NICOLA Sturgeon is to ask her Welsh counterpart on his government’s plans to impose quarantine restrictions for people travelling into Wales from areas with high levels of coronavirus elsewhere in Britain.
A UK four nations meeting is to be held this afternoon to assess the pandemic and consider any co-ordinate measures that could be implemented to slow the spread of the virus.
The First Minister was asked for her response to the Welsh Government’s proposals during questions at her daily briefing this afternoon on the pandemic.
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“I have not seen the comments of the Welsh Government,” she said.
“I will speak to Mark Drakeford this afternoon and that may be something he expands upon there.”
It comes after the Prime Minister declined to impose travel restrictions on people in English lockdown areas.
People in locked down parts of Wales are unable to leave except for a limited set of reasons.
Wales’ health minister said the government is to consider the matter today.