Scotland COVID cases are now rising sharply - while England cases are more or less flat.
What is the difference? FM1 please note Scottish weather is similar to English, on average quite a bit wetter.
The difference is Scottish schools went back last week. COVID in the UK is a disease of the young, since they are pretty well the only ones unvaccinated. (We don't allow < 16 years, and only 1 week ago allowed 16-17).
PS - some here will no doubt look at that graph and be sure that the sudden rise is fueled by a lack of ivermectin - it proves beyond doubt that Scotland was successfully using ivermectin prophylaxis over the Summer but has now, due to evil machinations of pharma companies who gain money from COVID, stopped using it.
Take that one up with Nichola Sturgeon - not me!