Vlog # 9 Wales lockdown oct2020 HERE we go , The Welsh Government has said that in large supermarkets or department stores, "it will be clear that certain sections or aisles of the store must be cordoned off or emptied, and closed to the public." New regulations, being introduced 23rd October 2020 say that parts of a store selling electrical goods, telephones, clothes, toys and games, and products for the garden should be closed to the public – and these products should not be sold. Welsh Government says it recognises the enormous efforts businesses have made to become safe places, but that it was important to minimise spread of the virus. The regulations state: "This requirement to close during the 'firebreak' period is not a reflection on those efforts and we appreciate that some business environments make only a low or moderate contribution to the risk of transmitting the virus. "But at this stage, minimising any contribution to the spread of the virus is important."