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Wales reveals ‘traffic light’ lockdown exit plan

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Wales reveals ‘traffic light’ lockdown exit plan

Wales reveals ‘traffic light’ lockdown exit plan

First Minister Mark Drakeford has revealed a “traffic light system” for Wales’ exit from the current coronavirus lockdown.

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