The 31 areas of Wales where Covid is now so common one in every 100 people has it

31 areas of Wales now have Covid infection rates of more than 1,000 cases per 100,000 people.

The latest Covid data published by Public Health Wales (PHW) shows that the amount of places with more than 1,000 cases per 100,000 has increased from of those eight areas to 31 in just one week.

This data was first released on Friday, September 24. It provides the numbers for areas with an average of 7,000 people, called middle super output areas (MSOA).

In practice this means there are statistics for areas like Canton in Cardiff, Morriston in Swansea, and Porth in Rhondda.

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The data shows there are 31 places in Wales with more than 1,000 cases per 100,000 of population and 43 where the figure exceeds 900.

At the other end of the spectrum, WalesOnline has reported each week all of the areas of Wales that have fewer than three Covid cases. For a over six weeks now every single part of Wales has more than two cases of coronavirus reflecting how widespread the virus is at the present time.

The areas with the most cases at the moment

  • Pontardawe, Neath Port Talbot – 1,847.00
  • Tylorstown, Rhondda Cynon Taf – 1,789.90
  • North Blackwood, Argoed & Markham, Caerphilly – 1,621.70
  • Lower Penarth & Sully, The Vale of Glamorgan – 1,543.70
  • Treherbert, Rhondda Cynon Taf – 1,398.80
  • Pentre, Rhondda Cynon Taf – 1,341.40
  • Llangyfelach & Tircoed, Swansea – 1,308.40
  • Blackwood, Caerphilly – 1,292.50
  • Townhill, Swansea – 1,242.00
  • Morriston North, Swansea – 1,229.70
  • Pen-y-groes, Tal-y-sarn & Dyffryn Nantlle, Gwynedd – 1,219.10
  • Glyn-coch & Ynys-y-bwl, Rhondda Cynon Taf – 1,211.30

This map shows the number of coronavirus cases per 100,000 people for each area in the last seven days. If you can’t use this map there is also a chart you can use to search for your community at the bottom of this article:

It is important to bear in mind that this data is very volatile because it covers smaller areas. Where an area has a very small population even one positive case can push up the cases per 100,000 significantly. You should therefore be cautious about drawing too many conclusions directly from the information.

The three areas with the highest infection rates in each local authority

This is based on the weekly infection rates for the previous seven days per 100,000 people. The data is based on the rolling seven-day average between September 12 and September 19.

Anglesey

Llain-goch & Valley 573.7

Bodedern & Rhosneigr 528

Llangefni 522.9

Blaenau Gwent

Abertillery North & Cwmtillery 899.7

Sirhowy 833.8

Tredegar & Georgetown 742.2

Bridgend

Pyle, Kenfig Hill & Cefncribwr1,173.30

Cornelly948

Porthcawl West689

Caerphilly

North Blackwood, Argoed & Markham 1,621.70

Blackwood 1,292.50

Machen 1,188.30

Cardiff

Creigiau, Pentyrch & St Fagans 1,192.30

Ely West 861.2

Radyr, Morganstown & Gwaelod-y-garth 836

Carmarthenshire

Llanfihangel-ar-arth & Llanybydder 1,109.20

Bynea & Llwynhendy 1,062.10

Yr Hendy & Ty-croes 908

Ceredigon

Cardigan & Aber-porth 642

Lampeter & Llanfihangel Ystrad 533.8

New Quay & Penbryn 395.6

Conwy

Old Colwyn & Llanddulas 993.6

Colwyn Bay North 838.3

Kinmel Bay & Towyn 814.3

Denbighshire

Denbigh West 975.1

St Asaph & Trefnant 951.5

Denbigh East & Pentre Llanrhaeadr 804.6

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Flintshire

Mold 1,116.30

Connah’s Quay South & Northop Hall 1,023.20

Leeswood, Treuddyn & Gwernaffield 820.6

Gwynedd

Pen-y-groes, Tal-y-sarn & Dyffryn Nantlle 1,219.10

Caernarfon East 1,008.20

Caernarfon West & Waunfawr 792

Merthyr Tydfil

Treharris & Trelewis 1,030.20

Gurnos, Trefechan & Pontsticill 968

Gelli-deg & Town 952.7

Monmouthshire

Caldicot South 536.8

Gilwern & Llanfoist 361.9

Abergavenny South & Crucorney 335.4

Neath Port Talbot

Pontardawe 1,847.00

Ystalyfera & Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen 1,185.70

Dulais Valley 1,166.30

Newport

Bettws 832.9

Malpas 765.4

Rogerstone 682.7

Pembrokeshire

Milford Haven West 654.5

Milford Haven East 575.8

Pembroke Dock 475.9

Powys

Sennybridge & Talybont-on-Usk 861.9

Llanidloes, Blaen Hafren & Llandinam 784.4

Ystradgynlais & Tawe Uchaf 722.4

Rhondda Cynon Taf

Tylorstown 1,789.90

Treherbert 1,398.80

Pentre 1,341.40

Swansea

Llangyfelach & Tircoed 1,308.40

Townhill 1,242.00

Morriston North 1,229.70

Vale of Glamorgan

Lower Penarth & Sully 1,543.70

Barry Island 902.9

Penarth 883.4

Torfaen

Croesyceiliog 770.5

Blaenavon 728.5

Abersychan 634.9

Wrexham

Cefn Mawr 686.4

Pen-y-cae & Minera 576.2

Ruabon & Marchwiel 558.3

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