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Sturgeon: Abide by Covid-19 rules to secure ‘Christmas cheer’

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Sturgeon: Abide by Covid-19 rules to secure ‘Christmas cheer’

Sturgeon: Abide by Covid-19 rules to secure ‘Christmas cheer’

Nicola Sturgeon has addressed the nation saying the best chance to secure some“Christmas cheer” is to stick to the different tiered restrictions for areasacross Scotland.


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