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Live Reporting

Nicholas Bourne and Ruth Thomas

All times stated are UK

  1. Good afternoon

    As we bring our live coverage to an end for the day, here's a reminder of today's developments:

    We'll be back with the latest on the pandemic in the morning.

  2. First minister applauds NHS staff

    First Minister Mark Drakeford calls key workers' efforts "a humbling reminder of the commitment of everyone on the front line".

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  3. Patient returns home after recovering from virus

    Hywel Dda University Health Board has tweeted this video of a Covid-19 patient leaving Prince Philip Hospital in Llanelli.

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  4. How has the number of cases been increasing in Wales?

    This is how the number of confirmed cases in Wales announced each day has changed since the beginning of the outbreak. The true number of cases is likely to be higher as not all people are tested.

  5. Hospital to stop treating minor injuries

    Across Wales, several NHS services are changing due to the coronavirus outbreak. The latest announcement is that from Monday, patients with minor injuries will no longer be seen at Morriston Hospital.

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  6. How many people have died in Wales?


    Another 36 people in Wales have died after testing positive for coronavirus, taking the total number to 351, Public Health Wales said in its daily update on Saturday.

    "We offer our condolences to families and friends affected," said Dr Chris Williams, the incident director for the outbreak.

  7. Where are the cases in Wales?

    Map of Wales showing cases in each council area
  8. Breaking36 more deaths in Wales

    Thirty-six more people have died in Wales after being diagnosed with Covid-19, taking the total number to 351, according to Public Health Wales.

    There have been 340 new cases, bringing the total to 4,930, although the real figure is thought to be higher as not everyone is being tested.

  9. Vandalised properties were being 'offered to key workers'

    Vandalised property

    Holiday accommodation which was being offered to key workers who cannot go home to their families has been vandalised according to North Wales Police.

    We reported earlier how local people have cleaned and painted over the "go home" messages scrawled on homes in Pwllheli, Gwynedd.

    A police statement said: "The owners of the properties and the key workers are making a significant sacrifice to contribute to the collective response to the coronavirus outbreak.

    "From our patrols we can say that the vast majority of seasonal properties are not occupied by tourists and have been given up to local people.

    "Now more than ever we cannot afford to divert our stretched emergency services away from the work of collectively tackling this pandemic.

    "Ask yourself how you would feel returning to this after a long shift keeping the community safe."

  10. Traffic cameras show quieter roads

    Traffic cameras show roads are much quieter across the network this bank holiday weekend when people could normally be expected to visit popular locations along the north Wales coast.

    A55 traffic cameras
    Image caption: Four traffic cameras showing eerily quiet A55 road junctions
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  11. Chief constable praises social distancing action

    North Wales Police Chief Constable Carl Foulkes has praised people in Trearddur Bay, Anglesey, for following social distancing advice during a foot patrol on Saturday.

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  12. Health minister welcomes UK PPE plans

    Vaughan Gething

    Wales' Health Minister Vaughan Gething has welcomed the new strategy from the UK government to get personal protective equipment (PPE) to health workers.

    Mr Gething said: "It makes sense the four UK nations work together on procurement of PPE rather than compete against each other."

    He said 8 million extra pieces of PPE had been delivered in Wales and the Welsh Government was working with military planners to refine its distribution plans.

    On Friday, UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock said PPE would be delivered daily to frontline workers across the country.

  13. Vandals daub 'go home' on resort properties

    'Go home' daubed on three properties

    A Pwllheli councillor said he was "embarrassed" to be from the Gwynedd tourist resort town when he learned vandals had painted the word "go home" on properties.

    Hefin Underwood was one of the first on the scene painting over the graffiti which he branded as "an act of vandalism".

    North Wales Police has been asked to comment.

    Mr Underwood said the area needed tourists but just "not now".

    "There are big and small businesses that depend on the work that tourists and second homes bring to the area and Gwynedd as a whole," he said.

  14. Owners urged to keep dogs on a lead

    Carmarthenshire council is calling on dog owners to keep their pets on a lead while out walking to ensure social distancing rules are followed.

    "By putting your dog on a lead, it will make sure they are under control at all times and prevent you having to chase after them and possibly running into someone else’s space," it said

    Gwynedd council said it was "more important than ever" that people looked after their local environment, such as cleaning up after their pets.

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  15. Lockdown penalties 'aren't enough of a deterrent'

    Fines issued to people who break coronavirus lockdown rules need to be greater, the Dyfed-Powys police and crime commissioner has said.

    Dafydd Llywelyn said current penalties "aren't enough of a deterrent".

    People found to be breaking the rules can be fined £60, although this is reduced to £30 if paid within 14 days.

    On Friday, First Minister Mark Drakeford said he would be prepared to look at the issue if asked to do so by police forces.

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    Meanwhile, patrol officers at Anglesey said they stopped some vehicles on Britannia Bridge, which links the island with the mainland, and found a couple of drivers with "poor excuses" for being on the road.

    In Bridgend, police tweeted that they would prosecute people on non essential journeys.

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  16. Principality Stadium hospital taking shape

    Cardiff's Principality Stadium is being turned into a 2,000-bed field hospital to ease pressure on the NHS from the coronavirus pandemic

    Len Richards, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board's chief executive, said he hoped the first 300 beds would open on Sunday.

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    Video caption: Coronavirus: Principality Stadium turns into hospital
  17. 'We've sold more Easter eggs than last year'

    Hotel Chocolat Easter egg

    While the coronavirus lockdown is preventing families and friends from meeting up to celebrate this weekend, and Easter egg hunt activities cancelled, the usual opportunities for buying and sharing chocolate treats are limited.

    But Easter egg sales are soaring online, while supermarkets are offering discounts.

  18. Rainbow trail creator reflects on global success

    A mum credited with popularising the trend of creating rainbows during lockdown has said she is "amazed" it has become a global phenomenon.

    Crystal Stanley, 31, said the rainbows were a sign of "positivity, hope and togetherness" during the crisis.

    Crystal Stanley

    In the meantime, Neath Port Talbot council says it has had a great response to its request for rainbow pictures.

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  19. 12 ways our life tasks big and small have changed

    New baby

    The current restrictions on movement are making it trickier to carry out many basic tasks, particularly for those who are self-isolating, or shielded.

    From registering a birth to visits from the bailiff - here are 12 questions you may still be asking.