London: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday warned of a "rough winter" ahead even though things may be "looking good" for July 19 to be the so-called "terminus point" marking an end to all lockdown restrictions in the country.
His warning came as the UK registered a further 9,284 daily COVID-19 infections on Sunday, a day before the government had planned to ease all lockdown measures until the Delta variant forced a month-long delay into July.
"You can never exclude that there will be some new disease, some new horror that we simply haven't budgeted for or accounted for," said Johnson, when asked about further lockdowns in future.
"But looking at where we are, at the efficacy of the vaccines against all variants that we can
First Minister took to social media to thank the staff at the covid hospital in the SSE Hydro for helping with the vaccination programme. In her message Sturgeon also urged her fellow Scots to make sure they get their second dose of the jab when invited for an appointment.
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