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Coronavirus Scotland LIVE as health workers urged to take part in vaccine trial

Daily Record Friday, 22 May 2020
Coronavirus Scotland LIVE as health workers urged to take part in vaccine trialThe First Minister set out how lockdown restrictions will be eased across the country.
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