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Euro 2020: Covid rules in Wales mean no singing in pubs

Can you hug when Wales score? The Covid rules that affect the way you watch Euro 2020.

"Us Welsh are few and far between over here so the chance to meet up, and undoubtedly chat about people we know back home in Wales is something I'll miss. We'll be watching at home, singing loudly," said the 39-year-old, originally from Caldicot in Monmouthshire.

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