister’s review recommendations be helpful in achieving this.

“We encourage everyone to download the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Symptom Tracker application, which has been supported by the Welsh government. The app allows users to record daily symptoms to help build a clearer picture of how the virus affects people. For more information, including how to download the app, visit covid.joinzoe.com.

“Wales Public Health is working to address the negative impact of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) on the social, mental and physical well-being of the people of Wales. Our latest campaign, “How are you?” Now online and offers practical advice from phw.nhs.wales/howareyoudoing.

“People no longer need to contact the NHS 111 if they think they have contracted a new coronavirus (COVID-19). Information on the symptoms to look for is available on the Wales Public Health website, or members of the public can use the NHS Wales verified symptom. ”

“Anyone suspected of coronavirus disease should not go to a doctor’s office, pharmacy or hospital. They should only contact NHS 111 if they feel they cannot cope with their symptoms at home, if their condition worsens, or their symptoms do not improve after seven days.

“Call only 999 if you have a life-threatening emergency.” Do not call 999 simply because you are on hold at 111. We appreciate that 111 lines are busy, but you will pass after a wait. “

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“The new policy on critical worker testing will be useful in providing advice to partners to ensure that we make full use of the current testing capacity in Wales and to allow demand for tests to increase accordingly at as we increase our capacity. Ensuring we are testing the right people, at the right time, in the right place is essential to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

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“We will be increasing our testing capacity in the weeks and months to come and it will be essential for us to leverage all possible technologies to create a streamlined, digital process to support this. The recommendations contained in the Minister’s review will be helpful in achieving this.

“We encourage everyone to download the COVID-19 Symptom Tracker application, which has been supported by the Welsh government. The app allows users to record daily symptoms to help build a clearer picture of how the virus affects people. For more information, including how to download the app, visit covid.joinzoe.com.



A matrix road sign advises motorists to stay at home
A matrix road sign advises motorists to stay at home

“Wales Public Health is working to address the negative impact of COVID-19 on the social, mental and physical well-being of the people of Wales. The new How’s it going? is now online and offers practical advice from phw.nhs.wales/howareyoudoing.

“We know staying at home can be difficult, especially when the weather is good, but the public must respect the rules of social distancing regarding staying at home and away from others, introduced by the UK and the government Welsh. These rules are available on the Public Health Wales website.

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People no longer need to contact NHS 111 if they think they have contracted a new coronavirus (COVID-19).

Information on the symptoms to look for is available on the Wales Public Health website, or members of the public can use the NHS Wales Symptom Checker.

Anyone suspected of having coronavirus disease should not go to a general practitioner, pharmacy or hospital.

They should only contact NHS 111 if they feel they cannot cope with their symptoms at home, if their condition worsens, or their symptoms do not improve after seven days.

Only call 999 if you experience a life-threatening emergency, do not call 999 just because you are waiting on 111.

We appreciate that 111 lines are occupied, but you will pass through after a wait.

Only call 999 if you experience a life-threatening emergency. Do not call 999 just because you are on hold at 111. We appreciate that 111 lines are busy, but you will get after a wait.

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