International Relations Minister Eluned Morgan, has confirmed that Wales’ hospitality sector can prepare to re-open outdoors from 13 July.
A final decision about outdoor re-opening will be made at the next review of the coronavirus regulations on 9 July and will depend on whether rates of coronavirus are continuing to fall.
Future decisions about indoor re-opening will be made later and will depend on the success of the first phase of outdoor opening.
The ‘stay local’ requirement has been lifted and the people of Wales are now aloud to travel further than the 5 mile radius from the 6 July. This allows outdoor visitor attractions to re-open from Monday.