COVID-19: All Omicron restrictions in Scotland to be lifted next Monday

Sky News published this video item, entitled “COVID-19: All Omicron restrictions in Scotland to be lifted next Monday” – below is their description.

All of Scotland’s coronavirus restrictions introduced in response to the Omicron wave will be lifted next Monday.

Scotland’s First minister Nicola Sturgeon said nightclub closures and the requirement for table service in hospitality will come to an end and attendance limits on indoor events will also be lifted.

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