Some semblance of normal life will return in Wales from Saturday, after the country’s first minister, Mark Drakeford, announced more lenient ‘stay local’ requirements.
The relaxation of rules will allow people from rural areas to travel greater distances than those who live in urban towns and cities. Hairdressers and barbers can reopen for appointments from Monday, the same day that all primary school pupils and those in qualification years can return to schools.
Non-essential retail will remain shut until 12 April.
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