An A&E doctor was found breaking coronavirus rules after being pulled over by police in north Wales.
North Wales Police said the doctor and their partner were spotted in Betws-Y-Coed in Snowdonia after travelling from an area currently in lockdown in the UK.
The pair have been reported for summons and were “advised to go home”, officers from Llanrwst said.
The post, shared by North Wales Police Conwy Valley said: “Police Officers from Llanrwst have today reported for summons an A&E doctor along with their partner for breaching the COVID Wales legislation after travelling from an area of the UK on full covid lockdown. They have been advised to return home.”
Currently Welsh Government rules limits travel to Wales from the rest of the UK to only those with a “reasonable excuse” such as work or to care for others.
Travel within Wales is permitted for residents, but travel out of Wales is allowed only in certain circumstances. You can find more information about the rules here.
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In west Wales, a number of people have appeared in court for breaching lockdown restrictions earlier this year.
It includes one man made to pay £800 after travelling from Carmarthenshire to Pembrokeshire to walk his dog, and another person who travelled to Wales from the West Midlands to “sleep in his car”.
So far Dyfed-Powys Police has been the busiest force in the UK when it came to enforcing lockdown restrictions earlier this year.
Between March 27 and September 21, they issued more than 1,700 fixed penalty notices.