After a busy morning, it was down to Weymouth to meet Chief Superintendent Richard Bell who heads up the police there. meet with the police regularly and our meeting, which was held in confidence, was most useful. A long-serving officer with much experience, he is just the man to lead the team there. A hour or so later, I parked near the station and walked to the Dorset Burger Company for lunch with the Chamber of Commerce. it was hosted by Trevor Matthews and about 15 people attended, with others joining virtually as I said a few words at the start. It was a most enjoyable lunch and gave me the opportunity to thank the businesses for all they do and the staff they employ. It's been a tough year or so and I reassured them that all was being done to get the country back on its feet, and no more restrictions. Better news on the Covid front, in that there is now high confidence that Omicron is relatively mild for most adults, said the UK Health Security Agency in its latest risk assessment. This is largely thanks to vaccines providing high protection against serious illness caused by this latest Covid variant that is infecting many. Most restrictions in Wales would be scrapped over the next two weeks if Covid cases continue to fall, the first minister confirmed. Measures, brought in to tackle the Omicron variant, would be lifted as Wales moves to alert level zero. In other news, Novak Djokovic would be detained tomorrow after Australia cancelled his visa for a second time in a row over his right to remain in the country unvaccinated. The decision on "health and good order" grounds means he faces deportation and a three-year visa ban.