A further 43 cases of measles have been reported to Public Health Wales since Tuesday. A total of 77 people have been hospitalised since the beginning of the outbreak with a total of 808 cases now reported since the outbreak began.
Although children of all ages are being affected by the outbreak, the highest numbers of cases are being seen in those aged between 10 and 18 who would have missed routine vaccinations as small children.
A man who died in from a suspected case of measles in Wales was infected with the disease at the time of his death, health officials said.
A mother convinced the MMR vaccine led to her son's autism has not immunised her daughter, despite the link being disproved.