Council tells kids not give Christmas cards due to covid risk

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SCHOOLKIDS in a Welsh county have been told not to exchange Christmas cards with their pals. A council in Rhondda Cynon Taf, south-east Wales, said youngsters can send e-cards or make one card to put on display in their classroom instead over coronavrius fears. It comes as new measures will come into force across Wales […] ▶ Full story on thesun.co.uk
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