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Wales announces ‘firebreak’ lockdown

The Welsh government has announced a two-week “firebreak” national lockdown, which will force business closures across the country from 23 October at 6pm until Monday 9 November.  According to BBC News, first minister Mark Drakeford said the 20;time-limited firebreak” will be “a short, sharp, shock to turn back the clock, slow down the virus and buy us more time”. Pubs, hotels, hairdressers, cafes, restaurants and non-essential shops will be among the businesses forced to close their doors, while the public will be told to stay at home. Non-essential travel in and out... Subscribe to read full artical

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Wales announces ‘firebreak’ lockdown | HR Wire
Wales announces ‘firebreak’ lockdown | HR Wire
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Wales announces ‘firebreak’ lockdown

The Welsh government has announced a two-week “firebreak” national lockdown, which will force business closures across the country from 23 October at 6pm until Monday 9 November.  According to BBC News, first minister Mark Drakeford said the 20;time-limited firebreak” will be “a short, sharp, shock to turn back the clock, slow down the virus and buy us more time”. Pubs, hotels, hairdressers, cafes, restaurants and non-essential shops will be among the businesses forced to close their doors, while the public will be told to stay at home. Non-essential travel in and out... Subscribe to read full artical

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