Covid deaths remain at zero in Wales for second day running
Data trends show lower case numbers, fewer deaths and a high vaccine rollout
THERE have been zero Covid deaths in Wales for the past two days and positive hospital admissions have fallen to the lowest number since September.
As a result of sustained falls in Covid rates, from tomorrow the ‘stay local’ guidance that restricted movement in Wales will be relaxed, meaning that people can travel to anywhere in Wales with their household and up to six people from two households can meet outside.
Today, there are just 11.2 cases per 100,000 population in Cardiff which has dropped drastically from 348.6 cases per 100,000 population in January.
The number of daily Covid deaths in Wales has continued to drop and for the past two days, there have been zero deaths attributed to coronavirus.
In January, there were highs of 58 deaths per day which has fallen since the beginning of the vaccine rollout.
For the Cardiff and the Vale NHS board area, the number of hospital admissions with a positive Covid test keeps falling.
There are now 18 confirmed case admissions, which is the lowest number since September last year.
The successful vaccination rollout in Wales could be the reason for the reduction in hospital admissions.
As of this week, 1,320,188 individuals have received their first dose of the vaccine and almost 400,000 have received their second jab too.