Welsh Government announces lockdown-easing roadmap
- 15th May 2020
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The Welsh Government has published its roadmap out of lockdown, which includes a traffic light alert system outlining how restrictions may be lifted in the future.
The measures highlight “a cautious, coherent approach” to easing the lockdown, and that for the next two weeks at least the “stay home” message remains in place.
Under current lockdown rules, people in Wales have to stay at home and maintain contact only within households, with limited exceptions.
The traffic light categories cover many issues, including reopening schools and childcare facilities, seeing friends and family, travel, playing sports, working or running a business, shopping, using public services and celebrating special occasions.
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