Clwyd South MP Simon Baynes is encouraging visitors and tourists not to visit the beauty spots, scenic towns and villages in this area and elsewhere in North Wales in order to contain Coronavirus.
Welsh Conservative MPs are in touch with the Home Secretary and No.10 Downing Street and were pleased to hear that the government is considering tougher measures to prevent people coming to visitor and tourist attractions in order to avoid COVID-19.
Mr Baynes said: “Tourism is normally a vital industry for Clwyd South but now we must ensure that visitors stay away from the beauty spots of Clwyd South as residents are very worried about the spread of Coronavirus from these visits.
"The government is rightly advising people to stay at home and avoiding unnecessary travel. It has closed pubs, restaurants, cafés and visitor attractions so people must stay away from Clwyd South and not put pressure on our shops, supermarkets and health services.
"This is the greatest national crisis since World War 2 and we must all pull together to protect each other, particularly the vulnerable in society and our brave health workers, and this way we will beat Coronavirus together.”