The latest figures released by Public Health Wales show coronavirus cases are continuing to fall in the Vale of Glamorgan over the latest 7 day reporting period.
The rolling figures, which run from 13th to 19th January show 326 cases have been reported, with 244 per 100,000 population, just above the wales wide figure of 231 per 100,000 population.
The figures is a decrease of 89.1 cases per 100,000 compared to the period between the 7th to 12th January, when a total of 445 cases were reported.
Despite the positive news, the fall is largely attributed to the Tier 4 Alert lockdown restrictions, which remain in place across Wales - with the Welsh Government next set to review rules on Friday.
As of 24th January, 41,790 vaccines have been given across the Cardiff and Vale Health Board, with 1,528 given yesterday.
The figure means 17,098 vaccines have been received across Cardiff and the Vale during the last week.
3,842 individual's aged 80 and over have received a vaccine across the CAV UHB area, with 15,084 health care workers and 3,422 social workers, 1,987 care home staff and 746 care home residents.
On Monday (25th), Public Health Wales confirmed a total of 872 new coronavirus cases have been reported across Wales in the latest 24 hour period, with 23 deaths. The 7 day case rate per 100,000 across Wales is currently at 231.
All ward areas in the Vale of Glamorgan are continuing to see a fall in coronavirus cases, with Barry Island reporting the highest case figures between the 13th and 19th January, with 40 cases reported.
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