As part of contingency planning to manage the COVID-19 outbreak, NHSGGC has implemented the following restrictions from this afternoon onwards for visitors of high-acuity (acutely unwell) and immune compromised patients.
Ms Sturgeon told the Holyrood parliament: “Far too many people still experience domestic abuse, and they should not have to wait to receive support. As a Government, we are looking at the issue. “
A cold wind was blowing in from the North of Scotland for First Minister Nicola Sturgeon during her weekly question session in Edinburgh on Thursday.
I want to be very clear that there will, inevitably, be an impact, and I anticipate that it will be a significant impact, on non-urgent, elective procedures within the national health service. However, it is important that we set that out properly once the planning has been done.
Ferry tales of frustration and woe were poured out in the Holyrood parliament on Thursday by Kenneth Gibson, the SNP member for Cunninghame North.
Yvonne said: “We couldn’t fault the care Hugh received from the whole team at the Institute of Neurosciences, from all the staff in the Intensive Therapy Unit and Ward 64. Our consultant Michael Canty in particular has given us so much support and provided us with a clear understanding of what was happening at each step of the process.