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Scottish Government looks to enforce social distancing

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Scottish Government looks to enforce social distancing

Scottish Government looks to enforce social distancing

First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon says the Scottish Government hopes to have powers to enforce social distancing in place by today.

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