OVER 100 new cases of coronavirus have been recorded in Wales today according to the latest figures.

11 cases of Covid-19 have been recorded in Pembrokeshire today with three in Carmarthenshire and one new cases in Ceredigion.

Gwynedd has recorded four cases today with Denbighshire reporting the highest daily total in Wales with 15 new cases.

Powys has recorded no new cases today.

The higher numbers are in part due to a problem with data flow according to Public Health Wales, affecting test records between 5 and 7 June.

A spokesperson for PHW said: “An increase in the number of new cases is expected in the next few days as we process the backlog of results.”

Across Wales, 118 new cases were confirmed, with no new Covid-19 deaths reported.

The total number of cases in Wales since the start of the pandemic is now 213,642 with 5,571 deaths.

In Wales 2,201,665 people have received their first vaccination and 1,336,479 the second dose.

In Hywel Dda 431,850 vaccinations have been administered up until June 9, 23,925 in the last seven days.

In Carmarthenshire 124,600 first doses have been administered, and 77,208 second doses, Pembrokeshire has seen 86,245 first dose appointments and 54,431 second dose and in Ceredigion 48,732 first doses have been given as well as 29,353 second doses.