We’d like to hear how the two-week ‘firebreak’ in Wales may affect you. Share your views and experiences with us
Near empty shelves of toilet paper stock at a supermarket in Llandudno, north Wales.
Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images
A temporary national lockdown will be imposed in Wales, the Welsh first minister, Mark Drakeford, has announced.
It’s hoped the two-week “firebreak” thoughout Wales which comes into force on Friday at 6pm – until Monday 9 November – will help prevent the spread of coronavirus. About 2.3 million people in Wales are already living under local lockdown rules, in 15 of Wales’s 22 counties plus Bangor and Llanelli.
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