The Welsh Government has announced the first phase of a planned reopening for bars, restaurants and cafes with outdoor spaces following a rapid review of the sector.
A final decision about outdoor re-opening will be made at the next review of the coronavirus regulations tomorrow (July 9) and will depend on whether rates of coronavirus are continuing to fall.
Future decisions about indoor re-opening will be made later and will depend on the success of the first phase of outdoor opening.
Welsh Government will also confirm the timetable for re-opening outdoor visitor attractions and the partial opening of the tourism industry in Wales for the remainder of the summer season.
And, subject to the forthcoming review of coronavirus regulations on July 9, the tourism sector is preparing to re-open self-contained accommodation.