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Today is the first review of the local Covid-19 restrictions that were put in place on Friday, September 25, affecting people in a large part of Llanelli.
Positive cases in the ‘health protection zone’ are still three times higher than other parts of the county, but the actions of residents appear to be making a difference.
Whilst the signs are encouraging, the restrictions for the Llanelli area need to remain in place for at least another week to ensure the spread of infection can continue to be controlled.
The situation will be reviewed weekly, with figures and decisions announced every Friday afternoon.
The rest of Carmarthenshire continues to be monitored and all residents are being asked to continue following the national guidelines to ensure the whole county stays out of ‘lockdown’.
Everyone is being urged to continue social distancing, washing hands, wearing a face covering indoors - and also outdoors where they can’t keep two metres apart - self-isolating and getting a test if they experience Covid-19 symptoms including a new continuous cough, high temperature, or loss of taste and smell.