NICOLA STURGEON insists that Donald Trump SHOULDN'T come to Scotland as "golf isn't an essential purpose".
The First Minister has locked down Scotland as cases of coronavirus continue to rise amid a new killer strain.
Ms Sturgeon said: "I've no idea what Donald Trump's travel plans are, you'll be glad to know.
"We're not allowing people to come into Scotland without an essential purpose right now and that applies to him as it does everyone else.
"Coming to play golf is not what I would consider an essential purpose."
We told you earlier how Covid hospital admissions have soared by over 500 per cent in the past week as Nicola Sturgeon confirmed another 2,529 cases.
The First Minister revealed 11 people had tragically died due to the killer virus overnight.
A total of 1,347 Scots are in hospital with the deadly bug, an increase of 255 since last week - with 93 patients in ICU after becoming infected.
Ms Sturgeon confirmed 695 new cases had emerged in Greater Glasgow and Clyde, while 388 people had tested positive in Lanarkshire.
Coronavirus Scotland: Nicola Sturgeon insists Donald Trump SHOULDN’T fly to Scotland as ‘golf isn’t essential purpose’
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