Wales' "stay local" rules will be lifted on Monday, the First Minister Mark Drakeford will announce today.

From Monday, the instruction to people in Wales to stay in their local area will no longer apply, and people from two different households will be able to join together to form one "exclusive extended" household, the First Minister will say.

At present, rules in Wales state that people should not generally travel further than five miles from their home.

It comes a day after the announcement that the hospitality sector would be able to take its first steps towards reopening from later this month.

In his press conference later today, the First Minister is expected to say that, while some restrictions are being eased in Wales, everyone needs to continue to maintain social distancing and respect the places and communities they visit.