Lockdown restrictions could be ‘very modestly’ eased next week in Wales: This is what could change
First Minister Mark Drakeford has hinted at the possibility of a “very modest” further easing of lockdown restrictions next week.
So far the only change seen this year is the expected return of children in the foundation phase of primary school from February 22.
But Mark Drakeford, speaking on Friday, said his aim was to restore freedoms in a careful and cautious way that will not put the safety of the public at risk.
Wales’ lockdown is next set to be reviewed by the Welsh Government on Friday, February 19. Until then we remain in coronavirus alert level four – the highest risk category.
But could anything significant change next week, and what might it be?