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Coronavirus: Two households likely to meet outdoors in Wales next week

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Coronavirus restrictions in Wales are likely to be relaxed next week so people from two different households can meet each other outdoors, BBC Wales understands.They will need to stay in their local area and remain two metres apart.The changes will not come into force until Monday.Other parts of the UK have loosened restrictions on meeting others. Further details are expected from First Minister Mark Drakeford on Friday. It has been illegal for groups of more than two people to meet since lockdown began in March.
It is likely the Welsh Government will continue to emphasise caution in lifting the regulations.
What are the current rules
People can leave the home to exercise, include cycling
Since late March people have been told to stay home except for work, exercise and shopping for essentials.Wales' exercise restrictions are more stringent than England's - people have been told to stay local and not to drive.Most non-essential retail has been forced to close, alongside pubs and restaurants.Exceptions include supermarkets, garden centres, pharmacies and car garages.Schools are closed, providing childcare for the children of key workers.
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