Ceredigion has seen no coronavirus deaths in a fortnight, according to the newest figures by the Office of National Statistics.
It is one of three counties to have had no Covid-19 deaths, alongside Pembrokeshire and Caerphilly.
The ratio of positive coronavirus tests in Ceredigion has also dropped to all-time low, according to Public Health Wales.
A total of 2.9% of tests have come back as positive so far – which is by far the lowest rate in all of Wales.
The county with the closest ratio is Pembrokeshire, who have nearly double the rate at 5.9%.
Ceredigion has seen no new cases in the last two days of numbers, with Public Health Wales set to release updated figures this afternoon.
The number of cases in the county remains at 54, with 1,873 tests having been carried out.
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The numbers come as Boris Johnson announced that pubs and restaurants in England will reopen on 4 July.
The Prime Minister has also said that the two-metre rule will also be dropped for a one-metre plus rule.
But so far, there has been no word from the Welsh government if they will be following suit.
That being said, it is likely that it will be at least another fortnight before any decision is made.
The Welsh government is not set for another review into the current lockdown rules until 9 July.
They have confirmed that they will be discussing “the potential phased reopening of pubs, cafes and restaurants” at the three-week review, although no date for the reopening has been floated yet.