Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has said the police have a “job they need to do” amid reports of motorists being stopped at the border.
Ms Freeman made it clear that coronavirus travel restrictions include exemptions which would allow people to make cross-border journeys for essential purposes.
The Health Secretary gave the daily coronavirus briefing today in the absence of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and was questioned about MSPs and MPs in Border constituencies who have been seeking to reassure constituents crossing the Scotland-England border for essential purposes.
It comes amid reports that some people making the crossing have been stopped by police and asked what the reason for their journey was.
Ms Freeman said she could not…
— to www.scotsman.com