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Non-essential retailers in Wales to reopen on Monday

Non-essential shops in Wales will be allowed to reopen on Monday (June 22), it has been announced.

The devolved government said shops would be allowed to trade as long as social distancing measures can be put in place.

Shops in Northern Ireland reopened on June 12, and on June 15 in England. In Scotland, shops will be allowed to reopen from June 29 – under strict conditions.

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