As cases of coronavirus continue to fall in Wales, the Welsh Government has announced a roadmap for how the country will ease its way out of lockdown.

But plans for a return to normality in Wales are less specific - in terms of dates, at least - than across the border. On February 19, Wales' First Minister extended most lockdown restrictions in Wales by three weeks but has already got our youngest pupils back to school.

Children aged three to seven started a phased return to face-to-face teaching, along with some students on practical college courses. The rest of primary school children and examination stage children are due to return on March 15, followed by a possible return of all pupils from April 12.

Meanwhile, in England, the Prime Minister wants pupils to get back to school by March 8.

You can now get all of the need-to-know news sent straight to your inbox by signing up for our free WalesOnline newsletter.

It takes just seconds to subscribe - simply click here, enter your email address and follow the instructions.

The two countries also diverge in their plans for reopening non-essential retail services and other entertainment venues.

The Welsh Government has confirmed that it will be looking at the restrictions around non-essential retail and close contact services as part of its next 21-day review which will end on Friday, March 12 .

This includes hairdressers, nail salons and non-essential shops that are not allowed to be open currently. They could be allowed to open in mid-March, with Wales' stay-at-home restriction potentially lifted too. But our hospitality venues are still waiting to hear any sort of date at all.

In England, non-essential retail, personal care - such as hairdressers and salons - and public buildings like libraries and museums will reopen in step two, no earlier than April 12 . Pubs and restaurants could serve drinks outdoors from April - and reopen indoors from May.

And sporting and live music events in England will return no earlier than May 17.

Which path out of lockdown do you think is best? Please let us know in this survey.

If you're using the app, please click "View Interactive Content" to take the survey.

If you sign up for our daily newsletter - included at the bottom of the survey - we will let you know the results when we have them.