The difference between infection levels in all of Northern Ireland, around 500 per 100K and Glasgow, 189 per 100K, is now comparable to that in June, when the First Minister imposed a travel ban between Scotland and Manchester.
The surge in Northern Ireland shows no sign of slowing and the increase, though from a lower base, less than half, in Scotland further reinforces the need for travel restrictions:
According to the Record:
Thousands are expected to participate in the marches on September 18 as 34 parades have been planned.
Limits to outdoor gatherings were lifted on August 9 allowing the marches to restart.
Will the Scottish Government do the right thing again?