Fourteen more people with coronavirus have died in Wales, bringing the total so far to 1,307.

Public Health Wales also said a further 72 new cases of the virus had been reported.

There have been 13,725 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Wales so far. The true number will be higher, as not everyone with symptoms has been 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.

On Friday, the First Minister will confirm the changes - if any - to lockdown rules and social distancing in Wales.

Public Health Wales said any easement of lockdown measures will be dependent on everyone following advice set out in the Welsh Government's ‘Test, Trace, Protect’ strategy, including self-isolating when required.

The Welsh Government said it is "on track" to launch the test-and-trace system from Monday after recruiting 600 staff as contact tracers.

Contact tracing means testing people for coronavirus, tracking the spread, then tracing the people an infected person has come into contact with.

Chief executive of NHS Wales Dr Andrew Goodall said a total of 1,000 tracers will be needed as demand increases, with many of those working in public services.

England, Scotland and Northern Ireland have already rolled out tracing programmes.