FACE COVERING MANDATORY FROM MONDAY ON ALL PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Following the First Minister’s announcement this week for phase two of the Route Map out of Lockdown, face coverings will become mandatory on public transport from Monday 22 June, this is as part of travel operators’ preparations for progress towards recovery and to reduce the risk of transmission.
The rule applies to passengers in taxis, buses, ferries, planes and trains. Passengers can use “simple coverings” such as scarves or bandanas rather than medical masks.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson stressed the importance of the new rules and that by wearing a face covering, everyone is engaged in a collective responsibility, to reduce the risk of transmission.
Read more: Isles FM News in association with Hebrides News - Friday 19th June 2020
PRIMULA CHEESE RECALLED
Primula Ltd is recalling all Primula Cheese tubes, as the product might be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum. This is due to a production fault. Primula Ltd have taken the precautionary step of recalling all products.
Read more: Isles FM News in association with Hebrides News - Thursday 18th June 2020