Sometimes you just notice the silence from BBC Scotland and ‘our’ MSM.
From BBC health today:
GPs are having to make difficult choices about which patients get blood tests because of the ongoing shortage of test tubes, doctors are warning.
The vials used for blood tests are currently in short supply – and the NHS in England and Wales is temporarily stopping all non-urgent testing.
Doctors say they are in a “perilous” situation and want more clarity about how long the shortage will last.https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-58374553
There’s something missing in the report – Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Some, like the Herald, have reported the matter but it looks like the evidence is from England & Wales.
You can be sure that if BBC Scotland had anything at all, even from one of Anas Sarwar’s medic in-laws, it’d be headlining. It’s not
Update: From reader John Metcalfe, suggesting better planning in place: