We're being reminded to only to leave home for an essential reason.
The head of the NHS in Wales is urging people here to stick to the rules - and listen to the stay at home message this bank holiday weekend.
In Wales, the advice remains that all non-essential travel should be avoided.
We’ve seen exceptional efforts from the NHS and our social care workers to treat people in Wales.— Welsh Government (@WelshGovernment) May 22, 2020
Let’s not throw all this effort away.
Here’s Dr Goodall, the Chief Executive of NHS Wales, with a reminder to stay at home this weekend to protect our NHS👇 pic.twitter.com/NGqxDCRUGs
It's as the police are also reminding people that the rules here are different to those in place in England.
Those who repeatedly break lockdown rules can face fines of up to £1,920.