The choice of visual is a bit of a clue as to what will follow. The opening headline seems promising:

Coronavirus in Scotland RECAP: First weekend after lockdown restrictions eased, public urged to enjoy outdoor spaces ‘safely’

By Ema Sabljak

Off we go with the recap as it was at the end of the day, yesterday:


An Observer journalist asks about the Dominic Cummings scandal..


A Sky journalist says 8000 new infections every day just in England..


The UK Government just announced


First question from Chris Mason, who asks for Dowden to respond to the scientists worried that lockdown is being eased too quickly in England.



Kim from County Durham wants to know when public toilets will be reopened as more public spaces open up again. 


England’s deputy chief medical officer Professor Jonathan Van-Tam is taking us through today’s slides.


Today Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden is leading the UK Government briefing. He explains that in England sport can be played behind closed doors from June 1. 

New guidance on this has been developed in collaboration with the deputy chief medical officers of England, Public Health England and representatives across Olympic, Paralympic and professional sports governing bodies.


England: Government urged to ‘draw back’ on school reopening plans as experts speak out


Environment activists arrested during silent protests around London

Wait, the next one is not about England!


Police attacked in Northern Ireland while clearing crowd from beach

I give up looking for any Coronavirus in Scotland RECAP but you must give the Herald credit for offering us something that’s useless but at least not trying to charge us for it.

The Scotsman offers you this useful guide to the changes in England but it will cost you: