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UPDATED ON 10TH JANUARY 2021

Wales will move into a revised Alert Level 2 on the 26th December 2021. 

In a revised Alert Level 2 sport facilities and ice staking rinks can remain open.

All organised events must be organised by a responsible body and have a risk assessment.

The Welsh Government is advising to take regular lateral flow tests if you are meeting with others outside of your household. If your lateral flow test is positive, do not go out and take a PCR test within 24 hours.

The Welsh Government has provided (7th January 2022) new guidance on reasonable measures for indoor sport and leisure facilities.

Here are some general FAQ's about Alert Level 2

MORE INFORMATION

You can read the latest guidance and updates on the Welsh government website as well as their Sport and recreation guidance

We will update our guidance as soon as information is available.

IMPORTANT NOTE: You must follow official guidance from your governing body to resume organised activities. 

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