SEVEN more coronavirus-related deaths have been reported in Wales.

The latest Public Health Wales figures also show 73 more Covid cases have been reported nationwide.

Those figures cover a 24-hour period from 9am on Wednesday to 9am on Thursday.

While infection rates continue to plummet, figures in recent weeks come after nationwide testing was dismantled. Covid remains in nearly every part of Wales.

Next week, Public Health Wales will move to weekly reporting on the nation's Covid situation, focusing on broader trends of hospitalisation and deaths, rather than a more local look at cases.

Here's where the new cases have been recorded by local authority:

  • Blaenau Gwent: 2
  • Bridgend: 2
  • Caerphilly: 4
  • Cardiff: 5
  • Carmarthenshire: 5
  • Ceredigion: 0
  • Conwy: 5
  • Denbighshire: 8
  • Flintshire: 2
  • Gwynedd: 4
  • Merthyr Tydfil: 2
  • Monmouthshire: 2
  • Neath Port Talbot: 2
  • Newport: 2
  • Pembrokeshire: 3
  • Powys: 2
  • Rhondda Cynon Taf: 10
  • Swansea: 4
  • Torfaen: 3
  • Vale of Glamorgan: 3
  • Wrexham: 1
  • Ynys Môn: 1
  • Unknown location: 0
  • Resident outside Wales: 1