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Sturgeon: Mass gatherings are simply not safe

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Sturgeon: Mass gatherings are simply not safe

Sturgeon: Mass gatherings are simply not safe

Nicola Sturgeon urges those in Scotland to be safe when protesting for Black Lives Matters.

The First Minister added that under normal circumstances she would have joined the marches herself, however due to coronavirus mass gatherings are not safe.

Report by Browna.

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