‘WHEN can we have holidays abroad again?” This question from journalists comes time and time again in TV briefings, but I don’t think many people care so much about sunbathing in Spain or road trips in Italy in the next few months.
Most people understand that travelling outside the UK will likely be limited for the best part of the year. Even those for whom this represents an extra hurdle: the international citizens of Scotland.
Yes, we decided to build a life here, far from our families, and very well knew the consequences of that choice even in normal times. Yes, we want to do the right thing, make sacrifices just like the rest of the country, because, we want life to go back to some degree of normality soon, and the lockdown, as necessary as it may be, has been long and difficult. Yes, we were fine with the two weeks of quarantine, because it made sense. We did all of this because it was normal, and with the hope that we too could reconnect with our loved ones at…
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