‘Not back into lockdown”: Nicola Sturgeon outlines new Scotland Covid restrictions

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    Nicola Sturgeon has announced new restriction in Scotland as coronavirus cases are growing 7% per day, but she assured the country is not going back into lockdown, and schools are not being closed. Pubs and restaurants will not be allowed to serve alcohol indoors for 16 days, starting this Friday. They will be allowed to serve food and non-alcoholic drinks inside from 6am to 6pm, in five areas pubs will have to close completely during this period

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