Advice has been shared to the residents of Caerphilly County Borough who are on holiday in Ceredigion and to accommodation providers.

If a person has already been away from the local area of Caerphilly for some time, and are able to stay away, it is considered reasonable for them to do so. People are advised not to curtail holidays where doing so will cause difficulties.

However, people who left the Caerphilly County Borough area shortly before restrictions were put in place should be aware they pose a higher risk of transmitting the virus, and so ideally they should return home as soon as possible.

Once residents return to Caerphilly, they should then remain in the area until restrictions are lifted.

This advice has been shared as part of Welsh Government Frequently Asked Questions as part of a rise in coronavirus cases in Caerphilly County Borough.

The Coronavirus has not gone away and is still a risk to the public. Remember the key basics.

  • Wash your hands regularly.
  • Keep a social distance from others.
  • Only four extended households to meet indoors – as a household, you cannot switch your four extended households.
  • Gatherings of no more than 30 people to meet outdoors.
  • Wear a face covering if needed. Face coverings are mandatory on public transport
  • Work from home, if possible.

If you have any symptoms, ensure that you and your immediate household self-isolate immediately. Visit or call 119 to book a test.

Together, we can keep Ceredigion safe. More information and advice on the coronavirus is available here.