The First Minister is expected to set out a roadmap which details how his government plans to leave lockdown in Wales.
There is unlikely to be any specific dates attached to the plan, so it will still be unclear for now when people can meet family members again, go back to school, or visit the hairdressers.
Instead, it will use a 'traffic light' system to make it clear when the go-ahead will be given to certain cautious changes and what the conditions need to be in order to trigger each phase of leaving lockdown.
That approach is reflected too in the roadmap's title, 'Unlocking our society and economy: continuing a conversation' suggesting that the plan won't be proscriptive.
It will include a reference to schools but there will be a separate document published at the same time by the Education Minister.
Again, do not expect any firm dates about a return to school - but parents and teachers will be promised that they will be given plenty of warning and there’ll be "transparency" in any decision-making.
When he publishes his plan at the Welsh Government's daily coronavirus briefing, Mark Drakeford is expected to say:
Over the last eight weeks, we have seen an incredible effort, from all parts of our society, to respond to the unprecedented challenge to our way of life posed by the Covid 19 virus.
Ministers and officials will use these questions to work out whether or not to keep, drop or introduce any particular restriction.
Would easing a restriction have a negative effect on containing the virus?
Does a particular measure pose a low risk of further infection?
How can it be monitored and enforced?
Can it be reversed quickly if it causes unintended consequences?
Does it have a positive economic benefit?
Does it have a positive impact on people's well-being?
Does it have a positive impact on equality?
Opposition parties have been offering their advice. The Conservatives say the plan should include a timetable for the 'phased, re-opening up of Welsh society' with 'milestones' including testing capacity to measure progress of the timetable.
The party also says there should be taskforces set up 'along key ministerial and departmental lines' as well as a financial package to help businesses and individuals with the transition to post-lockdown life.
Conservative leader in the Senedd, Paul Davies said:
Being realistic, we know we’re in for the long haul on the road to recovery. The effects of this pandemic have been like nothing in peacetime, and we do not expect any government to have achieved its country’s full return to normality in the short term.
"The Welsh Government’s exit strategy should mirror the model adopted so successfully by New Zealand. That means all efforts focused on driving down the R number to reduce the number of avoidable deaths to zero", he said.
Then, when the number of new cases has been successfully suppressed nationally, the Welsh Government should also consider a more local approach, with the ability to re-impose lockdown measures quickly in response to the emergence of new clusters.
The leader of the Brexit Party in the Senedd said the First Minister should go further and faster.
We need to lift the lockdown in Wales now, as Boris is beginning to do in England, and adopt a proper UK- wide approach. Stop fiddling with the rules just to make Wales a bit different.