Hospitality in Wales could reopen indoors in May if Covid cases remain low, its government has said.
No exact date has been specified, but the Welsh government said that after May 17 “it would "consider enabling indoor hospitality and remaining visitor accommodation to reopen in advance of the Spring Bank Holiday".
Outdoor service is set to reopen on April 26, two weeks after venues in England.
Mark Drakeford, first minister for Wales, told the BBC: "For the first time in the timetable we are now able to set out the first re-openings of indoor activities."
"The presence of the virus in Wales is the lowest in the United Kingdom, the rate of vaccination in Wales is the highest in the United Kingdom."