The Welsh communities with the highest rates of Covid
Wales Online says The latest seven-day infection rate across Wales has risen to its highest figure at any stage of the pandemic, but some communities have been affected worse than others.
In the seven days up to December 27, the number of cases per 100,000 population rose to 1,415 from 1,190.2.
Infection rates also rose in each local authority in Wales. The highest rate in Wales for the seven days from December 21 to 27 was in Merthyr Tydfil, where the figure was 1,826, followed by Rhondda Cynon Taf with 1,741, Cardiff with 1,586, and Torfaen with 1,571. The only areas where the rates were under 1,000 were Monmouthshire and Powys. You can read more coronavirus stories here.
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