Seven new Coronavirus cases in Powys and one in Ceredigion have been confirmed by Public Health Wales, bringing the total cases in the area to 134.
The health service say there have now been 103 confirmed cases in Powys and 31 in Ceredigion.
This comes as the number of suspected Covid-19 deaths in Wales rose by 32, bringing the total to 495.
The number of deaths are thought to be higher, however, with the Public Health Wales figures: “are only the Covid-19 deaths they are formally told about.”
These figures are mostly made up from hospital figures, with only some care-home deaths being included in the numbers.
Incident director Dr Giri Shankar told the BBC he was thankful for the public helping to slow the virus.
“Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) is now circulating in every part of Wales. The single most important action we can all take in fighting Coronavirus is to stay at home in order to protect the NHS, and save lives.”
“We know that staying at home can be hard especially when the weather is nice, but members of the public must adhere to social distancing rules about staying at home, and away from others, introduced by the UK and Welsh Government,” he said.
“We are encouraging everyone to download the Covid-19 Symptom Tracker app, which has been supported by Welsh Government,” he added.
“The app allows users to log daily symptoms to help build a clearer picture of how the virus is affecting people.”
“The initiative is at an early stage and we will be inviting eligible individuals by direct approach only at this stage.