North East Scotland News from Monday, February 22nd, 2021
Increased social interaction and education priorities of lockdown easing
Increased social interaction and the return of older pupils to schools will be prioritised in the first minister's plans to ease Scotland's lockdown.
'Slow and steady' easing of lockdown planned in Scotland
The first minister has confirmed plans to set out details of Scotland's route out of lockdown tomorrow - but admits she will take a "slow" and "steady" approach.
Patients with underlying conditions and unpaid carers next to get coronavirus vaccine
People with underlying health conditions and unpaid carers are starting to receive coronavirus vaccination appointments this week.
North-east lifeboats called into action in missing person search
Lifeboats from Aberdeen and Stonehaven joined the coastguard in the search for a missing person off Portlethen yesterday.
New asymptomatic Covid-19 testing centre opens in Aberdeen
A new asymptomatic coronavirus testing facility has opened in Aberdeen.
- Royal Aberdeen Golf Club to host 2021 Scottish Senior Open 1 hour ago
- Police believe fire at former north-east hotel started deliberately 2 hours ago
- 'Groundhog Day': north-east business groups respond to plans for easing lockdown
- First minister outlines plans for school pupils' return and reopening of Scotland's economy