Detective Chief Inspector Ogilvie Ross, Dumbarton Police Station, said: “This is the second recent major recovery in the division.
Day: May 7, 2020
59 MORE DIE BUT LOCKDOWN WILL NOT BE LIFTED
We shall not be moved until the danger has passed, says Nicola Artwork by Gemma Woods Fraser By Bill Heaney Another 59 people have died
VIRUS: CARE HOME QUESTION UPSET FM STURGEON
My mum, like thousands of our loved ones, is in a care home. We now have the worst death rates in Europe, and care homes are at the epicentre of the crisis. It has been announced today that 59 per cent of deaths are occurring in care homes.
DO NOT CANCEL CANCER PATIENTS’ HOSPITAL DATES
Clinicians will look at the patient’s circumstances and decide whether the risks of postponement are greater or less than the risks of a patient going to hospital, potentially coming into contact with other people and being exposed to the virus.
LABOUR MSP STANDS UP FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
Thousands of small businesses—from hotels to hardware stores—across Scotland are trying to claim on their insurance policies because of the interruption to their trading caused by the lockdown.
VIRUS: IVF CLINIC CLOSURES WORRY FOR WOMEN
The decision is completely understandable; nonetheless, it is devastating because IVF is, for many people, their last or only hope of starting a family.