Crowds of Wales outdoor events will be able to return from Friday, January 21, after the Wales government has announced the removal of the Covid-19 restriction in the next two weeks.
Supporters will be able to take part in Wales’ first Home Six Nations match against Scotland on February 12.
The Welsh rugby region and football clubs can now plan for a return of fans.
“There are some very early positive signs,” said Prime Minister Mark Drakeford of Wales’ Covid rate.
The restrictions will be lifted Wales moves to alert level 0.
Outdoor events will be fully operational from 21st January and indoor events will resume without restrictions from Friday 28th January.
Drakeford said the cases of Omicron are declining “rapidly” and the rules can be relaxed “gradually.”
The Welsh government also noted that the booster campaign was successful in allowing the restrictions to be lifted, and 1.8m received an additional dose.
“From tomorrow (Saturday, January 15th), the number of people who can attend the event outdoors will increase from 50 to 500, and on January 21st, the following Friday, all outdoor activities will move to alert level 0. I will, “said Mr. Drakeford.
“”[There will be] There is no limit to the number of people who can participate in outdoor activities. Crowds can return to sporting events and outdoor hospitality that can be run as they were in the early days of the pandemic.
“If that number continues to decline, on January 28th, we will reduce the alert level for all indoor activities and facilities to zero … Hospitality can still be operated indoors as before.”
Cardiff City, Swansea City, Newport County, Lexham Fans will be able to participate from next weekend Swansea This team is the only team to have a home fixture on Saturday, January 22nd, when Preston North End visited the championship.
“We are pleased to welcome our supporters,” Swansea said in a statement at Preston’s match back at the kick-off at 15:00 GMT. Livestreaming was possible because the kick-off was advanced to 12:30 GMT, but this is not possible because fans can participate.
Russell Martin’s head coach welcomed the news that supporters will return to Swansea.com Stadium.
“It’s really positive and great news not only for football, but for society as a whole,” he said.
“The numbers seem to be heading in the right direction and we can lift the restrictions. Hopefully this is the last opportunity we have to deal with this.”
Scarlet Fans can be welcomed at the European Champions Cup home tie against Bristol on Saturday, January 22nd.
The RGC-Cardiff Wales Premiership match on Saturday, January 15th will be played with fan permission and will be limited to 500 players.
The Cymru League, Contains Welsh PremierAfter a break prompted by Covid’s restrictions, it will be fully resumed on Friday, January 21st.
The Cymru League,Adran League When Adal League It was interrupted shortly before Christmas.
On Friday, January 28th, fans will return to the Rodney Parade. Dragon v United Rugby Championship Benetton, next day supporters will be available Osprey v with Edinburgh Cardiff v Leinster.
Crowds will be allowed for indoor events starting Friday, January 28th.
In ice hockey, Cardiff Devil’s Fans will need to play three more home games in a closed room before returning to Ice Arena Wales for an elite league match against Fife Flyers on Friday, January 28th.
The indoor event, which will resume on January 28, preempts the middleweight battle between Wales boxers Liam Williams and Chris Eubank Jr. at the Utilita Arena on Saturday, February 5. I will move to another venue.
Premier League Darts Also, we will be able to welcome fans at the same venue on Thursday, February 3rd.
Park run The event can also be returned after being Stopped from January 1st.
Development also enables English clubs Chester, The stadium is on the Welsh side of the Welsh-England border, Welcome the fans again For home games in the National League North.
Drakeford cautioned that all restrictions lifted depend on the data.
“If the numbers continue to decline, this is what we can do. We follow the data, we follow the science.”
Scotland Remove restrictions on sports spectators From Monday, January 17th.
Welsh crowds can return from January 21st
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