May 27, 2022

The deputy prime minister’s remarks come as Wales is ready to give the vaccine to all children between the ages of five and 11, before the recommendations of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization (JCVI) were published. After the declaration of health.

Mr Sweeney said the Scottish Government would wait for the JCVI’s recommendations before releasing the Quaid update and would act “very quickly” once the advice was published.

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Speaking to the BBC’s Good Morning Scotland, Mr Sweeney said: “We are awaiting the finalization of the JCVI on children between the ages of five and 11.

John Sweeney says the Scottish government will act “very quickly” when the JCVI’s advice is published next week because it has denied that Scotland is becoming an “outlier” in easing sanctions. Is.

“We will carefully review the JCVI’s advice and when the government receives it formally, we will come to a conclusion.

“We already have some five- to 11-year-olds who have access to vaccinations because of their medical weakness and the medical weakness of others inside their home.”

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Scotland is currently in the process of extending its legal right to quaid sanctions as other countries, such as England, are ready to lift all quaid sanctions, including the need to isolate themselves.

Last week, the SNP announced that secondary school students in Scotland would no longer be required to wear face masks after 28 February.

However, the Scottish Conservatives said the move was “a long wait for Scottish youth to return to normal”.

Asked if Scotland was leaving the UK because other countries were lifting sanctions, Mr Sweeney said: “I don’t think so.

“The face will need to be covered to be worn in public. The Scottish Government will be examined with these issues.”

Mr Sweeney said the updated strategic framework would be published next week and that the Scottish Government would present its position on the situation in Parliament on Tuesday based on the update.

Mr Sweeney said: “The cove is still out, it’s still a major threat to public health,” Mr Sweeney said. That’s what the Scottish Government sees. All the time. “

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