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Hospitality in Wales welcomes change in rules on self-isolation

30 July 2021 by

Adults who have been fully vaccinated will no longer have to self-isolate if they are identified as close contacts of someone with coronavirus from 7 August, the first minister has confirmed, the same day as Wales is expected to move[...]

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Wales expected to move to 'level zero' next month

14 July 2021 by

The limits on the number of people who can gather outdoors in Wales will be removed from Saturday (17 July) as the country moves into alert level one, first minister Mark Drakeford confirmed this afternoon.

Hospitality restrictions ease in Wales and Scotland News

Hospitality restrictions ease in Wales and Scotland

26 April 2021 by

Restrictions on hospitality businesses in Wales and Scotland ease from today, with outdoor service permitted in[...]

Wales’ hospitality sector expected to reopen indoors on 17 May News

Wales’ hospitality sector expected to reopen indoors on 17 May

23 April 2021 by

First minister Mark Drakeford has said he expects the hospitality sector in Wales – including bars,[...]

Outdoor hospitality given go-ahead to reopen in Wales next week News

Outdoor hospitality given go-ahead to reopen in Wales next week

20 April 2021 by

Outdoor hospitality will be allowed to reopen from Monday 26 April as cases of new Covid-19[...]

Welsh government's Tourism Taskforce calls for reopening of hospitality News

Welsh government's Tourism Taskforce calls for reopening of hospitality

16 April 2021 by

Industry members of the Welsh government’s own Tourism Taskforce have written to the first minister urging[...]

Welsh hospitality given reopening roadmap including date for outdoor reopening News

Welsh hospitality given reopening roadmap including date for outdoor reopening

01 April 2021

Outdoor hospitality in Wales is hoped to reopen on 26 April, first minister Mark Drakeford has announced, as long as coronavirus cases continue falling.

Welsh hospitality to get more reopening clarity on Thursday News

Welsh hospitality to get more reopening clarity on Thursday

29 March 2021

Wales’ first minister Mark Drakeford has said he will set out the next steps for reopening on Thursday to give hospitality "the certainty that it's looking for".

Wales: some holiday accommodation to reopen but wider hospitality left in limbo News

Wales: some holiday accommodation to reopen but wider hospitality left in limbo

26 March 2021 by

Parts of the Welsh tourism sector can begin to reopen from 27 March, it has been[...]

Decision on Welsh holiday accommodation reopening expected next week News

Decision on Welsh holiday accommodation reopening expected next week

19 March 2021 by

A decision on whether parts of the Welsh tourism industry can reopen in time for Easter[...]

Welsh hospitality to receive extra £150m in support News

Welsh hospitality to receive extra £150m in support

12 March 2021 by

The Welsh government is making an extra £150m available for hospitality and tourism businesses still unable[...]

Welsh government extends lease forfeiture moratorium News

Welsh government extends lease forfeiture moratorium

10 March 2021 by

The Welsh government has announced that the lease forfeiture moratorium will be extended for hospitality and[...]

Welsh government announces further £30m for hospitality, leisure and tourism News

Welsh government announces further £30m for hospitality, leisure and tourism

03 March 2021

The Welsh government has today announced a further £30m for hospitality, leisure and tourism businesses affected by ongoing coronavirus restrictions.

Welsh hospitality 'losing bookings to England' without reopening roadmap News

Welsh hospitality 'losing bookings to England' without reopening roadmap

01 March 2021

Welsh hospitality business owners are frustrated at the lack of a reopening roadmap for the sector and face losing valuable spring bookings to competitors in England.

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