A message from Humza

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For a Covid recovery that rebuilds Scotland fairer, greener and more equal.

This May I will be asking constituents of Glasgow Pollok to go to the polls to re-elect me as their Member of the Scottish Parliament.

Over the past 5 years I have had the privilege of getting to know and representing the people of Glasgow Pollok Constituency. Over that time I am proud to have been part of an SNP government that has prioritised affordable homes, protecting the NHS, and closing the education attainment gap.

At this time the SNP’s immediate and absolute focus is seeing us through the Covid-19 pandemic and helping the NHS, businesses and individual constituents to recover.

It will be no surprise to any of you that I wholeheartedly support independence for Scotland. As we recover from the effects of the pandemic, we have an opportunity to build a more socially just Scotland. In order to achieve this, we need all the powers of a normal independent nation.

The 2021 election campaign will be unlike any other conducted in recent history. Rather than pounding the pavements, chapping all the doors, I will be sharing my priorities for Glasgow Pollok and the SNPโ€™s vision for Scotland on social media platforms below.

Thereโ€™s still plenty of ways to help – so please do get in touch if you want to offer assistance with my campaign.

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10,000 vaccines administered by the vaccination bus behind me ๐Ÿ’‰๐Ÿ’‰

Thank you to @Scotambservice & NHS staff for your hard work in helping make our vaccination rollout programme such a success.

We will continue to exert max effort to get as many jags in as many arms as possible! https://t.co/dwsxyWbc3B
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What a devastating couple of days for Catholics in Scotland. First a cowardly attack on a Priest in his place of worship, followed by this. I know St Simon's had a special place in the Polish community's heart.

Solidarity with our Catholic community in Scotland. https://t.co/UUeyUqxIOQ
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The tragedies we have seen, particularly involving young children, in our lochs and rivers over the weekend has been heartbreaking. My thoughts, sympathies and prayers go out to every single member of their family, friends and community affected.

It is so important that we keep safe in and around water. Scotland has some of the most beautiful scenic lochs, rivers and beaches but please ensure your safety and the safety of those around you.

Here is some advice to read and share should you ever find yourself in the water unexpectedly

https://rnli.org/safety/know-the-risks/cold-water-shock
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Humza Yousaf
Scotland moves to Level 0 today, a ๐ ๐ซ๐š๐๐ฎ๐š๐ฅ easing of restrictions

Wearing face coverings (if not exempt), physical distancing in public indoor & outdoor spaces & limits on numbers gathering still apply

For details of what you can do and the limits still in place in Level 0 see the link below ๐Ÿ‘‡

https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-protection-levels/pages/protection-level-0/

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