The Welsh Government has published a 20-page document outlining its plans to lift Wales out of lockdown.
In what has been described as a "cautious approach" which puts the "health of the public first", the traffic light-style system details how different sectors of society including the reopening of schools, seeing family and friends, playing sports and running businesses will eventually happen in the coming months, while continuing to control the spread of coronavirus.
The First Minister used his press conference where he outlined the plan to warn people in Wales that coronavirus will be with us for "many months, if not years", and we must prepare for a "future with coronavirus in it".
So, how does the government plan on getting the economy back up and running - and what will different areas look like as restrictions are eased?
Seeing family and friends
At the moment, people in Wales are in lockdown which means contact only within households is allowed, with limited exceptions.
Under the red traffic light, one person from outside your household to provide or receive care or support whilst maintaining social distancing will be permitted.
Under the amber light, taking exercise with one other person or small group whilst maintaining social distancing will be allowed.
Under the green light, meeting one other person or "small group" to socialise while maintaining appropriate social distancing would be allowed.
The First Minister said things such as "mass gatherings", and groups of people under the same roof doing things in close proximity will be "much further down the line."
Under the red traffic light, some cultural sites will be opened with relaxation allowed locally.
Under the amber traffic light, more sites will reopen including museums and galleries. Weddings and other events will be allowed with "limited capacity" and "physical distancing."
The green traffic light would allow all special occasions and cultural and leisure activities to take place with "precautions".
Schools across Wales are still closed for most people, except for vulnerable children and those of key workers, which is a mix between lockdown and the red system.
Under the amber traffic light, priority groups of pupils will be able to return to school in a "phased approach" with increased numbers of children in childcare.
Under the green traffic light, all children and students will be able to access education and childcare.
Using public services
Some recycling centres have already reopened in Wales under the new red restrictions.
Under the amber traffic light, the Welsh Government says it will "continue to increase the availability of public services" - and increase access to non-essential health and care services such as elective surgery and dentistry.
Under the green traffic light, all normal public, health and social care serviced will reopen with physical distancing "where possible."
At the moment, there is a mix of lockdown and red implemented in Wales. That includes the advice to leave the house for essential travel, but local travel, including for click-and-collect retail is permitted.
Allowing outdoor leisure and recreation is also part of the red traffic light system.
Under the amber traffic light, travel for leisure, accessing non-essential retail and services will be permitted, as well as allowing more people to travel to work.
Under the green traffic light, unrestricted travel subject to "ongoing precautions" would be introduced.
Working or running a business
Some businesses in Wales have reopened including constructions sites, where social distancing and safe working practices can take place. This is currently classed as red.
Under the amber traffic light, non-essential retail outlets will open with physical distancing. Some personal services such as hairdressers will open as a "trial" and accommodation businesses, such as hotels and hostels, will reopen without shared facilities.
Under the green light, restaurants and pubs will reopen while observing physical distancing. All businesses and workplaces will open under what the Welsh Government call "new protocols."
In Wales, a limited number of non-essential retail outlets are open for click-and-collect services. This is under the red traffic light system, after the restrictions were lifted this week.
Under the amber traffic light, people will be able to access "most" non-essential retail outlets where adaptations are made to ensure appropriate distancing.
Under the green traffic light, people will be able to access all retail and leisure facilities, including gyms, whilst taking "reasonable precautions".
At the moment in Wales, places of worship are closed, with exceptions for funerals and cremations.
Under the red traffic light, places of worship for private prayer while practicing physical distance would be permitted.
Under the amber traffic light, congregation sizes and services would be limited and linked to the ability to ensure appropriate distancing.
Under the green traffic light, all places of worship will be open with a full range of services, alongside physical distancing.
Unlimited exercise is currently permitted in Wales, which is part of the red system.
Outdoor sports courts reopening and elite athletes being able to resume training is part of the red traffic light - but no announcement has been made in those areas.
Under the amber traffic light, team and individual sports, non-contact sport and games in "small groups indoors and outdoors" will be permitted. Some outdoor events with "limited capacity" and events will take place behind closed doors for broadcast.
Under the green traffic light, all sports leisure and cultural activities will resume, but with physical distancing. All events will resume, but with "limited capacity".
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