Twenty-four new cases of the coronavirus have been recorded in North Wales, according to the latest figures.
The latest data from Public Health Wales brings the total number of cases in the region to 35,300 since the start of the pandemic.
The new total is more than double the nine cases yesterday.
New cases were recorded in all parts of North Wales except Denbighshire, which recorded no new cases, while Gwynedd recorded the largest increase of nine.
Across Wales, there have been only 71 new cases recorded, bringing the total number in the country to 212,999 since the start of the pandemic.
The only region in Wales not to register any new cases in today’s update is the Powys.
North Wales coronavirus cases by area
Betsi Cadwaladr as a whole: 24 new cases – total 35,300
Anglesey : 4 new cases – total 2,318
Conwy: 7 new cases – total 3,937
Denbighshire: 0 new cases – total 4,358
Flintshire: 2 new cases – total 9,676
Gwynedd: 9 new cases – total 3,450
Wrexham: 2 new cases – total 11,561
For the rest of the country
Aneurin Bevan: 8 new cases – total 41,835
Cardiff and Vale: 1 new case – total 33,883
Cwm Taf: 2 new cases – total 40,809
Hywel Dda: 11 new cases – total 16,149
Powys: 0 new cases – total 4,210
Swansea Bay: 13 new cases – total 29,395
Unknown location: 0 new cases – total 1,923
Wales total: 59 new cases – total 203,504
No new coronavirus deaths have been recorded in the latest figures in Wales, with the total remaining at 5,569.
But a total of 948 people have died in the Betsi Cadwaladr health council area since the start of the pandemic.
Public Health Wales no longer issues a daily statement on the current coronavirus situation in Wales.