At around 07:20am, BBC UK had a special report on the anxiety in English and Welsh care homes that they were being left behind in the vaccine rollout. They had the above graphic and the percentages showed Scotland to be well ahead on the curve, so to speak.
By 07:27am, BBC Scotland’s wee insert ignored that story altogether and spent some time with an English professor who had found that more than 70% of people showing symptoms of coronavirus aren’t following the rules in self-isolation. That the data are UK-wide was admitted but not commented on. Might the infection level being only half that in England suggest compliance with self-isolation, is higher?
I’ll ask her.
Footnote: Graham Stewart pronounced prevalence, preVAYlance. Yesterday, their Jamie McIvor pronounced whether, whUther. Are they mutating into a new variant due to isolation?