Nicola Sturgeon announces 734 new cases of coronavirus in Scotland and no deaths


No coronavirus deaths were recorded in Scotland overnight, official figures reveal.
This figure is lower due to registration centers closing on weekends, so it will likely be higher tomorrow.

The Prime Minister also announced in her daily briefing 734 new cases of Covid-19 in the past 24 hours, bringing the total figure to 106,904.

The vaccine will be deployed in nursing homes

Some 1,012 patients are currently hospitalized for the deadly virus, including 46 in intensive care.

A 90-year-old former caregiver has become the first resident of a nursing home to receive the Covid-19 vaccine in Scotland.

Annie Innes got the initial at Abercorn House in Hamilton, Lanarkshire, as the next stage of the response began.

Ravie Annie said, “It’s wonderful to get the vaccine before Christmas.

“I hope this will allow me to keep my friends here and the staff safe and that we can get back to normal very soon.

We revealed yesterday how the SNP government earmarked £ 6million in taxpayer money for laundry services and security guards at NHS Louisa Jordan Field Hospital.

The tempting sum includes a £ 2.4million contract for an England-based company to provide clean bedding for the temporary facility, which has yet to treat a single Covid-19 patient.

A Sunday Mail investigation has revealed a breakdown of the astronomical bill for the makeshift SEC campus site in Glasgow – which includes a £ 3.5million contract with security giant G4S.


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