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Political editor, Wales
NHS Wales chief executive Andrew Goodall urges people to stay home and save lives over Easter.
There have been 41 more people with coronavirus who have died in Wales, according to Public Health Wales.
It takes the total number of deaths since the start of the virus pandemic to 286.
There were another 16 cases, taking the total to 4,089.
However, today’s figures reflect a much shorter period of six hours of testing, said health officials, with the increase in case numbers expected to return to normal on Friday.
Wales' biggest aerospace employer Airbus has told workers it is cutting production due to falling demand.
The plane-maker employs about 6,000 at its site in Broughton, Flintshire, where wings for all its commercial planes are built.
Airbus said it had released 500 temporary staff at its sites in Broughton, Flintshire and Filton in Bristol.
The remaining workforce has had its Easter break extended to 20 April.
The cuts are because of reduced demand for the wings made in Wales for planes assembled in Spain, France and Germany .