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Scotland national lockdown extended to mid-February

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Scotland national lockdown extended to mid-February

Scotland national lockdown extended to mid-February

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced that the stay-at-home lockdown in place across mainland Scotland and some island communities will remain in place “until at least the middle of February”.

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