Three more people have died with coronavirus, according to the latest Public Health Wales figures.
It takes the total number of deaths with Covid-19 in Wales to 1,625.
There were also 462 new cases of coronavirus reported on Thursday, taking the total to 24,845.
Rhondda Cynon Taf had the highest number of new cases at 68, while Swansea was second with 51. Cardiff saw 46 cases, and Flintshire had 30 new infections.
Two of the newly reported deaths were recorded in the Cwm Taf Morgannwg health board area, and one in the Betsi Cadwaladr region covering north Wales.
Only three counties in Wales now have a weekly infection rate below 20 per 100,000 population: Gwynedd, Anglesey and Pembrokeshire.
Residents in Caerphilly were told on Thursday they face another week of additional restrictions.
From Thursday evening, more than half a million people living in the north were also placed under local lockdown measures for the first time.
The new counties facing further restrictions in the north are Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham.
In the latest figures, Conwy had 18 new cases with a seven-day infection rate of 63 people per 100,000 and Denbighshire had nine cases and an infection rate of 45.
Flintshire’s 30 cases means its infection rate for the week now stands at 104, while 15 new cases in Wrexham gives it a rate of 84 per 100,000.
The total number of people who have been tested in Wales is 538,928 with 514,083 testing negative.
PHW’s figures mostly involve hospital deaths and only include cases when the virus was confirmed in a laboratory test.
The figures do not include deaths of residents from Powys in hospitals in England, although these are included in Office for National Statistics data.
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