That's all from our live coverage of the first minister's coronavirus update. Here's a reminder of the main points from Wednesday:
- Non-essential shops, salons and leisure services will close at the end of trading on Christmas Eve, with cafes, restaurants and pubs following suit from 18:00 GMT on Christmas Day.
- First Minister Mark Drakeford advised people should only form two-household bubbles over Christmas in Wales rather than three as the rules allow.
- From 28 December, Wales will move into an open-ended alert level four lockdown, meaning people must stay at home, not meet people outside their household and avoid non-essential travel.
- Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the relaxed rules on meeting would remain in place over the Christmas period across the UK but said Scotland and Wales had strengthened their own guidance.
- The first care home residents in Wales have received the Pfizer/BioNtech vaccine in a pilot scheme.
Public Health Wales said there would be a delay in today's update on deaths and new cases of Covid-19 - we'll have the details and further updates on the pandemic on the BBC News website.
Thanks for joining us. Have a good afternoon.