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Sturgeon warns bars, cafes and restaurants could be closed if standards slip

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Sturgeon warns bars, cafes and restaurants could be closed if standards slip

Sturgeon warns bars, cafes and restaurants could be closed if standards slip

Hospitality venues could be closed down if “slipping standards” on Covid-19measures lead to new outbreaks of the virus, Nicola Sturgeon has said.

TheFirst Minster made the warning as she announced another four positive cases inScotland, bringing the total to 18,558.

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