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Welsh NHS staff to receive free public transport for three months

NHS staff in Wales will receive free public transport for the next three months, it has been announced. The Welsh Government made the announcement on Sunday as part of urgent measures to support public transport through the coronavirus pandemic.

Sunday, 29 March 2020

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