Unsure about what you can and can't do in Wales now that the Welsh Government has imposed new coronavirus rules and restrictions?

Check out all the changes here:

To help further prevent the spread of coronavirus, new measures were announced by the First Minister and came into force at on Thursday, September 24, 2020:

• Hospitality businesses in Wales will have to close at 10pm and provide table service only.

• All off-licences, including supermarkets, will have to stop selling alcohol at 10pm.

The public is also being asked to think carefully about making journeys and only travel where it is essential to do so.

The Welsh Government have also introduced the following measures:

• A new £500 payment to support people on low incomes who are asked to self-isolate if they have coronavirus;

• Strengthened regulations to ensure employers support people who need to self-isolate.

The new measures are part of a package of co-ordinated actions to control the spread of coronavirus.

These new measures are to be introduced alongside those that are already in place:

• Keep a 2m social distance from each other when out and about.

• Wash your hands regularly.

• Wear a mask in indoor public places, shops and on public transport

• Only meet six people indoors from your extended household (not including children 11 and under).

• Do not meet with more than 30 people outdoors.

• Work from home, wherever possible.

• Think carefully about making journeys: only travel where you need to do so.

All the latest information and advice regarding the coronavirus can be found on Ceredigion County Council’s website: ceredigion.gov.uk/Coronavirus