Scotland’s restrictions not being lifted as weekly cases rise 40% says Sturgeon

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Nicola Sturgeon revealed the number of new cases over the past week has been up 40% and Scotland’s restrictions may not be lifted at the end of June. People could still be advised to adopt measures such as hand washing, ventilation and keeping a distance after restrictions are lifted at the earliest on 9 August

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