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Old Nov 5, 20, 10:19 am
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Wales National Restrictions - from 9 November

The Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (No. 4) (Wales) Regulations 2020

- in force from 9 November, expires 19 February unless revoked or amended, and must be reviewed every few weeks
- applies to Wales only (see other posts for current restrictions in other parts of UK)
- replaces the Wales 'Fire break' detailed in posts 85 and 89

Restrictions on gatherings and events
- no gather things in homes of more than one household without reasonable excuses
- extended households available where two households may agree to be treated as one
- no gatherings without reasonable excuse in public places of more than 4 people unless from the same household, or if outdoors with the extended household
- no organising without reasonable excuse of events indoors of more than 15 or outdoors of more than 30

Restrictions on travel in to and from Wales
- no person outside Wales man enter or remain without reasonable excuse
- no person living in Wales may leave Wales without reasonable excuse
- reasonable excuse is one where the purpose is reasonably necessary and there is no practicable alternative and may include obtaining medical assistance, legal obligations, work, obtaining food and medical supplies etc.

Requirement to self-isolate
- must self-isolate for 10 days if notified to do so by a contact tracer that you have tested positive, or you have been in close contact with a person who has tested positive for 14 days
- some exemptions apply such as urgent medical assistance etc.

Restrictions on businesses
- some businesses must remain closed to the public, so concert halls, theatres, licensed premises with live/recorded music
- licensed premises can't sell/supply alcohol outside 0600-2200 (if located in airports they are exempted)

Requirement to wear face coverings in public
- includes public transport and most indoor public places, with some exemptions
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