Care home report 'delayed for election'
Daily Record|November 26, 2021
PUBLIC Health Scotland delayed publishing a report into care home deaths during the pandemic until after the Scottish election, documents have revealed.
SARAH WARD

The watchdog was set to publish a report into care home mortality data on Covid-19 on March 24.

But the papers showed the publication date for the care home Covid-19 mortality report was later changed to "TBC" alongside a note stating "delay until after election being explored".

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