NEWS ROUNDUP: Travel companies are planning for Welsh Government’s Friday announcement
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Extra Covid testing is being rolled out in Wales' largest port to tackle a "concerning" rise in positive cases. Holyhead is the second highest Covid hotspot in Wales, behind Mynydd-bach in Swansea, with 39 cases recorded in the past week. A makeshift testing clinic will be set up in Holyhead Leisure Centre for those displaying no Covid symptoms.
Tourism businesses in Wales have said they are making plans to reopen ahead of Friday's lockdown review. Welsh government ministers and health officials are expected to discuss whether travel restrictions can be eased to allow limited tourism in Wales over Easter. The First Minister has stated that this can only happen if cases remain low.
And it has been announced that Cardiff's John Lewis store is not on the latest list of the retailer's eight shops that will be closing in a move that puts 1,465 jobs at risk. It comes after the firm warned of store closures as it reported a pre-tax loss of £517m as a result of severe Covid trading restrictions.
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