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Key mo­ment

- Scotland · Glasgow · Nicola Sturgeon

Ni­cola Stur­geon said we were in a ‘key mo­ment’ in the bat­tle against coron­avirus as she re­vealed at yes­ter­day’s brief­ing that the pre­vi­ous 24 hours had seen

146 pos­i­tive cases of coron­avirus re­ported across Scot­land, with no new re­ported deaths

I know the num­bers have risen but no deaths is such good news. Hope­fully it’s weak­en­ing and we can all get on with life and not be bom­barded with coron­avirus up­dates.

Lucy Cham­bers It’s good that deaths are de­creas­ing, but there are still the long-term ef­fects to worry about.

Sarah Jane Flynn End this farce now and let foot­ball fans back, and live en­ter­tain­ment be­fore all the theatres and mu­sic venues go bust. Stur­geon may think that when tens of thou­sands sub­se­quently are un­em­ployed they will vote for SNP but I am not so sure. I would be an­gry and vote for any other party if she de­stroyed my liveli­hood and changed my life.

Nick Paolozzi

How many re­quired in­ten­sive care or even hos­pi­tal­i­sa­tion?

Krys­tek Mlynek

Has Stur­geon not wres­tled that virus into sub­mis­sion yet? Maybe it’s hid­ing in the rusted out fer­ries in Port Glas­gow.

Jim Swift

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