The tourist season – or what there was of it this year – is all but over in the seaside resort of Tenby in west Wales, as a coronavirus fire-break is to begin unlike in England.
First Minister Mark Drakeford says it must be a national effort, and that ‘every contribution, however small, will make the difference’.
There’s also a warning that in rural areas where COVID-19 rates are lower, smaller hospitals could result in a significant impact.
The measures will remain in place until 9 November.
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