Scotland's papers: 'Isolate or death toll will be huge'

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The Sunday Mail leads with a stark warning from Scotland's national clinical director Jason Leitch that the country faces a "devastating" death toll" unless people follow the government's advice.
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"Your Country Needs You" is the headline in The Herald on Sunday. The paper leads with calls from a senior MSP for the NHS to recruit "an army of volunteers" to take the pressure off the health service.
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The Sunday Post features a picture of a desolate Queen Street in Glasgow at 13:00 on Saturday when it would normally be bustling with crowds. The paper also reports the NHS is escalating emergency planning "for the onslaught ahead".
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The Sunday National also features a picture of a deserted Buchanan Street in Glasgow above the headline "We All Stand Together Apart".
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The Sunday Times reports letters will be sent to 1.5m of the most at risk people this week urging them: "Stay home alone to save your life". The paper also features an investigation which claims a doctor made £1.7m in a week from "virus tests".
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Scotland on Sunday asks "Is Scotland prepared?" under a tweet by Angus MacNeil MP which includes a picture of a makeshift medical centre in Barra with no ventilators, oxygen or testing facilities. He warns: "This is not far from 3rd world basic...Message is don't come on holiday please RT".
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The Scottish Mail on Sunday leads on the prime minister's plea for people to celebrate Mother's Day with a video call rather than visiting mums in person. It comes as Mr Johnson warned the virus numbers were "very stark" and "accelerating".
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The Scottish Sunday Express quotes Mr Johnson as saying the threat of coronavirus "cannot be sugar coated". It also features an image of supermarket shelves stripped bare, adding "selfish shoppers told 'you should be ashamed'".

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