The Welsh Government will announce new national rules on Monday 2 November, to help combat the spread of coronavirus, there will also be no local lockdowns after the 'fire-break'.
The First Minister for Wales has confirmed that local lockdowns will be replaced by a "simpler set of national rules that are easier for everybody to understand" when the firebreak ends in Wales on Monday, 9 November.
After the 'firebreak' on 9 November, shops, bars, restaurants and gyms will be able to reopen and that churches and places of worship will be able to resume services.
All pupils will be able to return to school following the 17-day lockdown period.
Mark Drakeford also announced - if you give false details to contact tracers, you will be committing an offence.
Mr Drakeford did not outline what fines will be levied against those who break the new contact tracing rules as yet.
It will also become an offence for employers preventing people from self-isolating, which itself will become a duty for individuals under the law.