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Nicola Sturgeon tests positive for COVID

Nicola Sturgeon says she is encountering gentle side effects and will telecommute over the course of the following couple of days.

Scotland’s most memorable priest said she had been encountering gentle side effects on Friday night and will keep on telecommuting for the following couple of days.

“Tragically I’ve tried positive for COVID tonight in the wake of encountering gentle side effects,” she tweeted.

“In accordance with Scottish government direction, I’ll telecommute over following couple of days, and ideally be back making the rounds later one week from now.”

Ms Sturgeon met Sinn Fein VP and first clergyman assign of Northern Ireland, Michelle O’Neill, at Bute House prior on Friday.

Ms O’Neill later affirmed she had tried negative for COVID-19, following the gathering with Scotland’s most memorable priest.

A Sinn Fein representative said: “Michelle O’Neill has tried negative for COVID-19 tonight following her gathering with Nicola Sturgeon today, yet will likewise be trying tomorrow as a precautionary measure.

“She will likewise be restricting her contacts before very long. We wish Nicola Sturgeon a fast recuperation.”

Ms Sturgeon’s positive disease comes as COVID cases in Scotland keep on falling.

The Office for National Statistics assessed 122,000 individuals had COVID in the week finishing 13 May.

It is the eighth week by week continuous drop and the most reduced number of cases since before Christmas when cases rose because of the Omicron variation spreading.

General wellbeing limitations, for example, social removing and wearing facial coverings have been lifted and starting around 1 May direction for those encountering side effects of COVID was to remain at home.

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