Dunbar, Scotland, UK. 26 December 2020.
Pictured: After being on the road for 5 hours plus including being at the Scottish/English border for 2 hours this is the first police car/van that I have seen, at McDonalds Drive Thru, after driving back up to Dunbar from the border.
Boxing Day - the first day that Nicola Sturgeon places mainland Scotland into tier 4 lockdown preventing people from traveling and outlawing no-essential cross-border travel in a bid to stop the spread of the new strain of coronavirus (COVID19) which is 70% more transmittable. There is zero police presence at the border by Berwick-upon-Tweed even although Police Scotland’s Chief Constable said that they would double all border patrols.
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