Wales Health Minister Vaughan Gething warned Wales could have to lockdown in less than seven weeks if there is no change in behaviour.
Speaking today, Vaughan Gething said “If we see cases continue to rise… then we may be in a position to make that decision and need to make that decision sooner than the seven-week period of time,"
“It does, I think, say to the public there is a limited period of weeks for us to reconsider the choices we're making, and to behave in a different way, if we are to avoid more local lockdowns or a national lockdown.”
He added: “You want to engage with people to persuade people but ultimately if people want to break the rules, then they’ll find there are consequences that come from that.”
Public Health Wales have confirmed a further 183 cases of coronavirus confirmed in Wales, with 0 cases in the Vale of Glamorgan.