CAERPHILLY is being put into local lockdown following a “significant” spike in coronavirus cases being linked to holidays abroad. People will not be allowed to enter or leave the borough without good reason once the lockdown restrictions come into force in at 6pm on Tuesday. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates Everyone aged over 11 will be also be required to wear face coverings in local shops, the Welsh Government said. Meetings with other people indoors and extended households will not be allowed, while overnight stays will also be banned. Health Minister Vaughan Gething said a rapid increase in the number of confirmed cases have been linked to clusters of people meeting indoors and holidaying overseas.He said: “We have seen a significant rise in cases in Caerphilly borough over a very short space of time, which are linked to holiday travel abroad and people socialising indoors and not following social distancing guidelines. “A lot of these cases are in younger people and thankfully, at the moment, most of these are mild. “We need the help of everyone in Caerphilly borough to prevent the increasing and onward spread of coronavirus. “We can only bring this… Read full this story
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