Churches in Wales will be closing as part of a two week ‘firebreak’ to stop the spread of coronavirus, reports Premier.
The Welsh Cabinet have decided to enforce a ‘short, sharp shock’ to slow down the virus, which will start at 6pm this Friday.
The national lockdown covers the half-term school holidays and will end on 9th November.
Everyone will be required to stay at home and work at home unless their work is essential or cannot be done at home.
All non-essential retail and tourism will close as it did in March.
Places of worship, including churches, will close for two weeks as well, other than for funerals or wedding ceremonies.