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Nicola Sturgeon on Aberdeen lockdown

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Nicola Sturgeon on Aberdeen lockdown

Nicola Sturgeon on Aberdeen lockdown

First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, discussed the role of track and trace in dealing with the recent coronavirus surge in Aberdeen.

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