In full: Nicola Sturgeon says it’s ‘reasonable’ to assume that June 28 unlocking is off in Scotland

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    Scotland is “unlikely” to move to Level 0 from June 28, Nicola Sturgeon has said.

    Speaking in Holyrood, the First Minister did not rule out the further easing of restrictions but said the Scottish Government needed to “buy ourselves sufficient time” to allow the vaccination programme to continue its work.

    The Scottish Government will lay out how restrictions will look after Level 0 in the lockdown easing route map.

    Nicola Sturgeon told MSPs on Tuesday that a paper will be published next week.

    Keep up with the latest updates on this story here: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/global-health/science-and-disease/coronavirus-news-covid-new-lockdown-rules-roadmap-stage-4/

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