Nicola Sturgeon says she is ‘utterly scunnered and fed up’ with Covid restrictions


Eleven council areas, including Glasgow, in west and central Scotland have been put into level 4 lockdown – the toughest level of coronavirus restrictions – from 6pm on Friday. The Scottish first minister, Nicola Sturgeon,  said she understood people’s frustrations, but the prospect of a vaccine would mean returning to normal from spring. Non-essential shops are to close along with pubs, restaurants, hairdressers and visitor attractions, but schools will remain open

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