Coronavirus Scotland LIVE: Carer death as ‘another month of lockdown ahead’  The Scottish SunView Full coverage on Google News
A GLASGOW care worker has died from coronavirus. The dad-of-two passed away following the deaths of six residents at Wyndford Locks Care Home in Maryhill. It comes as Nicola Sturgeon hinted that Sc…

Coronavirus Scotland LIVE: Carer death as ‘another month of lockdown ahead’ – The Scottish Sun

Scotland's first minister says it is unlikely any restrictions will be eased at the next review date on 7 May.Scotland's first minister says it is unlikely any restrictions will be eased at the next review date on 7 May.

Coronavirus: 'Too early' to start easing lockdown - Sturgeon - BBC News

Sky It is a "source of concern" that the number of journeys in Scotland are on the rise, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said. Speaking at the Scottish government's daily coronavirus news conference, Ms Sturgeon said that while there had been "very real" progress in the fight against the

Coronavirus: ‘Concern’ as data shows number of journeys in Scotland is on the rise | UK News | The Loppy

NICOLA STURGEON was branded the 'world's most dangerous woman' in a furious column by Piers Morgan, in which he railed against her policy on 'breaking up the UK'. NICOLA STURGEON was branded the "world's most dangerous woman" in a furious column by Piers Morgan, in which he railed against her policy on "breaking up the UK".

Nicola Sturgeon news: How SNP leader was dubbed 'world's most dangerous woman' | UK | News | Express.co.uk

The First Minister said during the daily Government briefing that the original date of May 7 will be too early. The First Minister said during the daily Government briefing that the original date of May 7 will be too early.

Coronavirus Scotland: Nicola Sturgeon warns Scots lockdown restrictions 'will not ease by next week' - Daily Record

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“Thank you so much to everyone working hard every day to care for us and keep our essential services going #ClapForOurCarers #ClapForTheNHS 🙏 https://t.co/woXD4xFvlG”

Nicola Sturgeon on Twitter: "Thank you so much to everyone working hard every day to care for us and keep our essential services going #ClapForOurCarers #ClapForTheNHS 🙏… https://t.co/shw7yR7bM5"

“Testing for #coronavirus to be extended (from next week) to all staff and residents in Scottish care homes where the virus is present, as part of wider testing expansion - @NicolaSturgeon”

Glenn Campbell on Twitter: "Testing for #coronavirus to be extended (from next week) to all staff and residents in Scottish care homes where the virus is present, as part of wider testing expansion - @NicolaSturgeon"

“As @NicolaSturgeon delivers her daily #coronavirusuk briefing, in case you missed it, I've written a blog on the dilemma's @ScotGovFM told me she faces making life or death decisions: https://t.co/knDNOmvDLF #Covid_19 #coronavirus”

@petermacmahon on Twitter: "As @NicolaSturgeon delivers her daily #coronavirusuk briefing, in case you missed it, I've written a blog on the dilemma's @ScotGovFM told me she faces making life or death decisions: https://t.co/knDNOmvDLF #Covid_19 #coronavirus"

“Should the rest of the UK follow Scotland's guidance on wearing face masks in public? First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says a scarf or cloth mask could slow transmission of coronavirus in busy public places. Is it time for Westminster to issue the same advice? #JeremyVine”

Jeremy Vine On 5 on Twitter: "Should the rest of the UK follow Scotland's guidance on wearing face masks in public? First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says a scarf or cloth mask could slow transmission of coronavirus in busy public places. Is it time for Westminster to issue the same advice? #JeremyVine… https://t.co/70D3vnqmkY"

THE Scottish Parliament election next year should go ahead but could have to be run entirely via postal voting, the First Minister has said.THE Scottish Parliament election next year should go ahead but could have to be run entirely via postal voting, the First Minister has said.

Nicola Sturgeon says Holyrood election may use only postal votes | The National

Read the latest Border stories, Sturgeon 'questions herself' every day on COVID-19 decisions on ITV News, videos, stories and all the latest Border newsImagine being Nicola Sturgeon right now. I know that might be hard for many of you, impossible for some. But just try. As First Minister of Scotland she already had substantial powers including over health, the justice system, education, councils and parts of income tax. That's substantial responsibility, though Ms Sturgeon as a Scottish nationalist would like more. But leave aside the constitutional and think about what having those responsibilities means now as she leads the fight against COVID-19. Of course, fighting the coronavirus pandemic is not just a matter for the Scottish government. When it comes to fighting the virus financially Westminster is pivotal - an extra £3.5 billion is coming Holyrood's way this year. But Nicola Sturgeon takes the day to day decisions on allocating that money, on the NHS, care homes, the police service, lockdown measures, education and much, much more. Even for a politician with so much experience in government - she has been a minister since the SNP first formed a minority government in 2007 - and who is famously hard-working, that is a heavy burden. And that burden is intensified by the stark fact decisions she takes are matters of life and death. People's lives and livelihoods depend on the First Minister.

Sturgeon 'questions herself' every day on COVID-19 decisions | Border - ITV News

YOU probably got your letter from Nicola Sturgeon this week and the message was clear. We will get over this, she said, this is not forever, and we… YOU probably got your letter from Nicola Sturgeon this week and the message was clear. We will get over this, she said, this is not forever, and we…

Mark Smith: You’ve got it wrong this time First Minister: covering our faces in public is a terrible and risky idea | HeraldScotland

The First Minister said people risked 'devastating consequences' if they eased off on lockdown restrictions.The First Minister said people risked 'devastating consequences' if they eased off on lockdown restrictions.

Sturgeon: Rise in road traffic a source of concern – Politics – STV News

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed the latest Covid-19 figures in Scotland.First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed the latest Covid-19 figures in Scotland.

Nicola Sturgeon: 60 new Covid-19 deaths as toll reaches 1,475 | Edinburgh News

The First Minister said there was evidence that people were beginning to venture out more and the virus could "quickly take off again".The First Minister said there was evidence that people were beginning to venture out more and the virus could "quickly take off again".

Nicola Sturgeon: Lockdown frustration risks extinguishing light at end of tunnel

Edinburgh Live will be bringing you all the latest updates on coronavirus in Scotland for Thursday 30 AprilEdinburgh Live will be bringing you all the latest updates on coronavirus in Scotland for Thursday 30 April

Coronavirus Scotland LIVE: Nicola Sturgeon warns lockdown may not end soon - Edinburgh Live

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she had to deliver a ‘tough message’ that changes will not happen quickly.Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she had to deliver a ‘tough message’ that changes will not happen quickly.

Full UK lockdown to remain in place for at least another week | Metro News

Scotland’s First Minister was speaking during her Government’s daily coronavirus briefing.Scotland’s First Minister was speaking during her Government’s daily coronavirus briefing.

Next week may be too early to ease lockdown, warns Nicola Sturgeon | Central Fife Times

As debate continues over whether people should be told to wear face masks when leaving the house, Good Morning Britain's Dr Hilary has had his say.As debate continues over whether people should be told to wear face masks when leaving the house, Good Morning Britain's Dr Hilary has had his say.

Dr Hilary finally clears up confusion over coronavirus face masks - Heart