A further seven people have died with coronavirus in Wales, bringing the total number of deaths to 1,274 according to Public Health Wales figures.
It comes as police forces have warned people to stay away from beaches and beauty spots on bank holiday Monday as temperatures are expected to reach 20°C in parts of Wales.
The figures have also revealed 106 more people have tested positive for the virus, although this figure is likely to be higher.
A total of 13,415 cases have been confirmed in Wales.
Confirmed coronavirus cases by local health board area:
Aneurin Bevan - 2,498
Betsi Cadwaladr - 2,510
Cardiff and Vale - 2,615
Cwm Taf Morgannwg - 2,418
Hywel Dda - 1,039
Powys - 270
Swansea Bay - 1,844
Unknown location - 106
Resident outside Wales - 115
Public Health Wales figures correct as of Monday 25 May
Police forces have also reminded people that lockdown restrictions prohibit travelling to second homes.
North Wales Police said: "It may be a bank holiday weekend but the rules have not changed.
"Stringent restrictions remain in Wales and travelling to your second home is not permitted.
"We look forward to welcoming people back as soon as we can but for now please stay in your primary residence."
As high temperatures hit parts of the UK, people in England have been flocking to beaches over the bank holiday weekend after restrictions there were eased.
On Friday the First Minister said: "I continue to ask everyone in Wales to play their part ,to protect themselves, their loved ones and their friends, by following the stay at home rules, which are still firmly in place.
"New and tougher fines are in place for that small minority of people who repeatedly break those lockdown rules.
"Please stay local and stay safe."
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