Nicola Sturgeon has revealed that she had a negative experience for Covid 19 yesterday and left alone yesterday for fear of close contact.
The first minister confirmed that he was a victim of double jogging and that he would no longer have to isolate himself after the recent change in rules.
Writing on Twitter, the Glasgow MSP urged others this morning to take regular background flow tests as an “extra precaution.”
Glad to report that my PCR test is negative. In fact, I’ve been given a double vaccine – 2 weeks ago with a second dose – which means I don’t have to be isolated anymore. I will still do regular LFD testing as part of the precautions – and encourage everyone else to do the same. https://t.co/aVFbSEtkco.
– Nicola Sturgeon (icNicolaSturgeon) August 30, 2021
Ms Sturgeon said: “I am happy to report that my PCR test is negative. In fact, I have been given a double vaccine – the second dose more than 2 weeks ago – which means I am now isolated. Doesn’t have to be
“I will still do regular LFD testing as an extra precaution – and encourage everyone else to do the same.”
Yesterday, Ms. Sturgeon confirmed that she had gone into solitude awaiting the results of her PCR test.
He said: “I have been informed tonight that I have been identified as a close contact with someone who is positive for Coved.
“Accordingly, and according to the rules, I will isolate myself awaiting the results of the PCR test. Thanks to all the contact tracers who worked so hard at NHS Test & Protect.”
Under Corona virus According to the rules and regulations, adults with the double vaccine can avoid isolating themselves if they are in close contact with the corona virus as long as they are without symptoms and provide a negative PCR test.
The first minister received a second dose of the corona virus vaccine in June.