Wales First Minister Mark Drakeford has said some schools could close in the event of a local coronavirus outbreak.

He told BBC Breakfast: "Every local flare-up is different; in some places not reopening schools would be part of a plan, in other sorts of outbreaks that may not be necessary.

"It's down to the local circumstances, down to the team on the ground. and they will then advise Welsh ministers."

Mr Drakeford added: "There are a series of options that we could draw on if we needed to.

"Our top plan is to get every child back in school in September so that they are learning - these children have been deprived of their learning for months."