The Wales Government has published an update to its Coronavirus Control Plan, which builds on the traffic-light framework of restrictions originally put in place in May.
The revised plan puts in place four alert levels, aligned to the measures we will need to have in place to control the spread of the virus through the difficult winter months ahead of us and to protect people’s health.
It also sets out how and when Wales will move between these alert levels. The all-Wales measures are designed to be as simple, fair and clear as possible and they will provide greater certainty for people and businesses about what legal restrictions will be put in place, depending on the level of risk, helping them to plan for the future.
The Wales Government says that following the advice of the UK Scientific Advisory Group on Emergencies (SAGE), the approach draws on what has worked elsewhere in the UK and draws on what they have learned over the course of this year.
The four alert levels are: