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For any copyright, please send me a message. AN NHS worker could be “patient zero” in the UK’s worst hit coronavirus hotspots outside of London. The staff member is thought to have unknowingly spread the killer virus to other medics, according to Wales’ First Minister. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates Mark Drakeford said the unnamed person’s infection lead to more people being tested and therefore more cases being found. For a significant period only people in hospital were being tested for the virus, with NHS staff now being checked. The area in Gwent, South Wales, has seen the highest infection rate of anywhere in the UK outside of London and now has 514 confirmed cases. There are fears the rapid rise in cases there are mirroring Italy, where infections spiked suddenly. Mr Drakeford said: “Part of the reasons why there may be an issue in Gwent are that it had a very early case of a member of healthboard staff acquiring the virus. “There was a healthworker who contracted the virus it led to a group of people in the health service, in the Aneurin Bevan Health Board, getting the virus as well. “That’s part of the story of the Gwent outbreak but by no means all of it. “We do have a hotspot in Gwent, explaining it isn’t straightforward, and there is some degree of randomness about how these hotspots emerge. WELSH HOTSPOT “Testing in Gwent was carried out more vigorously, more widely and earlier than in many other parts of Wales and we may be picking up the result of that. “It looks like there’s more there because we’ve tested more people there than elsewhere. “There is evidence that the disease is moving from east to west across the United Kingdom and Newport is right at the eastern end of Wales. “You would expect if that were the case that the impact would be felt most in the Aneurin Bevan Health Board area. “There is also an issue of population density. Chance is playing its part as well.” It comes as the number of people who have died from coronavirus in England is now 1,284 after 159 more deaths were announced. CORONAVIRUS CRISIS – STAY IN THE KNOWDon’t miss the latest news and figures – and essential advice for you and your family. To receive The Sun’s Coronavirus newsletter in your inbox every tea time, sign up here. To follow us on Facebook, simply ‘Like’ our Coronavirus page. Get Britain’s best-selling newspaper delivered to your smartphone or tablet each day – find out more. The Department of Health has so far recorded 22,141 positive Covid-19 cases in Britain. Today’s figure marks the first time the daily increase in deaths has fallen for two consecutive days and has dropped from 260 on Saturday, the worst day in the crisis so far. According to one of