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This is nothing more than the BBC making an article out of a table that's been available for a week.

It's nothing but clickbait.

NS's last comments were that she didn't expect to be more than a couple of weeks behind England. And those comments came after the document this data has been pulled from was laughed at.

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It's also not clear what the actual restrictions associated with the new levels are. It could easily be that the new levels bear little resemblance to the previous ones - for example perhaps the new "Level 2" will be closer to the old "Level 1". The devil will be in the detail.

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Can anyone see the levels system being vastly different though. I can't see ScotGov saying, we've made it tougher to get into the levels but we are going to relax things more in each level than they were before, that would defy the point in making them tougher. Also, can see it being a case of, if you go over the threshold for one or two days, areas are likely to face being punted onto the naughty step for a couple of weeks. Still another seven weeks of this shite to go, and you never know, we might see cases continuing to fall and we'll all get into tier 1/2, can't see it though.

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29 minutes ago, Left Back said:

Maximum suppression is the latest spin I believe

It's quite amusing to see a Government go down the school playground route of changing the name of whatever game was used as an excuse to beat other people up and hope no one notices tbh 😂😂

 

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10 hours ago, budmiester1 said:

Don’t know if I’m reading too much into this but the local football pitches have just been freshly marked out. Is it possible that the SG is quietly accelerating the ending of the lockdown or is it that the sports restrictions only may be getting lifted ?

You have reminded me that I went past Saughton Park the other day and the football pitches looked like bowling greens probably for the first time ever.

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As others have said no word yet on what will be in each level and no word on what the areas will look like.

As it stands around a dozen LAs are already sub 50 or within 10% of it Scotland as a whole is racing towards sub 50.

I don't agree with the changing the rules as we go along but i dont know of its anything to be depressed by. By the time we get to April I can see the vast majority of places being well placed 

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As Todd says, there is nothing in that article that wasn't known last Tuesday. I assume the BBC reporter that wrote it has been on annual leave for the last week and nobody else could be arsed writing it.

I'll save my seethe for when Sturgeon announces what the new rules are within each level.

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7 minutes ago, Sherrif John Bunnell said:

As Todd says, there is nothing in that article that wasn't known last Tuesday. I assume the BBC reporter that wrote it has been on annual leave for the last week and nobody else could be arsed writing it.

I'll save my seethe for when Sturgeon announces what the new rules are within each level.

Same here. 

 

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