The number of people who have died after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK has risen by 14, as the numbers of cases hits 1,372.
There are now a total of 35 victims.
It comes as the health secretary has confirmed that over-70s would be asked to self isolate “in the coming weeks” and America added Britons to a ban on travellers from Europe.
Bristol Royal Infirmary confirmed that one of the deaths was a patient who was in his 50s who had underlying health conditions.
In Wales, health authorities confirmed 34 new cases on Sunday, bringing the country’s total to 94.
Schools are looking to close in the next week, while the country appears to following other protocols and prepare to go on lockdown.
A British couple who have travelled from Canada to Wales have been contacted to book an emergency flight from London and not to wait for their planned return on Tuesday.