A further 11 people have died in Wales after testing positive for coronavirus, taking the total number of deaths in the country to 1,342.
Public Health Wales figures show 82 new cases have been diagnosed with the total number of cases now standing at 13,995.
The true number is likely to be higher.
Around 130,000 people in Wales considered most at risk from coronavirus were asked not to leave the house at all until at least the middle of June.
There are two changes in advice for people shielding from coronavirus in Wales which apply from Monday:
Outdoor exercise is unlimited, as long as individuals strictly follow social distancing rules and hygiene practices.
Those who are shielding can meet outside with people from another household – but should not go into another person’s house or share food with them.
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