That brings the total number of suspected Covid-19 deaths to 1,267 in Wales.
A further 140 people have tested positive for the virus. There have been 13,309 cases confirmed in Wales.
The figures also show 47,136 of 60,445 individuals tested for the virus have been found negative.
Confirmed coronavirus cases by local health board area:
Aneurin Bevan - 2,491
Betsi Cadwaladr - 2,451
Cardiff and Vale - 2,603
Cwm Taf Morgannwg - 2,404
Hywel Dda - 1,031
Powys - 266
Swansea Bay - 1,841
Unknown location - 107
Resident outside Wales - 115
Public Health Wales figures accurate as of 24 May.
Dr Chris Williams, leading the outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “With the upcoming Spring Bank Holiday, Public Health Wales reminds the public to continue to adhere to Welsh Government’s restrictions on non-essential travel, caravan and campsites, hotels, B&Bs and holiday accommodations, as well as the limited access to our national parks.
"We also remind owners of second homes in Wales to act responsibly and to avoid traveling to these homes until restrictions have been lifted.
"Social distancing rules remain in effect. Public Health Wales fully supports Welsh Government’s revised stay-at-home regulations. The message has not changed – anyone can get Novel Coronavirus, anyone can spread it.
"Stay home, protect the NHS, and save lives."
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