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Live Reporting

David Dulin and Richard Porter

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodnight

    That's the end of our live coverage today, so here's a reminder of Saturday's main developments.

    • Two more people have died in Wales, bringing the total to five
    • 89 new cases were confirmed
    • Anglesey council has asked tourists and visitors to stay away as parts of Wales saw visitors flock to parts of the country
    • Plaid Cymru calls for hotels and caravan parks to close
    • An emergency law to protect tenants will apply in Wales
    • Help will be available for children who get free school meals

    We'll have more live coverage on Sunday. Goodnight.

  2. Recycling centres close

    Earlier, Cardiff council was reporting a "high number" of vehicles at its recycling centres, but Gwynedd council has decided to close its centres.

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  3. Another plea from mountain rescue

    We heard earlier from Chris Lloyd from North Wales Mountain Rescue Association, who said it was "irresponsible" for people to be going up mountains during the outbreak.

    Now the Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team have posted on Facebook.

    Their chairman Alun Allcock says: "As a team made up wholly of volunteers with day jobs, some of these in critical occupations, our team members are thinking and making decisions about their own families and personal wellbeing which will undoubtedly impact on our ability to call a team together.

    "The advice is that if you are going to go out into the outdoors, you should walk, climb and cycle well within your capabilities so you are less likely to have to call on the services of a mountain rescue team."

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  4. Queuing for a photo

    This was the scene at the top of Pen y Fan in the Brecon Beacons earlier today as people waited to have their picture taken.

    Top of Pen Y Fan
  5. Saturday night sing-along

    Singer Katherine Jenkins has followed a number of other artists performing live concerts online. This has just taken place.

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  6. Quiet shopping streets in Cardiff

    While there were not many shoppers in Cardiff on Saturday, there were crowds in the city's parks - and even at the summit of Pen y Fan.

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    Video caption: Coronavirus: Cardiff sees quiet streets but busy parks
  7. 'Irresponsible to go up mountains'

    Chris Lloyd, from North Wales Mountain Rescue Association said people were being "irresponsible" going up mountains during the coronavirus outbreak.

    "We clearly weren't expecting a flood of people on Snowdonia today because we are actually trying to reduce the risk of team members having to deal with people who are possibly infected.

    "The message is simple - don't go on the mountains if you have the virus or have been self-isolating because if you need to be rescued, mountain rescue may not be able to help."

  8. UK confirmed cases top 5,000

    There are now 5,018 confirmed cases of Covid-19 - the disease caused by coronavirus - across the UK, according to the Department of Health.

    Officials say almost 73,000 people have been tested so far.

  9. GPs echo calls to stay away

    As reports of holiday makers visiting popular areas against the advice not to travel, a plea is being made by GPs.

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  10. Plaid calls for caravan park closures

    The Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price has written to the first minister calling for "non-essential travel" to Wales to be prevented by closing caravan sites and hotels.

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  11. 'Stay away' call for visitors

    Anglesey council leader Llinos Medi says she has been left with "no other option but to urge visitors and tourists, including those who own second homes, to stay away".

    The main concern is putting extra pressure on health services.

    "I don't think people understand the gravity of the situation," says GP Darren Cornish. Read more.

  12. Watch how germs spread and how you can prevent it

    A virology expert demonstrates how viruses can spread using UV light.

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    Video caption: Coronavirus: Watch how germs spread
  13. Beware scams, trading standards group says

    Swansea trading standards is warning people to be alert to scams playing on fears over coronavirus - like paying fraudsters for face masks which never arrive.

    "A number of the coronavirus-themed phishing emails and text messages also trick people into opening malicious attachments or revealing sensitive personal and financial details," says Mark Thomas, a Swansea cabinet member.

  14. Roads are quiet, police force says

    We've been reporting that some parts of Wales are busy, but South Wales Police says there's less traffic in its area:

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  15. New hospital to open early

    Parts of Cwmbran's new Grange University Hospital will open early, the Aneurin Bevan health board says.

    The temporary measure should provide 350 more beds by the end of April.

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  16. Minor injuries unit closing

    Barry Minor Injuries Unit is closing for a week so that staff can be redeployed. People who need to be seen urgently are being asked to go to the Emergency Unit at the University Hospital of Wales.

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  17. BreakingTwo more deaths in Wales

    Two more people in Wales have died after contracting Covid-19.

    The chief medical officer for Wales, Dr Frank Atherton, said:

    “It is with sadness I report that a further two people who tested positive for Covid-19 have died. This takes the number of deaths in Wales to five.

    “I offer my sincere condolences to their families and friends, and ask that their privacy is respected at this sad time.

    “The patients were a 75-year-old who died at Singleton Hospital, and a 98-year-old who died at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd. Both patients had underlying health conditions.”

  18. Department stores to close

    John Lewis is temporarily closing its department stores - including in Cardiff - as the BBC's business correspondent tweets:

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