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Covid: Ministers set to review Wales’ supermarket rules – BBC News

It follows a public backlash after stores were told they could not sell items such as clothes.



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image captionHomeware and bedding has been taped off in Tesco in Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan
Ministers are due to review rules that ban shops from selling non-essential items during Wales’ firebreak lockdown.
Supermarkets have been told to
close parts of their stores that sell items such as clothes, bedding and toys.
First Minister Mark Drakeford has said the implementation of the rules may be tweaked, but the ban would not be reversed.
A petition on the issue has exceeded…

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