Ceredigion has gone another week without any coronavirus deaths, according to the most recent numbers from the Office for National Statistics.
The county has gone three weeks without recording a Covid-19 death.
Ceredigion is one of three counties in Wales to have managed this remarkable feat, with Pembrokeshire and Caerphilly both also having gone 21 days without recording a coronavirus death.
And nine of the 22 counties in Wales have recorded no new coronavirus deaths in the most recent seven days of data.
The numbers from the ONS are delayed by a few weeks, however. The most recent figures from the statisticians are up to 19 June.
How does Ceredigion compare?
We’ve mapped out the data from the Office of National Statistics in order to show how Ceredigion compares to the rest of Wales.
To use our interactive map below, click on each county to see how it compares.
Cases in Ceredigion
There have also been no new Covid-19 cases in Ceredigion in the last 48 hours of data.
Figures from Public Health Wales show that the county have not reported any new cases over the last two days of numbers, with updated figures coming out later this afternoon.
The number of Covid-19 cases in Ceredigion remains at 58, or 79.5 per 100,000 people, which is still by far the lowest figure in all of Wales.
The number of tests carried out in Ceredigion rose above 2,000 yesterday, which is still the lowest testing figure for all of Wales – even when you account for the difference in population of each county.
But the county still has the lowest number of positive test results coming back, with the figure standing at 2.9%. This means that less than one in 34 tests come back positive for Covid-19 in Ceredigion.
In comparison, just under one in six tests come back as positive in Rhondda Cynon Taf.