Prime minister Mark Drakeford made the announcement Friday during a press conference following the last revision of the regulations of the welsh government on the coronavirus.
Mr Drakeford said: “The restrictions on a wide range of outdoor activities will be lifted allowing the external markets and the sports pitches to open – but not for contact sports or team for the time being. ”
This decision also allows elite athletes, non-professional, including the hopes of the olympic and paralympic games, to take over the training.
It was widely expected that the sports grounds in the open air would be allowed to open in the last review, with the roadmap of the traffic lights from the welsh government – which shows how Wales could get out of the lock – after you have given some guidance on the next step, which could be .
The decision not to do this during the last review three weeks ago has left many tennis players unhappy with the fact that Wales, alongside Andorra, was the only place in western Europe to have suspended all its activities in tennis due to the pandemic of sars coronavirus – with the governing body of the sport in Wales seeking clarification urgent.
The welsh government has stated that the reason for the failure to re-open was that he could not lift a number of restrictions to each lock-in period and that he wanted to give priority to persons who were members of the family.
No other changes have been announced by the Prime minister in the field of sport or exercise.
The rules to remain local to remain in force until the 6th of July at the earliest, so that you can not travel more than five miles for any sporting activity.
And any outdoor activity can be done alone, with members of your own household, or someone from another household.
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You can read the full transcript of the speech by Prime minister Mark Drakeford here while this piece covers exactly what the new rules announced Friday.
Earlier Friday, the state of alert of coronavirus in the United Kingdom has been reduced from level four to level three.
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