NORTH Wales continues to see high numbers of new positive coronavirus cases being reported. 

Latest figures from Public Health Wales show 941 new cases from across Wales and one further death meaning 5,590 people in Wales have died since the pandemic began. 

Denbighshire and Flintshire both reported more than 70 new cases yesterday while there were 64 in neighbouring Conwy and 42 in Wrexham. 

Though Cardiff continues to record the highest number of new cases, at 99, its rate per 100,000 people is 27 compared to 50.6 in Flintshire, where 79 new positive cases were reported, and 54.6 in Conwy. 

Denbighshire, where 70 new cases have been recorded, has the highest rate of cases per 100,000 people in Wales at 73.1. 

In total, since the pandemic began, there have been 234,168 positive cases in Wales. 

Where are the new  cases?   

Blaenau Gwent: 11 

Caerphilly: 52 

Monmouthshire: 29 

Newport: 41 

Torfaen: 27 

Anglesey: 4 

Conwy: 64 

Denbighshire: 70 

Flintshire: 79 

Gwynedd: 11 

Wrexham: 42 

Cardiff: 99 

Vale of Glamorgan: 26 

Bridgend: 54 

Merthyr Tydfil: 23 

Rhondda Cynon Taf: 58 

Carmarthenshire: 21 

Ceredigion: 13 

Pembrokeshire: 25 

Powys: 33 

Neath Port Talbot: 22 

Swansea: 61 

Unknown location: 8 

Resident outside Wales: 68