Eleven more people have died from coronavirus in Wales, taking the total to 1,293.
The figures also show that there have been 97 confirmed new cases of the virus in the country taking the total 13,653 - although the true figure is likely to be higher as not everyone is tested.
On Tuesday, ONS data - which include all deaths, in all places, where Covid-19 was given as a cause on the death certificate - read at over 2,000, considerably higher than those reflected in the Public Health Wales figure.
It comes as two more NHS workers have died after contracting coronavirus, the health board has said.
Dominga David, originally from the Philippines, died after being admitted to intensive care.
Theatre assistant Allan Mcalalad also died after on the same day.
A new risk assessment has been launched to support people from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds in the NHS and social care in Wales.
During the Welsh government's daily news conference, Finance Minister Rebecca Evans revealed businesses in Wales have received more than £600m from the Welsh Government during the coronavirus pandemic.
Confirmed coronavirus cases by local health board area:
Aneurin Bevan - 2,522
Betsi Cadwaladr - 2,619
Cardiff and Vale - 2,654
Cwm Taf Morgannwg - 2,463
Hywel Dda - 1,044
Powys - 276
Swansea Bay - 1,855
Unknown location - 105
Resident outside Wales - 115