Pembrokeshire has gone four weeks without recording a single Covid-19 death, according to the most recent numbers from the Office of National Statistics.
The statisticians had no reported deaths in the county between 30 May and 26 June, the most up to date figures published.
Pembrokeshire has gone the second longest in all of Wales without recording any coronavirus deaths.
The only county to have gone longer is Ceredigion, which has gone five weeks without a Covid-19 death, according to the ONS.
How do we compare to the rest of Wales?
Other counties which have gone multiple weeks without recording any Covid-19 deaths include Merthyr Tydfil, who have gone three weeks according to the same figures.
Torfaen and Neath Port Talbot have also gone two weeks.
But Ceredigion has the lowest rate of coronavirus deaths per 100,000 people, with seven people, or 9.6 per 100,000, sadly having died from the virus.
See how we compare to the rest of Wales in our interactive map below. Click on each county to see its figures.