The Welsh Government is due to announce later if and when it’ll bring in a short, nationwide lockdown. A two or three-week “fire-break”, as it’s being called, could see people once again told to stay at home, and pubs, bars, restaurants, leisure facilities and non-essential shops closed. Primary pupils would likely return after half term as planned, but secondary school students may be kept at home for longer. Northern Ireland has already imposed a circuit-breaker, including school closures. Scotland has tougher rules in place across the central belt, but schools are so far unaffected.