In the Herald today:
Up to one in four adults in Scotland and nearly half of all over 75s now have antibodies to protect them against Covid, according to new estimates. However, Scotland has the lower prevalence of Covid antibodies of any of the UK nations, according to the latest survey by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
They do go on to explain in a grudging way but the damage is done. The many, who do not read on, have another dose of negativity about Scotland and by implication the SNP administration.
There’s no suggestion that, over the whole pandemic, having an infection level half of that in England, might be a good thing, might have saved thousands of lives.
Not much on it’s own, I agree, but it all adds up over days, weeks and months.