Shops in Wales to reopen from Monday

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In a press conference first minister Mark Drakeford announced the changes as part of the government’s easing of lockdown rules. People in Wales are still not able to travel more than a distance of five miles from their homes.

It was announced earlier this week that non-essential stores in Scotland can open from 29 June. Scottish and Welsh independents told Drapers they are waiting with “bated breath” to reopen.

Non-essential shops in England reopened on Monday and retailers were encouraged by early trading. Footfall on the first morning rose 41.7% across England compared with last week – although it was down 34.2% year on year.

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