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Here's a recap of the biggest developments of the day:
- The number of people who have died from Covid-19 in Wales has risen by 15 to 384, Monday's figures from Public Health Wales show. Another 313 confirmed new cases brought the total in Wales to 5,610, although the true number is likely to be higher as many with symptoms are not tested.
- A drive-in testing centre for key workers at the Cardiff City Stadium was shut on bank holiday Monday, prompting criticism from opposition politicians. The Welsh Government hit back, claiming it showed a "complete lack of understanding of how the system worked".
- Unions are seeing "horror stories" over a lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) for NHS staff, an official said. The Welsh Government said it was working "very hard" to make sure all key workers are adequately protected, adding it had "distributed more than 10.4 million items of PPE".