Meanwhile, gyms, leisure centres, swimming pools, spas, indoor play areas, including soft play areas, are set to reopen from Monday, August 10, if conditions allow.
Announcing the changes on Friday (July 31), First Minister Mark Drakeford said: “It is thanks to the hard efforts of everyone in Wales that we have been able to control the spread of coronavirus and relax the restrictions. We can only continue to do this if everyone carries on this hard work.
“If we stop now, there is a real risk we will see new outbreaks of coronavirus and we may have to reverse some of these restrictions to control its spread again.
“We are facing the likelihood of a resurgence of the virus over the autumn and winter –this will not be over by Christmas.
“We all have an ongoing responsibility to keep Wales safe. This means maintaining social distancing, washing our hands often and thinking carefully about where we go, what we’re doing and why.”
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