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Coronavirus latest as health minister puts second Wales borough into lockdown


Coronavirus: Rhondda Cynon Taf follows Caerphilly into lockdown

By Tom Moody

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    A national lockdown may be necessary if people don't change their behaviour, Health Minister Vaughan Gething has warned.
  • The number of new cases in Wales topped 100 for the ninth day in a row on Tuesday.
  • Nine schools in Newport - five primary and four secondary schools - currently have pupils self-isolating.