The Welsh Government will introduce a law compelling all employers to make sure their workers keep two metres apart, Wales' First Minister has said.
Mark Drakeford said the social distancing legislation, the first in the UK, would require bosses to "put the needs of their workforce first" when it comes into force on Monday or Tuesday of next week.
At the Welsh Government's daily coronavirus briefing on Friday, the First Minister said the new law was in response to people in Wales saying they were fearful their health was being compromised in the workplace.
Mr Drakeford said: "We are going to put into law the two-metre requirement in the workplace, requiring employers to take all reasonable actions to comply with that two-metre rule.
"It's been advice up until now, and now it's going to be part of the regulations.
"We will publish fresh guidance alongside the regulations, and the regulations we will pass today will come into force on Monday evening or Tuesday morning.
"It is simply saying to employers they must put the needs of their workforce first, that their health and wellbeing must be top of their agenda, and the two-metre rule is there to protect that.
"But if they take all reasonable actions and comply with the guidance we're giving them their business can continue. This is not about stopping business from operating, it's about business operating in a way that is safe for their employees."
A Welsh Government spokesman said the new law would extend current social distancing laws which are currently in place for essential food-buying locations such as supermarkets.