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In Wales, all remaining non-essential retail and close contact services will be allowed to reopen from Monday 12 April, while the rules will also be changed to allow travel into and out of Wales from the rest of the United Kingdom and Common Travel Area.

The Welsh Government is also signalling further changes which would see outdoor attractions and outdoor hospitality reopen, including at cafes, pubs and restaurants on Monday 26 April.

By early May, plans include allowing organised outdoor activities for up to 30 people to take place, and for gyms, leisure centres and fitness facilities to reopen for individual or one-to-one training but not exercise classes.

Also, a small number of outdoor pilot events of between 200 and 1,000 people are being planned. These will build on the test events held last September. They will include cultural and sports events across Wales, including a potential stadia event.

On 26 April:
>Outdoor attractions, including funfairs and theme parks, would be allowed to reopen
> Outdoor hospitality can resume, including at cafes, pubs and restaurants. Indoor hospitality will remain restricted.

On Monday 3 May:
> Organised outdoor activities for up to 30 people can again take place
> Weddings receptions can take place outdoors, but will also be limited to 30 people.

On Monday 10 May:
> Gyms, leisure centres and fitness facilities can reopen. This will include individual or one-to-one training but not exercise classes;

After 17 May, to consider enabling indoor hospitality and remaining visitor accommodation to reopen in advance of the Spring Bank Holiday at the end of May.

(source: https://gov.wales, image: pexls)