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Coronavirus: case rates suppressed in the Vale

HERE are some of the localised coronavirus statistics for Penarth and surrounding from May 1 to May 7. 

The figures from Public Health Wales (PHW) have shown which areas have the highest and lowest rates of coronavirus cases in recent days.

The new figures focus on areas containing around 2,000-6,000 households (known as Middle Layer Super Output Areas, or MSOAs) and are based on rolling case rates for the past week, the past 21 days, and since the pandemic began.

Across the Vale, Palmerstown had the highest weekly case rate in the week from May 1 to May 7 with 34.1 cases per 100,000. The number of cases confirmed there was 3. 

With case rates currently so low, and continuing to fall, even small fluctuations in new case numbers can have a big effect, often on a daily basis in terms of rolling weekly case rates.

Other figures are:

  •  Lower Penarth and Sully had 0-2 new cases with a below 20 rolling case rate
  •  Penarth had 0-2 new cases with a below 19 rolling case rate
  •  Dinas Powys had 0-2 new cases with a below 25 rolling case rate
  •  Llandough and Cogan had 0-2 new cases with a below 23 rolling case rate
  •  Llantwit Major had 0-2 new cases with a below 23 rolling case rate
  •  Ogmore-by-Sea and Llandow had 0-2 new cases with a below 34 rolling case rate
  •  Peterston-super-Ely and Wenvoe had 0-2 new cases with a below 27 rolling case rate
  •  Cowbridge had 0-2 new cases with a below 32 rolling case rate
  •  Gibbonsdown had 0-2 new cases with a below 20 rolling case rate
  •  Barry East had 0-2 new cases with a below 18 rolling case rate 
  •  Barry West had 0-2 new cases with a below 22 rolling case rate
  •  Barry Island had 0-2 new cases with a below 21 rolling case rate
  •  Barry Dyfan had 0-2 new cases with a below 37 rolling case rate
  •  Rhoose had 0-2 new cases with a below 17 rolling case rate

Public Health Wales’ total number of cases, reported to them throughout the entire coronavirus pandemic, now stands at 211,983. 

The death toll throughout the entire coronavirus pandemic in Wales is 5,557. 

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