Coronavirus lockdown advice has not changed in Wales, the First Minister Mark Drakeford has said.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced a change to the UK government’s message for England – calling on people to “stay alert, control the virus” and “save lives”.
But the slogan has been rejected by Welsh ministers who control the lockdown rules in Wales.
Mr Drakeford said people should stay home “wherever you can”.
In a video statement, the first minister said he had set out “modest” changes to the stay home rules on Friday.
They included opening garden centres and allowing people to exercise more than once a day.
“Our advice has not changed in Wales,” he said.