Coronavirus restrictions will be further eased in Wales from Saturday.
From Saturday, April 24 , six people from any number of homes will be allowed to meet outdoors. This replaces the current rule which allows six adults from a maximum of two households to meet outdoors. The six does not include children under 11 years of age or carers.
The Welsh Government says it will particularly benefit young people, who can meet in groups again. It will also mean six friends from different homes can meet, or different parts of families. Social distancing rules still apply.
As expected, hospitality venues - including bars restaurants and cafes - can open outdoors again from Monday, April 26 .
Further announcements about restrictions will be announced on Thursday and at a press conference by the First Minister on Friday.
All the key dates for Wales as they now stand
Six people from any number of households can meet outdoors.
There is then another review planned on May 13, when it is hoped the following will be allowed to happen from May 17: