A significant easing of strict lockdown measures in Wales has been announced by First Minister Mark Drakeford today.
For the first time in more than two months people in Wales will be able to arrange to meet others from different households outdoors.
In doing this, however, people must still follow social distancing and strict hand hygiene practices to control the spread of the virus.
The changes, which come in on Monday, June 1, will mean some who live close enough to their families might be able to see them in person for the first time in almost 70 days.
Mr Drakeford said he didn’t want people, in general, travelling more than five miles, to reduce the risk of coronavirus spreading.
These changes will not apply to the 130,000 shielded people who are still instructed to stay at…