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Here’s what’s making the headlines across the country today.
15 Covid deaths and most daily cases ever
ANOTHER 15 Scots coronavirus deaths were recorded overnight – as cases soared by 1,456.
It is the most cases in a 24-hour period ever recorded in Scotland.
Nicola Sturgeon confirmed the latest virus figures during her daily briefing to the nation.
The First Minister revealed that the death toll for the killer bug has now hit 2,625 since the pandemic started.
And a total of 49,164 Scots have tested positive since the virus first emerged north of the border.
3-tier lockdown plans this week – and planned for November
NICOLA Sturgeon is set to unveil her three-tier lockdown plan later this week – as she warned tougher lockdown rules could be in place by November.
The First Minister said the Scottish Government will publish a draft document on Thursday or Friday outlining plans for new Covid curbs.
The SNP boss revealed MSPs at Holyrood will be given a chance to vote on the new measures – designed to help stop the spread of Covid.
A tiered system could allow different areas the country to be placed under varying virus restrictions – depending on the prevalence of the killer bug.
But Ms Sturgeon warned that tougher rules may need to be enforced in health boards with high case numbers – even though pubs are currently shut with household visiting also banned.
If Holyrood approves the plans, they are likely to be in place for November 2.
Glasgow man stabbed in unprovoked attack
A GLASGOW man was stabbed in a horror early morning attack – with cops now hunting the violent yob responsible.
Detectives are now appealing for witnesses and information following the assault around 3.30am on Sunday.
Police say the 38-year-old victim making his way home along Holmbyre Road in Glasgow when he was approached by a man and attacked.
Detectives believe the attack was unprovoked and they’re now hunting the violent yob responsible.
Man dies in Glasgow city centre after falling ill
A MAN has tragically died in Glasgow city centre after suddenly falling ill.
Emergency services rushed to Argyle Street shortly before 1pm today.
Cops locked down the scene, taping off an area outside Sainsbury’s near the ‘Four Corners’ junction with Union Street.
There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the man’s death – and it is understood the incident is medical-related.
Scots woman’s nail ripped off after salon use ‘illegal glue’
A MUM-of-two has warned about the dangers of an “illegal” nail salon product after she ended up in A&E when her fingernail ripped off.
Rachelann Gibson, 26, got her nails done at a local Midlothian salon, but ended up at the Royal Infirmary, where she was told by nurses she was “lucky she didn’t need surgery”.
On Friday evening, after visiting the salon, Rachelann, from Bonnyrigg, near Edinburgh, opened her front door to collect a parcel.
But she accidentally dropped it on to her nail and was shocked to see that her entire nail bed had come off one her fingers.
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