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CORONAVIRUS REGULATIONS IN WALES

Help to keep yourself and those around you safe. Before you Visit Cardiff, make sure that you familiarise yourself with these Coronavirus regulations put in place by the Welsh Government. These are national measures and apply across the whole of Wales, as well as in Cardiff. (updated November 2020)

WASH YOUR HANDS

Please remember to wash your hands regularly and to take advantage of the hand sanitising facilities on offer at many Cardiff businesses. This is especially important whilst shopping, if you’ve picked up a package or are about to handle food.

WEAR A FACE COVERING

Wearing a face covering is now a legal requirement in all public indoor places, including, for all persons aged 11 and over. This includes shops and shopping centres, places of worship, hairdressers and salons, cinemas and museums, gyms and leisure centres; as well as buses, trains, trams, taxis, boats and aeroplanes.

REMEMBER THE RULE OF 4

If you are meeting people who you don’t live with away from your home, in most circumstances, the maximum number of people meeting should be four (not including children under 11). This limit applies in places like pubs and restaurants, including any outdoor spaces attached to these premises, e.g. in a beer garden.

The rule of 4 does not apply when meeting people in your extended household, as long as you remain outdoors.

MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCING

Please remember that during social meetings, and at all other times, you must keep the appropriate 2m social distancing between you and anybody that is not a member of your household or extended household.

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Food and Drink

If you are planning on dining or drinking at an establishment in Cardiff we highly recommend you book in advance to avoid disappointment. Please remember, if you are meeting people who you don’t live with away from your home, in most circumstances, the maximum number of people meeting should be four (not including children under 11). This limit applies in places like pubs and restaurants, including any outdoor spaces attached to these premises, e.g. in a beer garden. 

FURTHER ADVICE & GUIDANCE

For the most up to date information, advice and guidance on the changing COVID-19 situation, please visit:

ROAD CLOSURES & RESTRICTIONS

A number of road closures and restrictions have been put in place across Cardiff city centre to help ensure public safety as lockdown restrictions are gradually lifted in the Welsh capital and local businesses are able to open their doors to the public.

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