She said: “Unless the Government sees sense and starts demonstrating solid support, we Scots will regress to eating ‘muck off a truck’ like we did in the 1970s.”
She added that the Scottish Government’s constant lockdowns and restrictions have “taken a wrecking ball” to Scotland’s hospitality industry and said the “damage may be irreparable”.
She wrote: “Our MSPs, few of whom have any experience of self-employment, running a business, or catering, have gone along with it like sheep.”
A further 8 percent are not expected to last another three months as businesses struggle to serve customers with their dwindling cash reserves.
Restaurants in Glasgow have been suffering after spending roughly 270 days under tough restrictions with many criticising Holyrood for their lack of financial support.
Travel in and out of the city has become heavily restricted as well as overseas tourism.
Nicola Sturgeon and her deputy first minister, John Swinney both said that cases of the variant were at “an uncomfortably high level” but said it showed promise of stabilising.
The First Minister added that if cases continue to stabilise and hospitalisations remain stable, then experts would “support” a move to Level 2 from next Saturday.
Ms Sturgeon said a decision on the matter would be confirmed by Wednesday at the latest.
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