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Cases fall again in Vale with rate now third-lowest in Wales

IN THE week to February 26 the Vale recorded 52 new cases – down from 94 on the previous seven days, and 109 the week before.

The rolling weekly case rate for the region in the week to February 26 was 38.9 – the third lowest in Wales, and considerably lower than the Wales case rate average of 57.1. In the previous seven days, the weekly rolling case rate for the Vale was 70.4.

More specifically, Barry West and Rhoose recorded the highest cases in the Vale in the seven days to February 26, with eight each. Barry West had four cases the previous week while Rhoose had 12.

Penarth recorded the second highest numbers in the Vale in the week to February 19 with 14 cases, but in the seven days to February 26 there were six cases in Penarth.

The other cases for the Vale are below. You can also hover over the bars to see case numbers for each area.

  • Dinas Powys: six new cases at a rate of 74.5 (up from five the previous week)
  • Gibbonsdown: four new cases at a rate of 39.9 (down from 15 the previous week)
  • Lower Penarth and Sully: four new cases at a rate of 38.1 (down from nine the previous week)
  • Llandough and Cogan: four new cases at a rate of 45 (down from 13 the previous week)
  • Cowbridge: three new cases at a rate of 46.6 (up from two the previous week)
  • Barry Island: zero to two new cases at a rate of below 21 (down from five the previous week)
  • Barry East: zero to two new cases at a rate of below 18 (down from four the previous week)
  • Palmerstown: zero to two new cases at a rate of below 23 (down from three the previous week)
  • Llantwit Major: zero to two new cases at a rate of below 23 (down from five the previous week)
  • Peterston and Wenvoe: zero to two new cases at a rate of below 27 (the same as the previous week)
  • Ogmore and Llandow: zero to two new cases at a rate of below 34 (the same as the previous week)
  • Barry Dyfan: zero to two new cases at a rate of below 37 (up from five the previous week)

So far this week the Vale has recorded 11 cases – two on Monday, one on Tuesday, and eight on Wednesday. At this stage last week, that figure was 27.

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