THERE are now 204 confirmed coronavirus cases associated with the outbreak at the 2 Sisters plant on Angelsey.

At today's Welsh Government briefing, First Minister Mark Drakeford said that 204 people had tested positive at the 2 Sisters plant in Llangefni. More than 500 tests have been carried out there.

He also said that the number of people testing positive at the Wrexham plant had risen to 166. More than 1,000 people have been tested.

This is an increase of 60 cases associated with the Wrexham Industrial Estate site from the 106 announced by Finance Minister Rebecca Evans at yesterday’s daily briefing

The Rowan Foods plant remains operation, Mr Drakeford added.

Outbreaks at meat processing plants in Wales are continuting to be monitored.

"The latest information I have seen says there are 204 cases at the 2 Sisters plant, 166 cases at the Rowan Foods plant in Wrexham and 33 cases at the Merthyr Tydfil plant.

"Updated guidance for this sector will be published later today.

"A rapid review will also be carried out into the whole sector.

"These outbreaks are a sobering reminder that coronavirus has not gone away."