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England v Wales: Public Health England criticises decision to exclude Mako Vunipola

BBC News Friday, 6 March 2020
Public Health England say England's decision to exclude prop Mako Vunipola from their Six Nations match with Wales as a precautionary measure against coronavirus was "unnecessary".
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