35 new cases of coronavirus have been reported across north Wales.

Public Health Wales confirmed on Saturday afternoon that a total of 86 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales.

Of the 35 new cases reported within the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area there were; 10 in Gwynedd, seven in Denbighshire, six on Anglesey, five in Wrexham, four in Conwy and three in Flintshire.

The total number of cases to be reported across north Wales is now 2,740.

Public Health Wales also confirmed on Saturday that the total number of deaths reported across Wales now stands at 1,331.

The total number of deaths reported within the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board area is 259.

Dr Chris Williams, incident director for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “We welcome yesterday’s Welsh Government announcement that people from two different households in the same local area will be able to meet up outdoors from Monday, provided they continue to maintain social distancing and strict hand hygiene.

“The announcement adds that, as a general rule, people should not travel more than five miles from home.

"This will help to reduce the risk of coronavirus spreading as people begin to travel more.

“Over the weekend, current social distancing rules remain in effect - stay home, protect the NHS, and save lives.

“Future relaxation of lockdown measures will also be dependent on everyone following advice set out in the ‘Test, Trace, Protect’ strategy, including self-isolating when required.

“We are encouraging everyone to download the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Symptom Study app, which has been supported by Welsh Government.

"The app allows users to log daily symptoms to help build a clearer picture of how the virus is affecting people.

"For more information, including how to download the app, visit covid.joinzoe.com."