Nicola Sturgeon BBC update RECAP: The First Minister addresses the nation on coronavirus
Nicola Sturgeon is holding a televised address to update the Scottish people on the latest coronavirus restrictions.
The First Minister is hosting a televised address to the nation to give an update on the latest coronavirus restrictions.
Earlier today, Ms Sturgeon spoke to the Scottish Parliament announcing that pubs and restaurants will have a 10 pm curfew.
Also, people in Scotland will no longer be able to visit other households as indoor gatherings are now prohibited.
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Coronavirus in Scotland: The latest updates on Tuesday
Last updated: Tuesday, 22 September, 2020, 20:13
- Nicola Sturgeon will be addressing the nation on TV.
- New coronavirus restrictions have been put in place
- Contact tracing pledge has not been met, says Health Secretary
FM: “Let’s keep going, keep hoping...be strong. Be kind. And continue to act out of love and solidarity”
FM: "Never forget that humanity has come through even bigger challenges than this one...this virus will pass”
FM: “All of us have a part to play”
FM: “Test and Protect is working well"
FM: “I know that today might feel like a step backwards"
FM: From tomorrow, we are all being asked not to visit other homes.
FM: National curfew for pubs, bars and restaurants.
FM: “We must choose our priorities"
FM: Protecting lives and health, keeping children in school and protecting jobs.