THERE have been 941 new cases of coronavirus recorded in Wales.

The latest Public Health Wales figures published on Wednesday, July 21, reported that there have now been 234,168 cases of the virus recorded in the nation since the start of the pandemic.

There has been one additional covid-related death reported raising the total to 5,590.

Of the 941 new cases, 270 were here in North Wales.

Again, the Betsi Cadwalader Health Board area recorded the highest number of new cases in Wales.

The latest figures can be broken down to:

Flintshire 79

Denbighshire 70

Conwy 64

Wrexham 42

Gwynedd 11

Anglesey 4

The seven-day rolling rate of infection in Wales as a whole is now 190.1 cases per 100,000 people.

In North Wales, the rate is higher that the national average in all but two local authority areas (Gwynedd and Anglesey).

Denbighshire has the highest rate of infection in Wales at 493.2 per 100,000.

The latest figures can be broken down to:

Denbighshire 493.2 (per 100k)

Conwy 354.1

Wrexham 323.6

Flintshire 292.8

Gwynedd 120.4

Anglesey 117.1