NEWS ROUNDUP: Concerns over Vaccine Passports in Wales
The leader of the Welsh Conservatives has said he would not want to introduce vaccine passports if they come to power after May's election, in a Senedd debate on ITV. Andrew RT Davies said he was "very uneasy" about the idea and they should not be mandatory. Whereas Plaid Cymru & the Liberal Democrat’s have also raised concerns, Labour’s Mark Drakeford has warned of "very big practical and ethical challenges". The potential use of vaccine certificates for entry to certain venues or events is being kept under review by the UK and Welsh governments.
Over the weekend, huge queues took place outside Primark in Cardiff City Centre following the first weekend of restrictions easing. The queue, which winds down an alleyway next to the large retailer, was packed with shoppers by lunchtime on Saturday.
And - The layout of Lloyd George Avenue in Butetown could soon change with one lane turned into 106 new car parking spaces. The new layout would see the inside northbound lane closed and turned into 92 pay and display parking spaces, and 14 spaces for disabled blue badge holders.
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