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Check-In Scotland is a new app that will allow businesses and people to quickly share their contact details when visiting a venue.
Orkney’s total number of confirmed Covid cases is now at 72. The last new case recorded in Orkney was on 21st of March.
Those aged 12-15 who have smartphones are being encouraged to download the Protect Scotland app.
“This new variant demonstrates how serious Covid is and reinforces the need to minimise the spread of the virus. “
The cumulative total for Orkney has increased by 1 and now stands at 70.
“And while there is a wish amongst leaders to protect their own people first, the response to this pandemic must be collective.” WHO
For Scotland there were 908 new cases of Covid19 reported on 13th February 2021
Another 2 positive Covid cases in Orkney have been recorded. This is an extremely worrying upward trend in Orkney.
The cumulative total of positive Covid cases in Orkney now stands at 66.