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Opening statement by Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon at the daily coronavirus media briefing (4 of 4)

Coronavirus: Nicola Sturgeon press conference August 5th; SCOTLAND: Edinburgh: St Andrew's House: INT Nicola Sturgeon MSP (First Minister of Scotland) opening statement SOT (4 of 4) - To close today, before I hand over to the Chief Medical Officer, I want to return to a familiar, but very important, point. And it feels even more important today. - This virus hasn’t gone away. If you doubted that then today we have evidence of how true that is. It is still out there – and it is still highly infectious and it is still highly dangerous. - The outbreak in Aberdeen is a sharp reminder of that. It shows what can happen, if we let our guard drop. And it should serve as a warning to all of us. - Just because many of the restrictions have been eased across the country, doesn’t mean we can simply go back to normal. We are still in a real daily battle with this virus. And so we must all continue to exercise extreme caution. - Test and Protect is vital and it is doing a fantastic job. But Test and Protect cannot beat the virus all on its own and it is absolutely not some kind of ‘Get out of jail free’ card for the rest of us. - Every single one of us are the first line of defence against this virus, if the virus gets past us, Test and Protect steps in and tries to keep it under control, and as I say, so far, they are doing a really good job. But by definition, their job is always firefighting. Our job, as citizens, as human beings, is to try to make sure the fires don’t start in the first place. We need to make sure that the virus doesn’t get past our defences. - The FACTS campaign summarises the five rules we must follow, whenever we are out and about. So please, remember FACTS, and please stick to these rules wherever you are: F - Face coverings in enclosed spaces – shops, public transport or anywhere else inside that physical distancing might be more difficult. A - Avoid crowded places. Indoors, obviously, but outdoors as well. Avoid all crowded places. ...
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