The number of coronavirus deaths in the UK has fallen by almost 27% in the last seven days.
There has been an 11.1% decrease in the number of cases diagnosed in the UK, compared to the previous seven days.
On Monday, February 22, 10,641 people were confirmed positively tested and 178 deaths were reported within 28 days of a positive coronavirus test.
It will bring the total number of deaths, within 28 days of a positive test, to 120,757.
The Department of Health also states that there are now 4,126,150 laboratory confirmed cases as of Monday, February 22nd.
In all, more than 83 million tests were performed.
In Wales, 202,007 people have now tested positive for the virus, with 319 new cases reported today.
The death toll in North Wales is now at 861, although Covid-19 deaths across Wales are now suspected to be at 5,246 following a further nine deaths reported on 22 February.
Here is the full list of coronavirus cases across Wales as reported on 22 February:
Betsi Cadwaladr: 100 new cases – 32,368 in total
Anglesey: 7 new cases – 1,918 in total
Conwy: 19 new cases – 3,449 in total
Denbighshire: 14 new cases – 4,093 in total
Flintshire: 25 new cases – 9,014 in total
Gwynedd: 13 new cases – a total of 2,852
Wrexham: 22 new cases – 11,042 in total
For the rest of the country
Aneurin Bevan: 63 new cases – 39,871 in total
Cardiff and Vale: 47 new cases – 32,181 in total
Cwm Taf: 33 new cases – 39,572 in total
Hywel Dda: 23 new cases 15,330
Powys: 7 new cases – 3,879 in total
Swansea Bay: 29 new cases – 27,845 in total
Unknown location: 3 new cases – 1,812 in total
Deaths in Wales:
Betsi Cadwaladr: 861
Aneurin Bevan: 934
Cardiff and Vale: 735
Cwm Taf: 1,457
Hywel Dda: 440
Swansea Bay: 751
Residents outside Wales: 10
Full list of cases in the North West as of 22 February:
A total of 568,578 people have been positive for Covid-19 in the North West of England.
Liverpool = 46,824
Sefton = 22,927
Wirral = 23,465
St Helens = 16,197
Knowsley = 16,833
Halton = 11,462
Manchester = 49,289
Oldham = 21,352
Stockport = 19,217
Trafford = 15,469
Rochdale = 19,529
Tames Side = 16,688
Bury = 16,091
Bolton = 23,867
Wigan = 26,910
Salford = 21,478
Cheshire East = 19,462
Cheshire West and Chester = 20,354
Warrington = 16,821
Full list of places where deaths were recorded in the North West on 22 February:
NHS North West England (Cheshire and Merseyside)
Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust = 1,406
Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust = 596
Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust = 581
Cheshire Hospitals Mid NHS Foundation Trust = 465
St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust = 659
Southport and Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust = 385
East Cheshire NHS Trust = 308
Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust = 449
Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust = 36
Alder Hey Children ‘s NHS Foundation Trust = 5
NHS Foundation Trust Cheshire and Wirral Partnership = 4
Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust = 5
North West County NHS Healthcare Foundation Trust = 4
NHS North West England (Greater Manchester)
Pennine Blade Hospitals NHS Trust = 1,500
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust = 1,081
Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust = 733
NHS Bolton Foundation Trust = 602
NHS Stockport Foundation Trust = 515
Royal Salford NHS Foundation Trust = 475
Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust = 9
North West Nightingale NHS Hospital = 6
Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust = 7
NHS North West England (Lancashire and South Cumbria)
Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust = 727
East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust = 974
Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust = 656
Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust University Hospitals = 553
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