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The Public Health Wales figures are based on the date a test was done, not the date a test was put on the system, indicating it is an accurate reflection of how quick the infection is spreading in Wales. Betsi Cadwaladr UHB had the most Covid clients in acute and general health center on September 2 with 97 followed by Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB with 64, Aneurin Bevan UHB with 63, Cardiff and Vale UHB with 54, Swansea Bay UHB with 40, Hywel Dda UHB with 38 and Powys Teaching Health Board with four. Aneurin Bevan UHB had the most with 10, Hywel Dda UHB and Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB had 9 each, Betsi Cadwaladr UHB had eight, Cardiff and Vale UHB had 7 and Swansea Bay UHB had 5. Uptake of the very first vaccinedose by concern group (according to PHW) as: Care house locals: 98.2% Care home employees: 93.9% 80 years and older: 96.2% Healthcare workers: 96.8% Social care employees: 45,783 (no portion readily available) 75-79 years: 96.9% 70-74 years: 96.3% Clinically incredibly vulnerable 16-69 years: 94.2% 65-69 years: 95.1% Clinical danger groups 16-64 years: 90.3% 60-64 years: 93.5% 55-59 years: 91.7% 50-54 years: 89.9% 40-49 years: 84.7% 30-39 years: 77.5% 18-29 years: 76.5% 16-17 years: 64.4% Uptake of the 2nd vaccine dose by priority group (according to PHW): Care house homeowners: 95.6% Care house workers: 90.8% 80 years and older: 95% Healthcare employees: 94.7% Social care workers: 45,098 (no percentage offered) 75-79 years: 96.1% 70-74 years: 95.6% Clinically exceptionally vulnerable 16-69 years: 92% 65-69 years: 94.1% Clinical danger groups 16-64 years: 86.8% 60-64 years: 92.2% 55-59 years: 90% 50-54 years: 87.7% 40-49 years: 81.2% 30-39 years: 70.9% 18-29 years: 66.3% 16-17 years: 11.1% Infection rate for every 100,000 individuals in each location for the 7 days (week up to August 30): Aneurin Bevan University Health Board Blaenau Gwent: 330.7 (up from 319.2) Newport: 387.3 (down from 400.2) Caerphilly: 393.2 (up from 384.4) Torfaen: 299.1 (down from 318.2) Monmouthshire: 243.2 (down from 252.7) Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Conwy: 437.7 (down from 451.4) Anglesey: 297 (down from 295.5) Gwynedd: 429.5 (down from 440.8) Denbighshire: 474.4 (down from 490.1) Flintshire: 279.9 (down from 290.2) Wrexham: 311.1 (down from 329.5) Cardiff and Vale University Health Board Cardiff: 313.2 (down from 322.7) Vale of Glamorgan: 335.4 (down from 360.1) Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board Merthyr Tydfil: 671.4 (up from 623.3) Rhondda Cynon Taf: 472.9 (up from 482.5) Bridgend: 390.3 (down from 399.9) Hywel Dda University Health Board Carmarthenshire: 427.5 (up from 420.6) Pembrokeshire: 418.9 (down from 427.6) Ceredigion: 312.3 (down from 335.6) Powys Teaching Health Board Powys: 314.1 (down from 327.7) Swansea Bay University Health Board Neath Port Talbot: 620.3 (up from 616.8) Swansea: 638.5 (down from 651) Wales overall: 407.2 (up from415.3) To get the latest coronavirus news sent directly to your e-mail inbox sign up for our free Covid newsletter by clicking here.

Betsi Cadwaladr UHB had the most Covid patients in general and intense health center on September 2 with 97 followed by Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB with 64, Aneurin Bevan UHB with 63, Cardiff and Vale UHB with 54, Swansea Bay UHB with 40, Hywel Dda UHB with 38 and Powys Teaching Health Board with four. Aneurin Bevan UHB had the most with 10, Hywel Dda UHB and Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB had 9 each, Betsi Cadwaladr UHB had 8, Cardiff and Vale UHB had seven and Swansea Bay UHB had five. Uptake of the very first vaccinedose by top priority group (according to PHW) as: Care house residents: 98.2% Care home workers: 93.9% 80 years and older: 96.2% Healthcare employees: 96.8% Social care employees: 45,783 (no percentage available) 75-79 years: 96.9% 70-74 years: 96.3% Clinically very vulnerable 16-69 years: 94.2% 65-69 years: 95.1% Clinical risk groups 16-64 years: 90.3% 60-64 years: 93.5% 55-59 years: 91.7% 50-54 years: 89.9% 40-49 years: 84.7% 30-39 years: 77.5% 18-29 years: 76.5% 16-17 years: 64.4% Uptake of the 2nd vaccine dose by top priority group (according to PHW): Care house homeowners: 95.6% Care house employees: 90.8% 80 years and older: 95% Healthcare workers: 94.7% Social care employees: 45,098 (no percentage available) 75-79 years: 96.1% 70-74 years: 95.6% Clinically incredibly vulnerable 16-69 years: 92% 65-69 years: 94.1% Clinical threat groups 16-64 years: 86.8% 60-64 years: 92.2% 55-59 years: 90% 50-54 years: 87.7% 40-49 years: 81.2% 30-39 years: 70.9% 18-29 years: 66.3% 16-17 years: 11.1% Infection rate for every 100,000 people in each location for the 7 days (week up to August 30): Aneurin Bevan University Health Board Blaenau Gwent: 330.7 (up from 319.2) Newport: 387.3 (down from 400.2) Caerphilly: 393.2 (up from 384.4) Torfaen: 299.1 (down from 318.2) Monmouthshire: 243.2 (down from 252.7) Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Conwy: 437.7 (down from 451.4) Anglesey: 297 (down from 295.5) Gwynedd: 429.5 (down from 440.8) Denbighshire: 474.4 (down from 490.1) Flintshire: 279.9 (down from 290.2) Wrexham: 311.1 (down from 329.5) Cardiff and Vale University Health Board Cardiff: 313.2 (down from 322.7) Vale of Glamorgan: 335.4 (down from 360.1) Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board Merthyr Tydfil: 671.4 (up from 623.3) Rhondda Cynon Taf: 472.9 (up from 482.5) Bridgend: 390.3 (down from 399.9) Hywel Dda University Health Board Carmarthenshire: 427.5 (up from 420.6) Pembrokeshire: 418.9 (down from 427.6) Ceredigion: 312.3 (down from 335.6) Powys Teaching Health Board Powys: 314.1 (down from 327.7) Swansea Bay University Health Board Neath Port Talbot: 620.3 (up from 616.8) Swansea: 638.5 (down from 651) Wales total: 407.2 (up from415.3) To get the newest coronavirus news sent directly to your e-mail inbox sign up for our totally free Covid newsletter by clicking here.
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