The Welsh Government has announced that it will be accelerating elements of its programme to relax COVID-19 restrictions. The Welsh Government took the first step to easing restrictions on 27 March when caravan parks and other self-contained accommodation were able to open to people living within Wales.
People living across the Welsh border were then allowed to return to holiday parks and drive to touring parks across Wales, bringing a welcome boost to the tourism economy. The reopening of holiday parks coincided with the second week of the Easter half-term school holiday in England.
From Monday 12 April, the following relaxations were in place:
Further easements to restrictions in the coming weeks will be subject to the public health situation remaining favourable. These will be confirmed at the next three-weekly review of the coronavirus regulations on 22 April.
On Monday 26 April:
On Monday 3 May (previously Monday 10 May):
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