From BBC Scotland:
A rail operator is carrying out a review after it was criticised for not enforcing social distancing rules when trains cross the border from England. People in Scotland should stay 1m from each other in public places but the rule has been lifted down south. London North Eastern Railway (LNER) earlier told customers it was operating “under English guidance“. Transport Scotland said it was “not acceptable” for LNER to “issue inaccurate advice”. Hours later LNER changed its position, saying it was “reviewing its approach” on Anglo-Scottish services and would provide an update in due course.
What should we do?
Readers will remember Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London, in early July when infection in Scotland was higher:
Sadiq Khan tells Scottish people to stay out of London (for the England match)
The top 153 most infected parts of the UK are all in England.