More than £200m to help small businesses during the coronavirus outbreak has been announced.
It comes after the prime minister on Monday urged people to avoid unnecessary social contact, whilst avoiding pubs, bars, clubs and theatres.
As a result of the money, businesses in Wales will see their business rates cut or reduced.
The Welsh Government said shops, leisure and hospitality businesses with a rateable value of £51,000 or less will receive 100% business rate relief. Pubs with a rateable value of between £51,000 and £100,000 will receive a £5,000 reduction on their bill.
will be available for a new grant scheme for small businesses.
I know that helping businesses with their rates bills will not be enough to protect them from the severe drop in custom many are experiencing as coronavirus cases increase. We will be calling on the UK Government to act quickly and decisively to provide a very significant support package for vulnerable businesses and their employees.
First Minister Mark Drakeford welcomed £475m from the UK government on Monday on top of £360m promised at last week's budget, totalling £835m.
What is the latest advice?
People across the UK have been told to avoid pubs, clubs and theatres, stop all non-essential contact and travel, and work from home if they can.
As part of the measures, anyone living in a household with somebody who has either a persistent cough or fever must now also isolate themselves for 14 days.
By the weekend, those groups particularly vulnerable to coronavirus will be asked to stay at home for 12 weeks.
What does the government mean by 'social distancing?'
Avoid contact with someone who is unwell.
Avoid public transport.
Work from home.Avoid large gatherings.
Avoid gathering with friends and family.
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