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    Business Minister Kwasi Kwarteng responds to concerns about big gatherings during a pandemic after 1,300 Scotland fans who travelled to London for the Euros later tested positive for Covid.

    Broadcast on 01/07/21

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    The Business Minister addressed the concerns of Scotland fans who travelled to London for Euros and tested positive for Covid. He said big gatherings will be allowed as long as people are screened before they enter the gathering area. What do you think about this decision? Leave us your thoughts in the comment section below.

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