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Latest Coronavirus Advice: 11th September

Today's announcement from the Welsh Government outlined several new measures to be introduced across Wales as of Monday 14th September.

These measurements are designed to tackle the current increase in COVID-19 cases, and include the following:

  • A maximum of 6 people will be allowed to meet indoors at any time. All 6 of these people must belong to the same extended household. This limit of 6 people excludes children below the age of 11 years old.
  • Face coverings will be made compulsory indoors, this includes shops.
  • Local authorities will be given the power to take preventative action to reduce the spread of COVID-19. This includes the ability to close particular premises. 

People will also continue to be encouraged to work from home wherever they can to limit person-to-person contact. 

Speaking during today's announcement, First Minister Mark Drakeford said:

"Coronavirus is on the rise again in Wales, after many weeks of being in decline.

Once again we are having to focus on tightening restrictions across Wales to prevent cases from rising even higher and prevent the problem from worsening – as we have seen elsewhere in the UK.

The new measures we are announcing today are designed to prevent a new coronavirus crisis here in Wales, not respond to one."

You can find further information on The Welsh Government website. 

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