Veterans can download the app to access support in areas including housing, employment, finances, relationships, physical and mental health, and more.
Richard Lochead also thanked students for ” playing their role at this very difficult time when they are trying to benefit from further and higher education against a backdrop of a global pandemic.”
Scotland’s cases of covid continue to rise. Today’s published figures show a rise of 714 new confirmed cases . This is 11.5% of those people newly tested. In Orkney the officially confirmed number now totals 22.
As the number of positive test results for Covid continue to surge in Scotland, today 24th September at 465, Orkney’s total officially stands at 20.
New rules mean that you must not make indoor social visits to other households. To stay safe and protect others, please follow these stricter rules now. From 25 September, pubs, bars and restaurants must close at 10pm.
Today, 19th of September 2020, 350 new cases of the virus Covid19 were reported in Scotland. Sadly there were also 3 deaths of people who had tested positive.
“I am today giving the nation advance notice, that the coming days are likely to see some hard but necessary decisions.”
People in Orkney are being urged to download the new Protect Scotland app to supress the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
The App is free to download and is for people who live in or who are visiting Scotland.
The interactive tool by Carwow will allow EV and hybrid car owners to find the nearest electric vehicle charging stations.