Another fake Welsh Government poster is being shared on social media.
It follows the controversial ‘No Mask, No Wales’ poster which caused an uproar on both sides of the border.
Underneath the original poster, which was shared on Twitter, read: “If you’re visiting us this summer, wear a mask. Wales isn’t England. Our laws are different.”
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While many recognised the poster as a parody and many celebrated its message, some however mistook it for an official announcement and complained it was “offensive”.
The new poster has been created after the Welsh Government announced nightclubs and events in Wales will require proof of vaccination.
The poster which shows a Welsh flag was shared on twitted yesterday afternoon – and it has quickly gained attention.
The tongue-in-cheek Twitter post by Cardiff-based social media expert Owen Williams reads: “No Pass? No Wales.
“If you’re attending events, get a Covid Pass.
“Wales isn’t England. Our Laws are different.
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“Wales Isn’t England”. It finished with ‘gov.wales/coronavirus’ in the bottom right corner.
To which several people requested a Scottish version.
One person said: “Indeed, please respect my country.”
“Love it, diolch” another added.
“Ha ha, I like the amendment!” said a third
Another user commented: “No Pass, No Wales, No Problem!
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