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Welsh minister forced to clarify 'non-essential' products

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Welsh minister forced to clarify 'non-essential' products

Welsh minister forced to clarify 'non-essential' products

The Health Minister for Wales Vaughan Gething has issued a clarification on the sale of 'non-essential' products during the country's two-week coronavirus firebreak restrictions.

It comes after a supermarket was forced to apologise for suggesting sanitary products were 'non-essential'.

Report by Etemadil.

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