Two weeks ago:
Scottish Labour deputy leader, Jackie Baillie, accused him (Humza Yousaf) of having “no answers to the potential impact of Cop26 on our NHS.
“We are looking down the barrel at a winter of extreme pressure on our NHS and potentially surging levels of Covid.
“We need action from the Health Secretary to avoid this, not warm words.”
Scottish Lib Dem leader and health spokesman, Alex Cole-Hamilton MSP, warned: “The NHS is already overwhelmed, it will struggle to cope with the extra added pressure an event like COP26 will bringhttps://www.thesun.co.uk/news/16523826/cop26-summit-spark-covid-surge-25000-delegates-glasgow/
Yesterday, we read:
Throughout the summit, the 7-day incidence rate of diagnosed infection in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde remained the lowest of the mainland Scottish NHS Boards. In the recent 10 days, the incidence rate in Greater Glasgow and Clyde has increased gradually alongside most other mainland Scottish Boards.https://www.publichealthscotland.scot/publications/surveillance-of-the-impact-of-cop26-on-covid-19-infections-in-scotland/surveillance-of-the-impact-of-cop26-on-covid-19-infections-in-scotland-preliminary-report-16-november-2021/
How many times has Jackie Baillie made a fool of herself?