Four additional areas in south Wales will go into lockdown from 18:00 BST on Tuesday, which means in excess of a fourth of the Welsh populace will be under more tight limitations.
Merthyr Tydfil, Bridgend, Blaenau Gwent and Newport will have similar limitations as Rhondda Cynon Taf.
Individuals won't have the option to enter or leave those zones aside from a set number of exclusions, for example, work.
Authorized premises, for example, bars and bars should close by 23:00 consistently.
Individuals might have the option to blend in with those not in their own family unit outside - meeting individuals from their all-encompassing families inside will be restricted in the four regions.
The bar rule will likewise be stretched out to Caerphilly district ward, which was put under nearby limitations a week ago.
Vaughan Gething, Welsh Government wellbeing clergyman, said there had been a "stressing and fast ascent in cases in four other south Wales chamber territories - Blaenau Gwent, Bridgend, Merthyr Tydfil and Newport".
"It's consistently a troublesome choice to present limitations yet Covid has not disappeared - it is as yet circling in networks across Wales and, as we are finding in parts of south Wales, little groups can rapidly cause main problems in nearby networks."
It comes as the UK's four boss clinical officials consented to overhaul the Covid ready level from three to four, which means transmission is "high or rising exponentially".
The new estimates influence 431,000 individuals, implying that a little more than 850,000 individuals in Wales will be under nearby lockdown from Tuesday.
What are the limitations?
The standards mean you can't visit or leave the six regions influenced without a "sensible reason".
That incorporates:
For work, on the off chance that you can't telecommute
For training
For purchasing basics like food or medication
To give or get crisis help
To meet a legitimate commitment, and to get to or get public administrations
To dodge injury or sickness or departure a danger of mischief
To see family or dear companions on sympathetic grounds
Drivers can keep on going through the regions on the M4 and different streets.
Individuals can keep on meeting outside in gatherings of up to 30 individuals, however can't meet different family units inside at home or in bars or cafés.
'Individuals simply come out before'
Clients at The Pen and Wig bar in Newport on Monday were not persuaded a bar time limit would assist with controlling the infection.
Richard Wooding said the prior shutting time could urge individuals to have local gatherings: "In the event that the bars shut before, at that point individuals simply come out before.
"I came out last Saturday, I was dismayed at the quantity of individuals out. The bar staff can't police it. However, I don't figure you can stop it. Individuals are simply going to party in their own homes."
Another client, Rebecca James, stated: "I don't have a favorable opinion of a nightlife here at any rate. On the ends of the week it will influence individuals, returning home early, however during the week everything closes around 11 in any case."
In any case, Justin Cliffe, who runs occasions for Le Pub, was worried: "For us as a bar, to close at 11, it's bad. This setting runs until 1am so it's a nightlife spot instead of [somewhere for a] bar lunch.
"So the alternatives that we're talking about are whether the bar closes totally or whether we simply return to doing take out or nourishment for conveyance. We're going over the alternatives, yet it doesn't look great."
Jack Banister, who possesses Newport bar Breeze, said he was trusting individuals would compensate for the time limit by beginning their night sooner, yet dreaded some may remain away by and large.
He stated: "Definitely, I figure it will be calmer. In many individuals eyes, there will be no reason for going out. What's more, with this standard of one family - well that will be unimaginable."
The bar needed to close recently after a client tried positive for Covid-19.
"We were doing truly a long time before that occurred," he said. "We did the mindful thing we felt, by illuminating our Facebook page".
"However, there's continually setting off to that disgrace - that Breeze had a case, would I like to go there and get it? Despite the fact that it's not our shortcoming."
Newport Live, which runs Newport committee's recreation offices, said it will dismiss individuals who are not from the city with the exemptions for world class competitors and individuals with explicit wellbeing or portability issues.
What are the figures?
On Monday, Public Health Wales (PHW) said there had been a further 234 instances of individuals with Covid, however no new passings.
Of these, 40 were in Rhondda Cynon Taf, 20 in Blaenau Gwent, 15 in Caerphilly, 14 in Bridgend, 12 in Merthyr and 11 in Newport.
In the previous seven days, the quantity of individuals with the infection per 100,000 of the populace was 102.8 in Merthyr, 83.3 in Rhondda Cynon Taf, 60.1 in Blaenau Gwent, 53 in Caerphilly and Bridgend and 45.3 in Newport.
The edge for the UK government to consider setting off isolate conditions for individuals getting back from nations outside of the UK is 20.
PHW figures appeared in the week from 16-22 March, when public lockdown was reported, there were 393 cases in Wales, with a case pace of 12.5 per 100,00 individuals.
A week ago, 14-20 September, there were 921 cases and a case pace of 29.2 per 100,000 individuals.
On Monday, talking at a Downing Street preparation, Chief Medical Officer for England Prof Chris Whitty said the rising case numbers couldn't be accused on an expansion in testing as there was likewise an "increment in inspiration of the tests done".
Could there be more extensive provincial limitations?
At a public interview Mr Gething said he would hold "a critical gathering" on Tuesday with chambers, wellbeing sheets and police powers from Bridgend to the English outskirt.
It will talk about the more extensive provincial circumstance and whether further measures are required.
Prior, senior UK government counsels cautioned of a "six-month issue" of rising cases. Mr Gething said he proved unable "authoritatively" give a timescale of how long lockdown measures would be required.
He said "all-Wales" measures might be expected to handle the infection.
Be that as it may, Mr Gething said such activity might be shy of the full lockdown forced on 23 March.
A call between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Wales' First Minister Mark Drakeford occurred on Monday evening.
A Welsh Government representative said the pair "concurred on the need to deal with a four-country premise to examine UK-wide estimates where these were essential".
Mr Drakeford is because of participate in a Cobra meeting on Covid with UK and decayed government clergymen on Tuesday.
Bringing down Street, which additionally held calls with senior pastors from Scotland and Northern Ireland, said the executive was taking the increasing contamination rate "truly".
"He emphasized his unfaltering duty to working with the decayed organizations as we keep on handling the infection," a representative said.
"They all consented to act with an assembled approach, however much as could be expected, in the days and weeks ahead tomorrow to examine following stages for the nation."
What is the political response?
Welsh Conservative wellbeing representative Andrew RT Davies called for "brilliant, hyper-nearby lockdowns".
"Clergymen and governments must do all that conceivable to evade another sweeping public lockdown as the other general wellbeing and monetary effects would be deplorable," he said.
His Plaid Cymru partner Helen Mary Jones called for leave of absence to be reached out to help nearby lockdowns.
"In the event that Westminster won't stretch out vacation plan to help neighborhood lockdowns, at that point the Welsh Government needs to see what uphold they may have the option to give," she said.
UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock said the UK government would present another disconnection uphold installment for individuals on low earnings in England who couldn't work since they had tried positive or were asked to self-separate.
He said subsidizing would be given to the degenerated organizations so comparable help could be offered to individuals in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Mr Gething said once the Welsh Government had seen the detail of the subsidizing, it would conclude how to go through the cash.