Newspaper reporting speculating how the prime minister might ease lockdown in England risks “sending mixed messaging” to people elsewhere in the UK, the Welsh Government has said.
Boris Johnson is expected to make an announcement at the weekend.
But in a statement the Welsh Government pressed that the decision in Wales is theirs.
Ministers in Wales are legally required to review the stay-at-home arrangements – which are devolved – on Thursday.
The Welsh cabinet, led by First Minister Mark Drakeford, met this morning and will meet again this evening. The Welsh Government urged people to stay home this bank holiday weekend.
So far the coronavirus lockdown has remained broadly similar across the UK, with small differences.
A Welsh Government spokesman said: “The Welsh cabinet met this morning to discuss the lockdown