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Scottish Government 14h
To date we’ve invested over £4 billion to help counter the effects of in Scotland. This includes support for a range of areas like business, health services and transport. Find out more ➡
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Scottish Government 17h
As of 2pm today 106,984 people in Scotland have been tested for 91,744 confirmed negative 15,240 positive 2,304 patients who tested positive have sadly died. Latest update ➡️ Health advice ➡️
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Scottish Government 20h
It’s okay not to feel okay right now. Making time for yourself, and doing the things you enjoy, like going for a walk or noticing nature when you’re out and about, can help to . For other tips to help you cope visit
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Scottish Government May 26
New guidance providing advice for people who have been asked to self-isolate as part of Scotland’s approach to controlling has been published. Read the guidance: 🔹 for the public ➡️ 🔹 for employers ➡️
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Scottish Government May 26
Test and Protect – NHS Scotland’s approach to controlling the spread of in the community – will be rolled out across all health boards in Scotland from Thursday May 28. Watch FM explain what this means ⬇️ and find out more ➡️
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Transport Scotland May 26
Replying to @transcotland
Today we are publishing clear guidance for transport operators and for passengers, which can enable us to restart and recover. Access the passenger guidance here:
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Scottish Government May 26
As of 2pm today 104,880 people in Scotland have been tested for 89,695 confirmed negative 15,185 positive 2,291 patients who tested positive have sadly died. Latest update ➡️ Health advice ➡️
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Scottish Government May 26
📺 Watch live: FM holds a press conference on (). Joining the First Minister today is Scotland’s Interim Chief Medical Officer Dr Gregor Smith and Chief Nursing Officer, Professor Fiona McQueen.
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Scottish Government May 25
As of 2pm today 103,508 people in Scotland have been tested for 88,352 confirmed negative 15,156 positive 2,273 patients who tested positive have sadly died. Latest update ➡️ Health advice ➡️
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Scottish Government May 25
📺 Watch live: FM holds a press conference on (). Joining the First Minister today is Health Secretary Jeane Freeman and Scotland’s Interim Chief Medical Officer Dr Gregor Smith.
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Scottish Government May 24
If someone in your household has symptoms, they may be eligible for a test. Anyone aged 5 or over with symptoms can now be tested. Find out more about testing in Scotland ➡️
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Scottish Government May 24
This bank holiday weekend, let’s keep being kind. Please and only leave the house for essential reasons. It’s the best way to protect each other, respect those on the frontline, and save lives. Thank you, Scotland 💙
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Scottish Government May 24
As of 2pm today 101,713 people in Scotland have been tested for 86,612 confirmed negative 15,101 positive 2,270 patients who tested positive have sadly died. Latest update ➡️ Health advice ➡️
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Scottish Government May 24
Today may mark the end of , but remember that your and wellbeing is always a priority. If the pandemic is making you feel worried and you want some support, take a look at these organisations ➡️
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Scottish Government May 23
First Minister wishes to Muslims in Scotland and across the world celebrating Eid al-Fitr this weekend.
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Scottish Government May 23
You can exercise outdoors this weekend – like a run, walk or cycle – as often as you like. ℹ But this should only be with members of your household and you must stay 2 metres apart from other people. Rules reminder ➡
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Scottish Government May 23
As of 2pm today 99,932 people in Scotland have been tested for 84,891 confirmed negative 15,041 positive 2,261 patients who tested positive have sadly died. Latest update ➡️ Health advice ➡️
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Scottish Government May 23
🗓 Creating and sticking to a daily routine is one way we can take care of our while we stay safe at home during the pandemic. Find more advice on looking after your mental health while you ➡️
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Scottish Government May 22
Muslims in Scotland have been finding new ways to mark Ramadan and celebrate Eid al-Fitr during the outbreak. Find out how some people have been observing ⬇️
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Scottish Government May 22
The rules don’t change until 28 May – you must this holiday weekend. Don’t meet people from other households and don’t drive to beauty spots. You should only leave the house if it’s absolutely essential. Here’s a reminder ⬇
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