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Image caption Conwy is among the areas going into lockdown. Four councils in north Wales are to go into local lockdown in a bid to tackle the spread of Covid-19. People will not be able to leave or enter Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire, and Wrexham unless they have a "reasonable excuse" such as work or education. They are the same restrictions as seen in most of south Wales, where lockdowns cover 11 different areas. The new measures will come into effect at 18:00 BST on Thursday. It will be illegal to meet others indoors who are not within your immediate household. Vaughan Gething, Wales' health minister, said a similar pattern of transmission had been seen in the four areas as there had been in the south. Full story

29 September

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