14 new cases of coronavirus have been reported across north Wales, health chiefs have confirmed.

Public Health Wales (PHW) has said 25 new cases of the virus have been reported across Wales.

Of the 14 reported in the Betsi Cadwalasr University Health Board Area, there were four in Gwynedd, three on Anglesey, three in Denbighshire, two in Flintshire and two in Wrexham. No new cases were recorded in Conwy.

PHW also confirmed one newly reported death across Wales.

The total number of deaths recorded within the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Area stands at 339.

Dr Chris Williams, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “Public Health Wales welcomes the First Minister’s announcement yesterday that non-essential retailers are able to open on Monday, June 22, providing that they are able to comply with social distancing measures.

“The announcement adds that further relaxation of lockdown measures, including the lifting of the restriction on non-essential travel to around five miles, is planned for Monday 6 July, providing that community transmission continues to reduce.

“It is important to note that until a further announcement is made by Welsh Government, then the current measures remain in place - 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.

“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. Complying with social distancing and hygiene measures remain extremely important."