COVID-19

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Your COVID-19 guide to Visiting Mid Wales

Coronavirus Regulations ended in Wales

 

 

Coronavirus regulations expired on 30 May 2022, when the requirement to wear a face covering in health and care settings ended.

The Welsh Government has set out 5 simple steps for people to help everyone stay safe:

1. Stay at home (self-isolate) if you are ill or if you test positive for coronavirus.
2. Wear a face covering in crowded indoor public places.
3. Meet outdoors where possible and ensure indoor areas are well ventilated if meeting indoors.
4. Take additional precautions when visiting vulnerable people. Avoid meeting them if possible if you have any symptoms of a respiratory infection.
5. Wash hands regularly and cover coughs and sneezes.

 

Booking Accommodation

All accommodation sectors are open in Wales 

There is no legal limit on the number of people who can book holiday accommodation together.

 

Alert Level 0

What this means:

  • The general requirement of 2m social distancing in all premises open to the public and workplaces has been removed.

  • The rule of six no longer apply to gatherings in regulated premises, such as hospitality, cinemas and theatres.

  • Licensed premises no longer need to only provide table service and collect contact details.

  • The domestic COVID Pass will no longer be required for entry into indoor or outdoor events and venues in Wales, including nightclubs, cinemas, theatres and concert halls. But events and venues will be able to continue to use it if they choose to.

  • Businesses, employers and other organisations should take reasonable measures to minimise the spread of coronavirus.

 

When will I need to wear a face covering?

Do I still need to keep 2m away from others?

The legal requirement to wear a face covering in many indoor public places came to an end on 28 February 2022, and restrictions were further eased on 28 March 2022.

Face coverings are no longer required by law.

 

The general requirement of 2m social distancing in all premises open to the public and workplaces has been removed.

 

 

A note from Mid Wales Tourism

We appreciate the respect our visitors are showing to our rural region. Thank you for helping to keep our communities safe.

Now, more than ever, our local tourism businesses in Mid Wales appreciate your support.

Why book through our website?

  • Deal direct with the business
  • Be assured your details are secure
  • Business regularly update their availability – all our members are happy to chat with you if you have any COVID-19 concerns
  • No commission on bookings - does not cost you, or the business, to book through Visit Mid Wales

Thank you - Diolch

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