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Vaughan Gething 'saddened' by firebreak supermarket confusion

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Vaughan Gething 'saddened' by firebreak supermarket confusion

Vaughan Gething 'saddened' by firebreak supermarket confusion

Welsh Health Minister Vaughan Gething reveals he is saddened by the confusionwhich led to Tesco suggesting sanitary products were “non-essential” and socould not be sold due to new Welsh lockdown measures.


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Vaughan Gething Vaughan Gething Welsh Labour politician and Member of the Senedd for Cardiff South and Penarth

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Wales considers travel restrictions for rest of UK [Video]

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Wales Wales Country in northwest Europe, part of the United Kingdom

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Tesco Tesco British retailer with multinational grocery and general merchandise stores

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