Six Nations: Wales lifts restrictions and will play with the public against Scotland

The prohibitions and restrictions resulting from the outbreak of Covid-19 that shake the world again were a headache for Europeans ahead of the next edition of the six nations. The Welsh government lifted the measures I had taken and now it is expected that the game against Scotland, on February 12 at Cardiff Principality Stadium, is played to full court.

The Welsh Government announced lifting of restrictions to the attendance of fans at sporting events from January 21, which means that the matches for the second date of the Six Nations of Wales can be played with the public.

The Omicron variant forced to all the sports events in Wales they will be played no crowd attendance in the stadiums. There is due to be a report clarifying the lifting of restrictions by Prime Minister Mark Drakeford, who told BBC Wales: “It’s a four-stage process.”

“Starting tomorrow the number of people who can participate in an outdoor event will go from 50 to 500 and On Friday of next week, January 21, all outdoor activities will move to alert level 0., Drakeford added.

The lifting of restrictions means fans will be able to attend Wales’s first Six Nations home game against Scotland in Cardiff on February 12.