First minister links easing of coronavirus curbs to vaccine plan but says there is still uncertainty over deliveries
Nicola Sturgeon has warned there is no certainty the lockdown across mainland Scotland will be lifted at the end of January, or that schools will reopen.
The first minister said there was no definitive answer on when restrictions would end as it depended on the latest surge in cases subsiding significantly. Michael Gove, the Cabinet Office minister, has indicated that England’s lockdown could last until March.
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