Pubs, restaurants and hairdressers will be allowed to reopen in Wales from Monday, the First Minister is set to announce.
Mark Drakeford will also signal that nail salons and tattoo parlours, as well as indoor cinemas and camping sites, could be reopened towards the end of July.
Mr Drakeford will use his press conference on Friday to set out a three-week package of measures which could see a lifting of restrictions for Wales' tourism, hospitality, visitor and leisure industries.
A spokesperson for the Welsh Government said: “First Minister Mark Drakeford will today announce a three-week package of measures to further lift Wales’ coronavirus restrictions.
The measures will be phased in every Monday over the next review cycle and will see large parts of Wales’ visitor, hospitality, leisure and tourism industries re-open."
From July 13, pubs, cafes and restaurants will be allowed to reopen with outdoor-only service - while hairdressers, mobile hairdressers, and barbers will be able to resume by appointment only.
From July 20, restrictions on playgrounds and community centres will be lifted ahead of the summer holidays, as well as restrictions on outdoor gyms.
Campsites and other shared tourist facilities are expected to be considered for reopening on July 25 if coronavirus conditions allow.
Mr Drakeford is also expected to signal to businesses like nail and beauty salons and tattoo parlours to begin preparing to reopen from July 27, depending on the state of Covid-19 in Wales at that time.
Indoor cinemas, museums, galleries and archives are also expected to be considered for that date.
The timetable of lockdown changes in Wales as things stand: