Retailers will be able to resume trading if they can take all reasonable measures to comply with the physical distancing duty in Welsh law to reduce the spread of coronavirus and protect shop workers and shoppers.
The changes are part of a comprehensive package of measures being introduced step by step every Monday over the next three weeks.
They follow the fourth statutory review of the coronavirus regulations by Welsh Ministers, using the latest scientific and medical evidence from the UK Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), the Welsh Government’s Technical Advisory Cell (TAC) and the advice from the Chief Medical Officer for Wales.
At the next review on 9 July, the Welsh Government will consider a range of specific options for opening:
- self-contained holiday accommodation
- personal care services, such as hairdressing and beauty, by appointment
Discussions will also be held with the hospitality sector about the potential phased reopening of pubs, cafes and restaurants while maintaining strict social distancing.
For further information please visit the GOV.Wales website which includes information about business closures, work and physical distancing
Source: Business Wales
Please see summary of businesses able to open and those to remain closed as of Monday 22nd June (Information extracted from Welsh Government - The Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (Wales) Regulations 2020, as amended with the changes illustrated [20.06.20])
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Posted on: Monday 22nd June 2020