I wondered how long they would take. 3 days. 3 days ago, infection levels in Scotland caught up and surpassed for the first time in two months, those in England.
The Herald has not asked why they were so low, the lowest in the UK, for most of the pandemic, nor for that matter why they are currently far lower than in Northern Ireland.
Perhaps the most important questions never asked are based on these facts:
Why has Scotland had the lowest overall infection rate?
Why has Scotland had the second lowest overall death rate?
Why has Scotland vaccinated more than the other parts of the UK?
Answer me those.