NEWS ROUNDUP: Fan Zones will not be returning in Wales for the Euros
Figures show that nobody has died with coronavirus in Wales over the past two weeks. No deaths have occurred for 14 days in succession, Public Health Wales data shows. Last September saw the previous longest period without a death - seven days. The number of deaths with confirmed Covid in Wales stands at 5,570. Case rates have increased slightly, but the number of Covid patients in hospital remain low. For more information on figures, head here.
Fan zones to watch Wales at Euro 2021 will not be returning to Cardiff this year due to concerns over coronavirus. Earlier in June, it was confirmed by First Minister Mark Drakeford that fan zones would be permitted under new restrictions, but Cardiff council has said that it is "not practicable" to deliver them. While fan zones will definitely not return during the tournament's group stages, the council said it will keep the matter "under review" if Wales progress further in the competition.
And - a Welsh actor who famously starred in ‘The Bill’ has died at the age of 70. The death of Ben Roberts, who was best known for playing Chief Inspector Derek Conway in The Bill from 1987 to 2002, was confirmed by his former agent who called him a "wonderful" actor who had had "an extensive career in theatre, TV and film".
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