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Test and Protect

There’s no two ways about it, taking a driving lesson in the current health climate breaks the guidance we are living the rest of our day to day lives-by at the moment.


We simply cant keep two metres apart In the car and to do a 15 minute lesson would mean if would take forever to get to grips with learning to drive and passing your test. So whilst the use of face coverings and my hands being worn to the bone through cleaning the car (only joking i actually quite enjoy it) add a layer of protection, anything else we can do to help lower the spread can only be a good thing eh and if it help’s (even if only a little) to get us back to normal then I’m all for it.


So, we’ve all seen these apps on the news that help alert you to people who you’ve had contact with if they test positive etc etc. You might be for or against them, that’s your choice - but NHS Scotland have now launched their own one and I for one have downloaded and activated it. I would strongly encourage you to do so too considering our interaction levels on a regular basis.


Here’s the official explanation video:-

Join in or not, that’s up to you.


S.

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