Alert Level 4

Wales entered Alert Level 4 on Saturday 19th December. 

In Alert Level 4: 

  • Organised outdoor and indoor sporting activity WILL NOT BE PERMITTED.
  • Individual outdoor activity - including with your own household or one member of another household is permitted. From Saturday 20th February, four people from two different households will be able to meet outdoors for socially distanced local exercise. This doesn’t apply to private gardens.
  • There is no limit to the amount of outdoor exercise an individual can undertake. All activity must take place locally. Alert Level 4 restrictions must be followed at all times.
     

For full details on what Alert Level 4 means for sport and physical activity, see the Welsh Government FAQs

Facilities

Leisure and fitness facilities, including swimming pools, WILL NOT BE PERMITTTED to open to the public under Alert Level 4.

Elite Sport

Professional sports will be able to continue under Alert Level 4. Any non-professional sporting events would need to be specifically authorised by Ministers. Spectators will be prohibited from attending sporting events.

 

You can find out more information on the Welsh Government Alert Levels.

 

See the Sport Wales pages for exercise and activities you can do at home.

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