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Ban on household visits return in Glasgow

Ban on household visits return in Glasgow

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Ban on household visits return in Glasgow

Ban on household visits return in Glasgow

Restrictions on visiting other households reintroduced in Glasgow and two neighbouring areas after a rise in coronavirus cases.

The new rules will affect more than 800,000 people in Glasgow city, West Dunbartonshire and East Renfrewshire. They are being told not to host people from other households in their own homes or visit another person’s home.

The restrictions come into effect from midnight. They will last for two weeks, but will be reviewed after a week.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said 135 of the 314 new cases in Scotland over the last two days had been in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area.  She said Covid-19 continued to be a dangerous and potentially deadly virus.

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