Coronavirus figures in the Vale of Glamorgan have fallen slightly during the last seven days, with over 22,000 people receiving a coronavirus vaccine across the Health Board area.
The latest rolling figures, which run from the 28th January - 3rd February show 170 cases have been reported in the Vale of Glamorgan, a total of 127.5 per 100,000 population - above the Wales wide figure of 116 per 100,000 population.
The figure is a decrease of just 5 cases per 100,000 compared to the period between the 21st and 27th January, where a total of 177 cases were reported.
The new comes as Cardiff and Vale University Health Board has today opened its third mass vaccination centre at Holm View Leisure Centre in Barry.
As of the 8th February, 84,259 vaccines have been given across the Cardiff and Vale Health Board area, with 1,8238 given yesterday.
The figure means 22,376 vaccines have been received during the last week across Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan, with a total of 603,976 received a first dose, with 2,792 second doese.
On Monday (8th), Public Health Wales confirmed a total of 610 new coronavirus cases have been reported across Wales, with a further 12 deaths - with 5,001 reported since the start of the pandemic.
Across the Vale of Glamorgan, coronavirus cases have fallen in most local areas, with a spike in cases in the Penarth area - with 38 cases reported between 28th January - 3rd February, up from 14 cases the week prior.
Coronavirus figures by location 28th January - 3rd February: