Wales To Relax Rules For Tourists From July 202021/06/2020
Likewise, other holiday destinations in the UK. Wales is one of the most attractive place among holiday-makers. But, government of Wales is set to relax rules for tourists from July 2020.
Initially, the government will lift its restrictions on July 6, 2020 for Welsh citizens as part of “stay local” instruction.
Ultimately, this will provide more freedom for Welsh citizens to move around and clearing the way for the tourism industry to restart.
Mark Drakeford, the first minister of announced on 29 June, 2020. His government will re-consider travel restrictions from 6 July, 2020 as long as Covid-19 situation stays under control in Wales.
Welsh government also announces changes that will became effective from 6 June, 2020:
- Enabling private prayer in places of worship where social distancing is maintained and gatherings do not take place
- Restarting the housing market by enabling house viewings to take place in vacant properties and house moves where a sale has been agreed but not yet completed
- Lifting the restrictions on outdoor sports courts but social distancing must be maintained. No contact or team sports will be allowed
- Enabling non-professional elite athletes, including Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls, to resume training.
The First Minister added, “I know the wider tourism industry is keen to reopen and to salvage some of this summer’s season. I am therefore signalling owners of self-contained accommodation should use the next three weeks to prepare to re-open, working with their local communities.”
And “But I want people to know coronavirus has not gone away. We have some headroom to make this package of changes to the regulations, which will be introduced in a phased and cautious way in Wales.”
Furthermore, Welsh government will consider for additional reviews on 9 July, 2020:
- Self-contained holiday accommodation
- Personal care services, such as hairdressing and beauty, by appointment.
You will find additional information in-relation to the upcoming changes from here.
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