Nicola Sturgeon grilled by Ruth Davidson during FMQs
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Nicola Sturgeon told Scotland’s coronavirus press briefing that she is eager to take any coronavirus vaccine she is offered, including the AstraZeneca jab despite multiple countries suspending the use of it due to fears regarding blood clots. Scotland’s First Minister added that getting vaccinated will provide significant protection and is really important.
Ms Sturgeon said: “I personally am in the age group that will be vaccinated before mid-April, so I am hoping to see my blue envelope appear over the next couple of weeks.
“As soon as I get that invitation to go to be vaccinated, I will be there without hesitation regardless of which of the vaccines I am being offered.
“I would urge everybody who is getting the invitation to be vaccinated to come and get the vaccine because it will provide you and people you love with significant protection and that is really important.”
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