Scotland to impose two-week mini lockdown from Friday – Sun newspaper

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon speaks on the 20th anniversary of Scotland voting to establish its own Parliament, in Edinburgh, Britain, September 11, 2017. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

LONDON (Reuters) – Scotland is to impose a two-week mini lockdown from Friday, reported the Sun newspaper, citing reports from doctors.

Sources at the National Health Service told the newspaper to expect the “circuit breaker” stay at home order for the whole of the country of Scotland from 1800 GMT on Friday.