Three more cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Powys today, Public Health Wales says.

The latest incidents bring the overall official total number of cases in the county to 417, after an acceleration of confirmed cases in the last week, during which time a testing station in Welshpool took in performed almost 500 tests.

There have been no more deaths of people with confirmed cases of the disease.

Across Wales, another 102 newly-confirmed virus cases have been found, meaning 18,931 people are known to have contracted Covid-19 since the pandemic reached Wales in March.

However, the latest figures may ultimately be revised upwards, because of a "technical issue" affecting the transfer of results.

Public Health Wales said: "Due to a technical issue affecting the transfer of results from external lighthouse laboratories to NHS Wales, today’s data was extracted as at 5pm instead of the usual 1pm cut off.

"As a result a proportion of test results for the period 1pm on September 8 to 5pm on September 9 are not included in these figures and will be included in tomorrow’s update."