At least 78 older people were discharged from NHS hospitals to Scottish care homes after testing positive for covid-19 in the early months of the pandemic.
Public Health Scotland (PHS) has published a report on discharges from NHS hospitals to care homes in Scotland.
The NPA is calling on PHE to iron out discrepancies in its guidance on Covid-19 antibody testing, which currently bars pharmacists from conducting the tests.
Unlike the rest of the pre-registration pharmacists, he was unable to be provisionally registered due to failing a part of the exam by a couple of marks.
The First Minister says reducing people’s freedom to socialise is a trade-off to allow more care home visiting.