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Public health measures implemented by the Public Health Scotland Incident Management Team successfully limited the spread of the strain of COVID-19.
Building on an earlier report on per adult off-trade sales, Public Health Scotland today published an analysis showing a decline in population alcohol consumption following the introduction of MUP.
Public Health Scotland release initial contact tracing analysis of the number of cases and the numbers of contacts traced as result.
Public Health Scotland will join a new expert group working with the Scottish Government to provide a clearer picture of how minority ethnic communities in Scotland are affected by COVID-19.
An evaluation of the impact of Minimum Unit Pricing on small retailers in Scotland found the price of alcoholic drink products previously sold below 50 pence per unit has increased, and retailers felt that the sales of those products most affected by MUP had reduced.
The latest weekly COVID19 report looks at the impact of COVID19 on people from ethnic minorities in Scotland.
New guidance has been published to support local authorities and other key partners to tackle violence against women during and after COVID-19.
A study exploring the impact of Minimum Unit Pricing, on children and young people affected by the harmful alcohol consumption of a parent or carer, has provided an important insight into the lived experience of these families.