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Prime Minister “sorry” for students in university residences during pandemic

Speaking at the coronavirus briefing in Edinburgh, the Prime Minister assured the students they were not responsible for the spread of the virus.

The Scottish government and Scottish universities have asked college students to avoid host companies over the weekend.

She said, “I’m so sorry, so sorry, that this time in your life has been made as difficult as it is now – I really feel for you, but I especially feel for those of you who are starting out. university for the first time. and, of course, living alone for the first time.

“It’s an exciting time in your life, but I remember my own experience that it’s also a time of adjustment and it’s also a time of trouble at home, and it’s the case for students every year without Covid-19 but it’s much more difficult given the circumstances you all face right now.

The Prime Minister urged students not to visit other households and asked them not to go to bars and restaurants during the weekend in September, as well as to download the Protect Scotland app. during the pandemic.

Speaking at the coronavirus briefing in Edinburgh, the Prime Minister assured the students they were not responsible for the spread of the virus.

The Scottish government and Scottish universities have asked college students to avoid host companies over the weekend.

She said, “I’m so sorry, so sorry, that this time in your life has been made as difficult as it is now – I really feel for you, but I especially feel for those of you who are starting out. university for the first time. and, of course, living alone for the first time.

“It’s an exciting time in your life, but I remember my own experience that it’s also a period of adjustment and it’s also a time of trouble at home, and that’s the case for students every year without Covid-19 but it’s much more difficult given the circumstances you all face right now.

The Prime Minister urged students not to visit other households and asked them not to go to bars and restaurants during the weekend in September, as well as to download the Protect Scotland app.

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