View the current rules affecting Wales and see what you can and can’t do whilst restrictions are in place.

// Current rules for Cardiff

• Restrictions have been lifted on leaving your home, and on travel within Wales
• Your household can form a bubble - or extended household - with one other household
• You are not allowed to mix socially with people from outside your household or bubble in private homes or gardens
• Outside your home, you can meet people you do not live with in groups of up to four - for instance, in a pub or restaurant. Children under the age of 11 do not count towards this total
• The Welsh government is asking people to limit themselves to seeing the same "one or two friends"
• Gatherings of up to 15 people indoors - and 30 people outdoors will be allowed in certain circumstances such as sports and exercise, organised activities for children, and support groups
• Hospitality venues have now reopened
• Pubs, bars and restaurants which serve alcohol must provide table service, stop serving alcohol by 22:00 GMT and close by 22:20 GMT
• Face coverings must be worn when not seated at a table to eat or drink
• Off-licences and supermarkets must also stop selling alcohol at 22:00 GMT
• Entertainment venues including cinemas, bowling alleys, skating rinks, museums, galleries, bingo halls, casinos and amusement arcades, have reopened, with social distancing measures in place
• Theatres, concert halls and nightclubs will remain closed
• Sport and leisure facilities have reopened. Exercise classes of up to 15 people are allowed indoors
• Non-essential shops have now reopened
• Alcohol cannot be sold between 22:00 and 06:00 GMT
• Close-contact services such as hairdressers have reopened
• Face coverings must be worn by customers and staff
• Indoor shopping should be done alone, or with people in your household
• There are now no travel restrictions within Wales, but people are still not allowed to leave the country without a reasonable excuse
• You are not allowed to enter Wales from outside without a reasonable excuse, for instance, work or education
• Visits to care homes are allowed, as well as visits to hospices, young offender institutions and secure accommodation facilities for children
• Driving lessons and tests have now resumed
• Wedding receptions and funeral wakes have resumed, with a maximum of 15 guests indoors, or 30 outdoors
• Some grassroots football friendly matches can take place

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// Rules for the whole of the UK during the festive period

  • Restrictions will remain in place for pubs, restaurants and other hospitality businesses throughout Christmas
  • Free to travel in and out of other areas of the UK freely between 23 and 27 December
  • Up to 3 households can join up to form a ‘bubble’ – you cannot change who is part of that ‘bubble’
  • A ‘bubble’ can meet in homes, places of worship and outdoor spaces

Source: BBC. Page last updated: 27/11/2020