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Two week ‘stay at home’ lockdown plans leaked

by LLB political Reporter
21st Sep 20 4:11 pm

Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon two-week “stay at home” lockdown plans have allegedly been leaked.

The documents thought to be from the Sturgeon’s government shows plans that could institute a “circuit break” which will coincide with half-term for schools.

The two-week stay at home could be for a fixed period or a rolling two-week timeframe. Travel restrictions will be enforced with limits on care homes and hospital visits.

Sturgeon said on Monday, “I’ve heard about the screen grab.

“I’m not going to comment on leaked documents, whether they are genuine or not.

“What I would say is that any responsible government right now would be looking at a whole range of different options.”

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