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Meanwhile, COVID-19 restrictions in Scotland which saw the closure of pubs and restaurants in the central belt and a 6pm indoor hospitality curfew elsewhere have been are to be extended until this date.
It comes as Scotland recorded 28 COVID-19 deaths, the highest since May 21st.
Ms Sturgeon said that while there is “cautious optimism” that the restrictions are working, Scottish ministers were told by advisers that it would not be safe to lift the measures from Monday.
The First Minister said: “The extension allows us to transition more smoothly to the new levels system that we hope will be introduced on November 2.”
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