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Sturgeon’s fear as postive results soar among Ibrox Covidiots

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Nicola Sturgeon has voiced her concerns about the spike in virus figures following the law-breaking at Ibrox and George Square.

Parts of Glasgow, Lanarkshire and Ayrshire have seen spikes in positive tests after Steven Gerrard led the law-breaking by leaning out of the home dressing room at Ibrox to encourage law-breaking.

More than a week after the events no action has been taken against anyone at Ibrox with politician’s keen to avoid blaming the Ibrox club for the shameful events that led to thousands of pounds worth of damage around George Square.

The Daily Record reports Sturgeon saying:

We have seen an increase in the last week. There have been a small number of cases where people were gathering as part of the football incident last weekend, we may see more of that given the incubation of the virus.

I think we need to be really open eyed about this and after a year we’ve probably all learned this. This is a virus, so anytime we open up and people started to come together there is great opportunity for transmission.

Despite breaking a number of the football protocols there has been no action from the SFA or SPFL against the Ibrox club.

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