Kuoni Tumlare New : Wales

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Wales - Covid-19 regulations:

Overview

Wales Eases Lockdown Restrictions. They are dropping the 5 mile rule, thereby allowing people to travel wherever they want in Wales (including visitors from the other nations).

Source: www.instituteforgovernment.org.uk.
Last updated: 11th August 2020

National movement

No restrictions on distance. The restrictions preventing more than two households or extended households meeting outdoors will be changed to allow up to 30 people to meet outdoors. Physical distancing must be maintained at all times

Cross-borders

The Welsh government has announced that travellers from a list of countries will be exempt from the 14-day quarantine requirements put in place by COVID-19 regulations. These exemptions came into effect on 10 July and are in line with those countries exempt in England.

Airports

The following measures have been put in place at Cardiff Airport:
1. Enhanced cleaning of the whole Airport throughout the day and night, plus a deep sanitisation before the terminal re-opens
2. More hand sanitiser stations added throughout the Airport
3. Social distancing for staff and customers, keeping 2m wherever possible
4. New protective screens in areas such as check in, boarding gates and immigration desks
5. Increased signage and floor markings to help everyone understand the changes to the Airport and remind everyone about the safety measures
6. Displays of all the relevant UK and Welsh Government advice and information
7. Introduced a team of ‘Airport Stewards’ to help customers with the changes throughout the terminal and to be on hand to answer any questions
8. All Airport teams are wearing appropriate PPE as required, including face coverings in all areas
9. We're asking passengers to wear face coverings when travelling through the Airport before they fly and when they land at Cardiff
10. Encouraging contactless payments throughout the Airport where possible
11. Asking only customers and Cardiff Airport team to enter the terminal buildings
12. Training Airport teams about COVID-19 and the safety measures that have been put in place.
All shops at the Airport are currently closed until further notice. Vending machines are available throughout the terminal to purchase drinks, snacks and items of PPE such as sanitzer and face masks. Take-away food and drink is available to purchase.

Public Transport

Only travel if essential. Operating with a reduced service at the moment. Wearing face coverings will be compulsory on public transport.

Taxi

Will only carry key workers.

Guides / Assistants

No regulations decided. Due to lockdown this is not classed as essential and is not permitted.

Coaches

Still not permitted.

Rail / Cable Cars

Trains are running on a reduced service. Practice social distancing during your journey, keeping at least two rows apart from other passengers onboard in Standard and one row in First Class. Face coverings should be used on trains. There will be no onboard catering.

Shops

Non-essential shops reopened from 22 June

Restaurants

Pubs, bars, restaurants, cafes are able to re-open indoors since 3 August.

Hotels

Self-contained holiday accommodation to reopen 11 July.

Tourist accommodation with shared facilities to reopen 25 July

Attractions

Reopening of outdoor activities and attractions on 6th July.

Reopening of indoor attractions from 13th July.

Reopening of indoor cinemas, museums, galleries from 27th July.

Events

Many events have been postponed or cancelled.