Pub lock-ins, neighbours having guests around and people travelling to holiday accommodation are just some of the Covid breaches that have been reported to police during the latest lockdown.

Dyfed-Powys Police said they are still receiving reports from the public about people breaching latest coronavirus restrictions.

Inspector Jonathan Rees-Jones said: "Covid has gone on for a long time now. Nobody has got an excuse for not understanding what the current rules are.

"It's all about protecting and safeguarding each other. Hopefully with the vaccines we will be in a better position then."

Police officers are continuing to patrol the roads, and targeting areas where there have been continued breaches of the rules such as at Powys' many beauty spots.

Several people were fined last week after police stopped a "large number" of vehicles heading to Lake Vyrnwy and the waterfall near Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant.

Insp. Rees-Jones added: "With any natural beauty locations they are going to attract people to those areas. People think that they are in isolation when actually everyone has got the same idea, and there will be a lot of people there.

"We are conscious of our local natural beauty across the whole of Powys, and we continue to carry out patrols with our partners".