On 28th of November 1893 women in New Zealand voted in a General Election.
“Our fears that the process adopted by the UK Government in agreeing the Australia deal would set a dangerous precedent going forward have just been realised. ” – NFU Scotland President Martin Kennedy
On the 11th of July 1877, Kate Edger graduated with a BA in Latin and Mathematics from the University of New Zealand.
In Scotland 2,608,831 people have had their first dose of the vaccine – 57.4%
“Combined with the highly precise growth-ring dating, the climatic changes over the 1700 year lifetime of the kauri tree can be linked to other records of environmental change. “
Scotland has 130,650 doses available for delivery (as of 16th December) with 50% of those having to be retained as all those vaccinated require 2 doses
“There’s lots of things we’ve learned about COVID and just that flexibility of people working from home – the productivity that can be driven out of that.”
The weekly figures published by the NRS as at the 3rd of May show a continued shift from deaths in hospital to those in care homes.
The message to the citizens of Scotland today, 22nd of April, is to continue to stay at home except for essential supplies of food and medicine and to observe social distancing.
“It is essential to cut the engine of the pandemic at its source: separate healthy people from suspected and probable cases.”Dr Hans Henri P. Kluge