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Wales announces 'sharp and deep' two week 'firebreak'

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Wales announces 'sharp and deep' two week 'firebreak'

Wales announces 'sharp and deep' two week 'firebreak'

A two-week "firebreak" lockdown will be introduced across Wales from 6pm on Friday.

First Minister Mark Drakeford announced the measures at a Welsh Government press conference in Cardiff today.

Report by Blairm.

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