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CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) CARDIFF UPDATES
HOW CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) HAS IMPACTED CARDIFF: EVENTS, TRANSPORT, VENUES & BUSINESSES
Visit Cardiff recognizes that recent restrictions on travel, and large public events, is causing growing concern. Therefore we are working closely with organisations in the city to understand the impact.
We are kindly asking everyone to not visit Cardiff at this time and to avoid all unnecessary travel within Cardiff and Wales. Following these guidelines will save lives.
We look forward to welcoming you back in future; but for now, let’s all #staysafe.
EVENTS IMPACTED BY CORONAVIRUS
Here is a list of the events that have been canceled or postponed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Guinness Six Nations, Wales v Scotland
Principality Stadium, 14/03/2020 Info
Elvis Costello & The Imposters
Wales Millennium Stadium, 16/03/2020 Info
Brecon Carreg Cardiff Bay Run
Cardiff Bay, 29/03/2020 Info
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, 30/03/2020 Info
Cardiff Music Awards
Tramshed, 09/04/2020 Info
Prostate Cymru: An Evening With Jeremy Vine
Cornerstone, Cardiff, 18/04/2020 Info
The RHS Flower Show Cardiff
Bute Park, 17-19/04/2020 Info
Bute Park, 19-21/06/2020 Info
Guinness Pro 14 Final
Principality Stadium, 20/06/2020 Info
Prostate Cymru: The Big Walk
Cardiff, 25/07/2020 Info
The FA, Premier League, EFL and Barclays FA Women’s Super League and FA Women’s Championship have collectively agreed to postpone the professional game until 3 April at the earliest. Info
Glamorgan Cricket have published visitor guidance during the corona virus outbreak on their website.
Glamorgan Cricket have also canceled their pre-season tour to La Manga due to the effects of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. More info can be found on their website.
Cardiff Castle Events
- Underground Cinema – Cardiff Animation Festival
- Underground Cinema – Fight Club
- 2020 Lecture Series – Cardiff’s Edwardian Buildings
- Comedy at the Castle
- 2020 Lecture Series – Cardiff’s Great Exhibition
- Open Air Theatre – Macbeth (Postponed to summer 2021)
More info can be found on their website.
TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN THE CITY
Here is a list of the tourist attractions and venues that have closed with immediate effect due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. For information on when these attractions are planning on reopening to the public please visit their official websites.
Cardiff Caravan Park
St David’s Hall
The New Theatre
The Museum of Cardiff
The Mansion House
Cardiff International White Water Rafting Centre
Cardiff Bay Water Activity Centre
Bute Park Education Centre
Roath Park Conservatory
Norwegian Church Arts Centre
Wales Millennium Centre
Chapter Arts Centre
Clwb Ifor Bach
Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
St Fagans National Museum of History
National Museum Cardiff
The Royal Mint Experience
Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
Cardiff City Stadium Tours
The Red Dragon Centre
TRAVEL & TRANSPORT
We have put together a list of organisations, websites, and social media accounts that will help you find out whether or not your transport arrangements have been impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19)
Transport For Wales
Great Western Railway
CORONAVIRUS BUSINESS READINESS BULLETIN
There is currently a lot of uncertainty concerning the Coronavirus (COVID-19), particularly when considering businesses and employers.
Welsh Government have developed a special business readiness bulletin for trade associations, business representative bodies and business intermediaries, providing important information for you and your business members and networks on Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Businesses and employers have a role in keeping members up to date on the latest Government guidance. It is recommended that businesses and employers continue to ensure that the latest GOV.UK guidance regarding COVID-19 is available on your websites to support accessibility for both members and employees.
PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATION
Please refer to the following links for further information on specific areas relating to COVID-19.
- We would urge anyone that has any concerns over their own health to use the NHS Coronavirus Symptom Checker.
- If you have any questions relating to Coronavirus (COVID-19) visit the Public Health Wales website.
- Further information from Welsh Government and UK Government is updated on a regular basis.
- For business operators based in Wales please visit the Business Wales for updates relating to support available.