Welsh tourism industry slowly reopens as coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions ease

Welsh tourism industry slowly reopens as coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions ease

Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford has said that the Welsh tourism sector will be able to start re-opening from 27 March 2021 as the stay-local rule is lifted. As Wales moves from alert level four to level three coronavirus (COVID-19) alert, self-contained holiday accommodation will be able to reopen to people from the same household or support bubble. Furthermore, the stay local rule will be replaced by an all-Wales travel area until 12 April 2021. Organised outdoor activities for children under 18 will resume, six people from two different household will be able to meet outdoors and in private gardens and some outdoor historic places and gardens will reopen.

This comes as the First minister made a written statement announcing amendments to the Health Protection (Coronavirus Restriction) (No 5) (Wales) Regulations 2020.

The full statement can be found by following this link.

Source: Wales’ tourism sector starts to re-open as restrictions are relaxed

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