As part of the second review, the Welsh Government has decided the lockdown in Wales will continue until the next review period in three weeks’ time.
People are being asked to continue working from home if they are able to do so.
The First Minister has today announced Wales intends to make a series of small adjustments to the regulations, including:
- Allowing people to exercise more than once a day, but people should stay local. This means any exercise should start and end at home and not involve going a significant distance from home.
- Enabling local authorities to begin the process of planning how to safely reopen libraries and municipal recycling centres.
- Allowing garden centres to open provided they comply with the physical distancing duty.
It is intended these adjustments will come into force on Monday, so Wales moves in step with the rest of the UK.