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FOI RE COVID Related Deaths

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Dear Scottish Government,

I would like to request an FOI of all actual Covid caused specific deaths in Scotland from 1st March 2020 to 15th January 2021 and further broken down by each local authority in Scotland.

I would also like to request why elite sports in Scotland are being questioned as to why they should/shouldn’t be allowed to continue during the Covid situation as they pay for the privilege to compete directly to the Scottish government?

I would also like to know why doctors, nurses and school teachers shouldn’t be the first to receive vaccinations for Covid 19 so as to make sure our children can continue to receive full time education when they are legally obliged to do so in Scotland???

Yours faithfully,

William Wright (tax payer)

Scottish Government

Our Reference: 202100138925
Your Reference: Freedom of Information request - FOI RE COVID Related
Deaths

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