Nicola Sturgeon: Stay away from Rangers vs Celtic if you have Coronavirus symptoms

If there are any prizes to be dished out for the most blatantly obvious public health announcements, then this has to be a front-runner.

There was always going to be fears about Celtic’s trip to ibrox on Sunday with so many leagues around the world being suspended due to the Coronavirus outbreak, but it seems that Scotland hasn’t been too badly affected yet.

Of course it makes sense to wash your hands and follow the advice, but The Sun reported on some comments by Nicola Sturgeon and it’s almost alarming in a way.

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The First Minister reiterated that there was no need to keep the fans way from the game, but anyone with any symptoms shouldn’t attend and should be staying at home.

The most worrying thing would be if any fans with symptoms were fully planning on attending unless that message came out, but there are an alarmingly high number of stupid people in this world.

The report also goes on to talk about a possible shut down from next Monday that will stop fans being able to attend games, but it’s still not completely clear if that will happen at this point.

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