'Revised guidance' will be published tomorrow after a weekend of controversy in Wales over the decision to ban supermarkets and other shops allowed to remain open during the 'fire-break' lockdown from selling 'non-essential items'.
The Welsh Government had said today, Monday, October 26, it planned to speak to the retail sector about the policy, which was announced last week.
Tonight, a Government spokesman confirmed those talks had taken place, and there would be news on changes tomorrow - Tuesday, October 27.
A Welsh Government spokesperson said: “Ministers have held positive discussions with retail sector representatives this evening. Revised guidance will be published tomorrow.”
There has been widespread criticism of the non-essential sales ban since it was announced on Thursday, October 22, just one day before Wales when into its two-week lockdown aimed at bringing down cases of coronavirus in Wales.
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The intention was to prevent shops selling items like clothes during the lockdown when other retailers which only sold those items would be forced to close as they did not sell food.
But the short notice came in for criticism with Sara Jones, head of the Welsh Retail Consortium, saying: "This last minute guidance, whilst welcome, falls short of providing the level of certainty that our businesses have needed to manage and implement what is being expected of them."
On Friday, shops were busily sealing and taping off aisles which sold goods deemed by the Welsh Government to be non-essential.
But at the weekend there were protests against the policy, with one man filmed apparently ripping down all the coverings stopping people from buying non-essentials, and another man visiting a store in just his underpants to complain about sales of clothes being banned.
More than 24,000 people have now signed a petition calling on the Labour administration to reconsider this rule.
There was also controversy after a customer was wrongly told by a Tesco employee that period products could not be sold as they were non-essential items, before it was revealed that an aisle selling the products had been barriered off due to a theft.
And a sign apparently mistakenly placed on shelving holding formula baby milk also added to the confusion.
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