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Welsh town uses drones to police lockdown

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Welsh town uses drones to police lockdown

Welsh town uses drones to police lockdown

The Welsh town of Port Talbot is using a drone to warn the public to stay home during the coronavirus pandemic, using a pre-recorded message to remind citizens of Government social distancing measures.

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