Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has laid out her route to ease Scotland out of lockdown; it has emerged.
The country’s reopening will include how gyms will operate and a slowly-slowly approach for shops, bars, and restaurants to reopen is expected to take place on 26th April.
It’s quite incredible how nations can predict when, if, and how a virus might strike and open even more so; how they can fortune-tell the exact date when things will go back to normal.
In simple terms, those who dictate the play can end it with their own final whistle, but citizens should be very cautious of anything Nicola Sturgeon tells the small Scottish nation. Remember when this time last year, Boris Johnson said it would take three weeks to flatten the curve?
Sturgeon said in her briefing today: “It was hoped that the country’s stay at home restrictions could be lifted on 5 April.
“Four people from two households will be allowed to meet outdoors from 15th March.
“All primary pupils and more senior secondary students could return to school from that date. However, pupils in the first three years of secondary school are unlikely to return until after the Easter holidays.”
It looks like another carrot dangled in the masked faces of the country, but will it happen? The Vox Post doesn’t think it will be clear-cut as Sturgeon says.
The Vox Post says:
It’s not only wise to disbelieve a single word that comes out of a politician’s mouth, especially if that politician is a leader of a country. It’s wiser to do the exact opposite of what a political leader tells us. It’s the safest way to stay safe and the healthiest way to stay healthy.
The only way any form of life will go back to ‘normal’ will be when the elite has had their wicked way with us and are satisfied with their global vaccination goals and their reset agenda.