FIRST minister Mark Drakeford will today (Friday, July 10) announce a three-week package of measures to further lift Wales’ coronavirus restrictions.

The measures will be phased in every Monday over the next review cycle and will see large parts of Wales’ visitor, hospitality, leisure and tourism industries re-open.

Pubs, cafes and restaurants will open outdoors and hairdressers, barbers and mobile hairdressers will re-open by appointment from Monday, July 13.


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Playgrounds and community centres will open from Monday, July 20, ahead of the summer holidays.

The first minister will also today signal to the wider beauty industry, including tattooists, to begin to prepare to re-open from Monday, July 27 if conditions allow.