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Top Welsh medic questions whether PM's 21 June date for lifting all COVID rules is realistic

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Top Welsh medic questions whether PM's 21 June date for lifting all COVID rules is realisticWales' deputy chief medical officer has said he would be "very surprised" if all COVID rules will be eased in his country by 21 June - the date Boris Johnson has targeted to fully lift the lockdown measures in England.
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