News and comment about the town of Llangollen in Denbighshire, North Wales, UK.
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People in Wales will be able to visit parts of England and Scotland but not all areas, according to a story this morning on the Businesslive website.
Wales's new travel rules have been revealed in the latest coronavirus regulations.
The Welsh Government cabinet met on Wednesday to decide on the latest travel restrictions as England's lockdown came to an end.
Over the past month travel over the border has been banned - except for essential purposes - due to Covid rules in England and Wales.
Tourism businesses had been pressing for answers from Welsh Government about what regulations would be in place when England's lockdown ended.
Now new coronavirus regulations published by Welsh Government have revealed the new restrictions, says the story.
And it adds: "Under the rules coming into force from Friday at 6pm people will be able to travel between Wales and Tier 1 and Tier 2 areas of England.
"But the regulations bar travel into Tier 3 zones like Manchester - unless it is for work or another essential purpose.
"It means visitors from the Tier 1 and 2 areas of England can now take holidays in Wales.
"When it comes to Scotland people cannot travel from Wales to Level 3 or Level 4 areas of the country - and visitors from those areas cannot come here.
"The whole of Northern Ireland is also restricted as they are currently in a new lockdown."