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.
The St Magnus Way project to create a virtual experience and improve accessibility on the physical route has won a £2,500 award from the Calor Rural Community Fund.
The Virtual Great North Run is free to enter and open to everyone, regardless of whether they had a place in this year’s event, and participants are encouraged to raise money for charity.
There is also a very handy Stagecoach App that provides the user with when a bus is due and other information.
The St Magnus Way is entered into the £2,500 funding category and is competing for one of six awards of that amount.
Incidents around operating heavy machinery is a key risk area within agriculture with 17 farmers and two farming children killed last year.