Wales on the path to normality: Coronavirus ‘Stay-local’ ruling

From tomorrow, Wales will be beginning the path to return to normality as the first minister, Mark Drakeford, announces a change from the ‘stay home’ restrictions to more lenient ‘stay local’ requirements.

Four people from two households will be allowed to meet and socialise outdoors, including private gardens.
• Outdoor sports facilities can reopen.
• Indoor care home visits will restart for single designated visitors.
• Hairdressers and barbers can reopen for appointments from Monday. Non-essential retail will remain closed until the 12th of April.

However, the opportunity of tourism will remain closed for the time being. The prime minister hopes that tourism would be open to people outside Wales by the summer if the coronavirus situation continued to improve.


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