Wales hoping to open to British tourists by Easter – England could follow suit

However, Mr Drakeford noted that the UK’s coronavirus situation is unpredictable and nobody can be sure what the future holds, especially since Easter is weeks away.

“Six weeks is a very long time in the business of dealing with coronavirus, so we will have to make that final assessment much closer to the time,” the First Minister explained.

He added: “Three weeks will be the most notice we will be able to [give the self-catering businesses]. We’re on a three-week cycle here in Wales, as we have been throughout.”

Mr Drakeford said that in three weeks’ time, the Welsh Government will review their regulations again, saying: “There will be another review right at the very end of March.”


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