Wales Coronavirus Updates

Wales Cases Map

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What to Do

If you are displaying any signs of coronavirus symptoms, such as:
- a high fever,
- a dry cough,
- or shortness of breath,
then you must follow the government guidelines to self isolate. Do not visit a hospital, GP, or pharmacy.
Call 111 if your symptoms worsen or do not improve for 7 days. Only call 999 if you have an emergency.
For more information, see the Gov.uk guide.
You can check your symptoms on the NHS Wales coronavirus symptom checker site here.

About the Data

The data shown above has been collected from Public Health Wales. Due to the differing methods of data release for regional areas of Wales, the regional data is limited to the date when Public Health Wales began releasing information based on NHS regions, rather than local data. On April 8, Public Health Wales began releasing limited local data on the Rapid COVID-19 surveillance site. This site does not include historical data for local areas.
Testing data for Wales was released again from April 8. The data is limited in scope. It includes 'testing episodes' - people who are tested more than once within a 6-week period are only counted once. The total number of tests (including those who have been tested more than once) is slightly higher.
The locations of deaths around Wales have not been frequently released, and therefore that data has not been included above.
Updates are generally released at 2pm GMT, and this site is updated every Tuesday.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do the daily deaths and cases change every day?

At present, many deaths and cases are released on the most recent day and then later added to the correct date. This most commonly occurs with the death data, as some deaths are released weeks after they happened. As a result, the daily death rate and cases are constantly changing.

Who made this site?

This site is a personal project that is not affiliated with any organisation or government entity. Although best efforts are made to make sure the data is as accurate and up-to-date as possible, there are occasionally some errors or typos. If you notice a mistake that is not quickly rectified, please send an email to contact@coronainfo.uk. If you find this site useful, please share it with your friends or consider sending a donation.