Ceredigion council is reminding visitors to "act safely and respectfully", as the First Minister confirmed there will be no more easing of rules in Wales until at least 15 July.

In a written statement released today, First Minister Mark Drakeford said: "The coronavirus restrictions were last reviewed on 18 June when we paused the full move into alert level one for four weeks. This delay will help to reduce the peak number of daily hospitalisations by up to half and provide time for more people to receive their second dose of vaccine.

"This week we carried out the formal three-week review of the regulations. We have carefully considered the data and evidence and confirm that the restrictions in place should be maintained until at least the next regulatory review which will take place by 15 July."

Also today, Ceredigion council urged visitors to act responsibly.

A spokesperson said: "As expected, Ceredigion is already proving to be a popular destination for visitors this year. With regular and first-time visitors along with local staycationers expected to head for our coast and countryside over the coming months, we ask that they do so safely and respectfully.

"Ceredigion County Council is ready to welcome visitors and has measures in place to ensure that they enjoy the county at its best. To do this safely, we have: safe zones in our town centres; effective contact tracing procedures and visitor assistants who will be visiting popular hotspots offering advice and assistance.

"However, it is down to each and every one of us to make Ceredigion a safe and enjoyable a place to visit. Coronavirus has not gone away, and the recent variant is of concern."

They urged everyone to: stay local; meet outside as it is safer than inside; keep social mixing to a minimum and get tested and self-isolate even for mild symptoms.