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Coronavirus 18 June 2021 - 4.00pm

This is today's round-up of the latest Coronavirus news on Friday 18 June 2021.

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Coronavirus stats 18 Jun 2021

Latest update on Covid-19 cases in Swansea

New cases reported in the last seven days: 67

New cases reported per 100,000 in the last seven days: 27.1

 

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Covid-19 update

The First Minister announced today there will be no changes to the current Covid-19 rules for at least another four weeks due to rising numbers contracting the Delta version of the virus. The Welsh Government has also issued further information about what's permitted for weddings, civil partnerships and wakes. There's more information here: https://gov.wales/rule-changes-hold-4-weeks-delta-spreads 

 

Want a walk-in vaccination?

If you've not had a jab and you're aged 18 to 39 you can get your first Pfizer vaccination if you drop by the Bay Field Hospital Mass Vaccination Centre on Fabian Way between 9.00am and 7.30pm. If you need transport, don't forget there's a free door-to-door bus service provided by the council that leaves every 20 minutes from Swansea Bus Station.

 

C'mon Wales

We all know we'll have a place to be on Sunday at 5.00pm. It's going to be a fantastic game of football. If you're at the pub please follow the rules, work with staff and keep your distance from others. We've come so far together tackling the virus, let's not drop the ball now.

 

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