The above regular item on the BBC Scotland website is full of data. It’d be around 10 pages printed but it doesn’t include the comparative infection rates for the 4 UK countries. I don’t have the evidence but didn’t it have them before, perhaps when we were performing badly?
Anyhow, luckily the FT does:
Scotland, at 27.8 cases per 100 000, below Wales at 28.3 and miles below England 61.1, is no longer Covid capital of the UK.
BBC Scotland are expected to give this great news a great big body swerve and find something bad that will keep Douglas Ross quiet.
Northern Ireland? Does this have something to do with those bonfires?