In Wales we do things a little differently. The rules and regs in Wales have always differed a little from those in England. Please have a read of the latest coronarvirus rules. The face mask rules will remain in place despite the UK government's decision to scrap them in England.
Most Covid rules in Wales - but not all - are set to be scrapped from 7 August.
The Welsh government said all laws on the number of people who can meet will end but First Minister Mark Drakeford warned against "a free for all."
Nightclubs would be able to reopen, but face masks will still be required in most indoor public places except in pubs, restaurants and schools.
Some rules will change on Saturday, meaning six people can to meet in private homes and holiday homes.
Despite the plan to ease many rules, people will be asked to continue working from home wherever possible.
Meanwhile, specific social distancing in workplace laws are expected to end from 7 August, with businesses left to decide if they still need to keep customers and workers apart through risk assessments.
Mr Drakeford warned the Senedd that the Delta variant is in every part of Wales and was "spreading quickly", with "real dangers" that could not be ignored.
He told a press conference: "This is not a free-for-all."
From Saturday 17 July
Wales will complete the move to alert level 1:
Complete the move to alert level 0: