Coronavirus figures in the Vale of Glamorgan have continued to fall, according to the latest 7 day figures released by Public Health Wales.
The rolling figures, which run from 21st - 27th January show 177 cases have been reported in the Vale of Glamorgan, with 132.5 per 100,000 population, just below the Wales wide figure of 141 per 100,000 population.
The figure is a decrease of 111.5 cases per 100,000 compared to the period between the 13th to 19th January, where a total of 326 cases were reported.
The new comes as Wales First Minster, Mark Drakeford confirmed on Friday that lockdown restrictions would continue for another three weeks, with the next Welsh Government review on 19th February.
As of the 1st February, 61,883 vaccines have been given across the Cardiff and Vale Health Board area, with 1,921 given yesterday.
The figure means 20,093 vaccines have been received during the last week across Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan.
14,212 individual's aged 80 and over have received a vaccine across the CAV UHB area, with 18,701 health care workers and 4,797 social workers, 3,485 care home staff and 1,609 care home residents.
On Monday (1st), Public Health Wales confirmed a total of 630 new coronavirus cases have been reported across Wales, with a further 21 deaths.
Across the Vale of Glamorgan, cases continue to fall, with the Gibbonsdown area in Barry showing the highest figures, with 22 cases reported between 21st and 27th January.
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