According to Public Health Wales, there was only one new positive test case of Covid-19 in Caerphilly County between July 27 and August 10.
By August 10, a total of 745 people in the community had tested positive for coronavirus.
A total of 12,681 tests were carried out in the community with around 180,000 inhabitants.
However, not everyone who has Covid-19 is necessarily tested. For example, people who do not show symptoms may have them but not suggest themselves for testing.
The latest figures from Public Health Wales show that 13 new cases have been confirmed in Wales. Another two deaths have been reported related to the virus.
This brings the number of registered cases in Wales to 17,476 with 1,581 deaths.
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