Since the 9th of November up to four people can meet in pubs and restaurants after the Welsh lockdown ended. This move is a part of a new set of national rules which will replace the current ‘fire-break’ restrictions. People who share the same household or bubble and children under the age of eleven do not count towards the four-person limit but they will have to prove that they share an address.
“We have listened to those young people and single people who told us how important it is for them to meet some friends and other family members. But this will be subject to strict protections discussed with the hospitality sector, including advanced booking, time-limited slots and verified identification. Its success depends on the actions of the sector and each of us to use this permission responsibly and sparingly.”Mark Drakeford, First Minister for Wales