Mr Drakeford added: “As more places start to reopen, we must get used to some changes to help protect ourselves and the people working in these businesses. This may mean having to book ahead or giving our details to the places we are visiting, to help our Test Trace Protect service, in the event there’s an outbreak of coronavirus.
“It’s the responsibility of all of us to follow these new rules so we can keep ourselves and our loved ones safe.
“Coronavirus has not gone away. But if we all work together, we can keep Wales safe.”
The next formal review of Wales’ coronavirus lockdown measures will take place before Thursday, July 30, with the indoor reopening of pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants indoors from August 3 expected to be announced.
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