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PremierLeague-News.Com - The figures come as most of the country prepares to move into level 2 tomorrow.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Scotland's coronavirus cases have risen by 292 overnight with no new deaths being confirmed. The Scottish Government released the latest figures from the past 24 hours for Scotland. It means the death toll since last March – of people who first tested positive for the virus within the previous 28 days – still stands at 7,664 . Read More Related Articles Nicola Sturgeon 'utterly disgusted' by Rangers fans 'selfish thuggish sectarian' behaviour at Glasgow title celebrations There are currently 64 people in hospital confirmed to have the virus with three being treated in intensive care. To date 3,020,335 people have received their first vaccination with 1,621,031 having a second jab. Read More Related Articles Glasgow's George Square like a 'warzone' with broken glass and litter after Rangers fans title celebrations The figures come as most of the country prepares to move into level 2 tomorrow. From May 17, most of Scotland is set to go into Level 2, with a raft of new measures to be eased. One of the main restrictions to be lifted is physical distancing with family and friends, with Scots able to hug loved ones from next week. Pubs and restaurants will have more freedom to operate indoors and up to six people from three households able to meet inside. Coronavirus in Scotland Lockdown U-turn costs bars daily £1m 413 new cases and covid no deaths Scots in hospital with Indian variant Sturgeon shares negative Covid test But Moray and Glasgow will remain under Level 3 restrictions while the rest of the Scottish mainland has been given the go ahead to move to Level 2 on Monday.
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. The First Minister took to Twitter to urge Glaswegians to 'take care and follow all health advice' as the city has overtaken Moray as Scotland's Covid hotspot.
Latest figures published on Friday show there were 80.4 cases per 100,000 people in Glasgow in the seven days to May 11, pushing it ahead of Moray where there were 68.9. Experts have even warned that the country is seeing a "loss of control" of the pandemic in some areas. Now Nicola Sturgeon is desperate to halt the spike in numbers and hopes residents will stay alert and get tested.
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The First Minister tweeted: "If you live in the Southside - G41/42 especially - please get tested. "The Southside has a significant outbreak just now so please take care and follow all health advice."
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