This is a diolch to our friends and colleagues

The Meet In Wales team would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your interest in Wales, the business you have brought over the last few years and for your messages of support. 

We want to assure you that we are here to support you should you need any Wales information, advice or contacts. We will keep our online channels maintained and live and will return back to our usual programme of contact as the situation improves globally.  In the meantime we hope to meet you virtually at some virtual events. 
  
You can contact us directly via: 

Email: meetinwales@gov.wales
Twitter: @MeetInWales
LinkedIn: Meet In Wales
Instagram: @MeetInWales

You can also sign up to our Meet In Wales newsletter to keep up with the latest news updates from Wales. 

Gyda diolch a chofion gorau / with thanks and best wishes,

The Meet In Wales team

A message from Heledd Williams, Head of Business Events

A message from Heledd Williams, Head of Business Events. 

What are the restrictions in place in Wales?

This page contains information on specific restrictions in Wales (which differ from the other nations of the UK). Page last updated 11 August 2021

Wales is operating at Alert Level 0. The alert levels will be reviewed every three weeks. There is now no legal limit on the number of people who can meet at an event and all business premises can re-open again. Coronavirus risk assessments will be a legal requirement for all businesses to complete along with event organisers and planners. Face coverings remain a legal requirement in indoor public places, but will be eased as the public health risk decreases. Please refer to the guidance for businesses and event organisers for further information. Anyone in Wales for any reason needs to abide by the Wales regulations and guidance.

Rainbow over the landing field at airport and white buildings in background.

Cardiff Airport

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