NEWS ROUNDUP: More pupils return to school and goodbye lockdown locks
People in Wales can now say goodbye to their lockdown locks as barbers and hairdressers re-open for the first time in 2021. Customers must book their trims with an appointment, with nail parlous and beauty salons expected to stay shut until the 12th of April. The change is one of the first steps the Welsh Government are taking to slowly bring Wales out of it’s national lockdown.
All remaining primary school children, pupils in years 11 and 13 and many college students will be heading back to education this week. Pupils in year 10 and above will be strongly encouraged to take rapid covid tests twice a week, with face coverings to be used when social distancing is not possible.
The Angel Hotel in cardiff has offered itself as a safe space for anyone who feel intimidated or at risk in the city centre. The hotel posted the message online in response tothe disappearance and death of Sarah Everard.
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