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Live Reporting

Rachel Flint, Peter Shuttleworth, Richard Porter and Ruth Thomas

All times stated are UK

  1. Good night

    As we draw our live updates service to a close for the night, here's a reminder of the main developments today:

    • The Queen will stress the value of self-discipline and resolve during the coronavirus pandemic in a special address this evening. In a rare speech, she will acknowledge the grief, pain and financial difficulties Britons are facing during this "time of disruption".
    • He also said the Welsh Government was prepared to introduce tougher measures if people did not stay at home. It would "rather not" ban exercise outside the home, but it would be "a possibility" if more measures were needed.

    The live updates team will be back with the latest in the morning.

  2. Running a marathon... in the garden

    Former Wales rugby captain Ryan Jones ran a marathon in his garden on Saturday.

    He completed the run in under five hours to raise money for the Swansea Bay University Health Board charitable fund.

    And in Cerrigydrudion, Conwy county, Ceri Norton ran 42.2 loops of her garden to raise money for Wrexham Maelor hospital.

    Ceri, her boyfriend and her dad, took on the challenge - completing a 1km loop to finish the race. Ceri has run three marathons previously and said she was lucky to have a large garden.

    Ceri Norton on the left
  3. Four ways to protect yourself from coronavirus

    The BBC Health team talks through the NHS advice about protecting yourself from COVID-19.

    Video content

    Video caption: Coronavirus: How do I protect myself?
  4. Virtual Grand National raises money for charity

    The virtual Grand National - a computerised version of one of the UK's annual sporting highlights - has raised over £2.6m for NHS Charities Together.

    With the National cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic, a virtual race - using CGI technology and special algorithms - took place on Saturday.

    Bookmakers paid out on the bets placed on 18-1 Welsh "winner" Potters Corner, but will donate profits from losing bets to the NHS.

    Virtual Grand National
  5. Training in quarantine

    Welsh triathlete Non Stanford talks about training while in quarantine at a hotel in Sydney and how the former world champion is using the limited space around her.

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  6. Wales wait on New Zealand and Japan summer tour verdict

    New Zealand Rugby chief executive Mark Robinson says any official decision to call off Wales' summer tour is a "little way away".

    The Wales team is scheduled to visit Japan for a one-off Test on 27 June, before two Tests in New Zealand in July.

    Welsh Rugby Union chairman Gareth Davies has said the tour could be called off because of the coronavirus crisis.

    Alun Wyn Jones
  7. 'Surge' in new cases - Dr Harries

    Dr Jenny Harries

    Dr Jenny Harries, the deputy chief medical officer for England - who is from Monmouth - points out there has been a "surge" in the number of new cases in the UK over the past 24 hours, but adds that the cases will need to be watched over time.

    "As our testing capacity increases, inevitably we will find more cases," she said at the daily UK government briefing.

    Speaking about hospital admissions in England, she adds that all hospitals have capacity to "manage these cases".

    "We're hoping in due course… that those cases will start to fall," she says.

  8. Bike theft medic given new machine by pro cyclist Rowe

    An intensive care medic who had his bike stolen while on shift at Wales' largest hospital is being given a new bike by a Tour de France cyclist.

    Welsh Commonwealth Games rider Luke Rowe has offered Tom Roberts a new bike after the anaesthetic registrar had his taken while he was working at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff on Saturday.

    The 32-year-old tweeted about the theft, prompting Rowe and former Olympic champion Chris Boardman to offer him a replacement.

    "Seeing all the offers of help restores your faith in people," said Dr Roberts, who added he will recieve his bike from Rowe on Monday.

    Geraint Thomas and Luke Rowe
    Image caption: Luke Rowe helped fellow Welshman Geraint Thomas win the 2018 Tour de France
  9. Scotland's chief medical officer apologises

    Dr Catherine Calderwood

    Police have issued a warning to Scotland's chief medical officer for visiting her second home in Fife during the coronavirus lockdown.

    Dr Catherine Calderwood has apologised "unreservedly" and said she would continue to focus on her job.

    Blaenau Gwent AM Alun Davies has responded to the story on Twitter by saying: "One of the lessons that I've learnt in public office is that you cannot ask others to do something that you're not prepared to do yourself."

  10. Exercise out of the home could be banned - Hancock

    People wearing a mask run in Battersea Park on Sunday 5 April

    The UK Government's health secretary Matt Hancock has warned people must "follow the rules" on staying at home and social distancing.

    Earlier, Welsh Health Minister Vaughan Gething said the Welsh Government was prepared to introduce tougher measures if people did not stay at home.

    He said a "judgement would have to be made of further measures" ahead of the Easter weekend and that the Welsh Government would "rather not" ban exercise outside the home, but it would be "a possibility" if more measures were needed.

  11. How the daily UK figures compare

    The latest UK figures show a slight fall in the number of daily recorded deaths connected with Covid-19, from 708 reported on Saturday to 621 on Sunday.

    The total numer of confirmed cases is now 47,806, a rise of 5,903 from the previous day. This is higher than the daily increase of 3,735 reported on Saturday.

  12. 355 new confirmed coronavirus cases in Wales

    Wales has had 3,197 people diagnosed with Covid-19 since the first positive test on 28 February.

    Public Health Wales announced this afternoon there has been 355 new confirmed cases in Wales in the last day - that's the second-highest overnight total so far. They also warned the true number of cases is likely to be higher.

    This graph shows the number of new people who have tested positive for Covid-19 in Wales by date announced.

    graph
  13. Wales' coronavirus death toll up to 166

    Public Health Wales have announced this afternoon that another 12 people have died with Covid-19 in Wales.

    The total number to have died so far is now 166.

    This graph shows the numbers of deaths announced each day in Wales.

    Graph
  14. What's it like on the roads today?

    Police are reporting roads are generally quieter but that some people are still not "abiding by government guidelines" to avoid non essential journeys, according patrol officers in Carmarthenshire.

    In Monmouthshire, police said they had spoken to some cyclists covering "huge distances".

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    Meanwhile, Traffic Wales reported that its patrols had not seen any caravanners on the road across north and mid Wales on Sunday morning.

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  15. Where are the cases in Wales?

    Wales map
  16. Breaking12 more deaths announced

    A further 12 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus, taking the number of deaths in Wales to 166, according to Public Health Wales.

    A total of 355 new cases have tested positive for the virus in Wales, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 3,197, although the true number of cases is likely to be higher.

  17. City billboards and posters warn people to 'stay home'

    Billboards normally advertising concerts and shopping events are being used to thank people for staying at home.

    The signs, in Cardiff City Centre, ask people to abide by the restrictions, "protect the NHS" and "save lives".

    South Wales Police officers tweeted pictures of the signs and posters as they patrolled the city.

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  18. Cooking 'number one' cause of house fires

    South Wales Fire and Rescue Service is urging people cooking and baking during their time in isolation to stay safe.

    The service tweeted a video with top tips on how to avoid accidents while whipping up a meal.

    It said that cooking remained the number one cause of accidental fires in the home.

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  19. Where are the field hospitals in Wales?

    Map of field hospital locations

    The NHS in Wales is adding about 7,000 extra beds to cope with an expected surge in demand with sports centres among the buildings being used as field hospitals:

    • 2,000 beds at Cardiff's Principality Stadium for Cardiff and Vale Health Board.
    • 350 beds at the new £350m Grange University Hospital in Cwmbran for Aneurin Bevan Health Board. Plus 36 beds at St Joseph's private hospital in Newport
    • 870 beds at Llandudno's Venue Cymru, Deeside Leisure Centre and Bangor University for Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board
    • 900 beds at the Welsh Rugby Union's training HQ in Hensol, Ty Trevithick in Abercynon, and care home and community beds in Cwm Taf health board
    • 660 beds at Llanelli's Parc y Scarlets rugby ground, Bluestone holiday village in Narberth, Llanelli's Selwyn Samuel Centre and Carmarthen's Werndale Hospital.
    • 1,400 beds at the Ospreys rugby Llandarcy Academy of Sport, Swansea's Bay Studios and Sancta Maria private hospital