Mark Drakeford has issued a message following Boris Johnson's statement.
First Minister Mark Drakeford has issued a message to the people of Wales that the "stay at home" advice around Coronavirus has not changed.
It's after Boris Johnson set out what he calls his 'first careful steps' to modify lockdown restrictions in England last night.
Going back to work, some schools reopening as well as allowing people to drive to different places and sit in parks were among the Prime Minister's plans.
Last night, Mark Drakeford reiterated his message that schools here will not be reopening on June the 1st and that the Welsh Government will continue to make decisions which are right for Wales.
Small changes will come into force across Wales from this afternoon.
We'll be able to exercise more often and garden centres will reopen as long as they comply with social distancing.
The Prime Minister has set out his changes to the lockdown rules in England.— Mark Drakeford (@fmwales) May 10, 2020
I set out the position for Wales on Friday.
Our message remains the same - Staying at home is the best way to protect yourself and others. pic.twitter.com/qi8DKEQsRq