• Video report by ITV News Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen

  • Words by ITV News Wales Correspondent Rupert Evelyn

The First Minister of Wales Mark Drakeford has announced that coronavirus lockdown will be extended for a further three weeks, but with small adjustments to the rules.

Exercise will be permitted more than once a day but only if it begins and ends at home.

Increased access to some local services such as recycling centres and libraries will be allowed.

Libraries are seen to be important, as for many they are often their only online access point.

The main road into the promenade at Barry Island is closed as tourist spots are deserted. Credit: PA

There will be some loosening on restrictions for businesses with garden centres being allowed to open again, but with the type of social distancing rules we have become used to.

Following calls for greater transparency the Welsh Government is also expected to publish scientific advice from TAC (Technical Advisory Cell) - their equivalent to theScientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage) in Westminster.

Altering the lockdown restrictions in Wales will be cautiously welcomed but the differences between what is legally allowed on Friday and Saturday are so minor they may almost be imperceptible.

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