As healthcare is a devolved matter in the UK, the Scottish government is broadly responsible for the Scottish response to the pandemic, while the UK government is chiefly responsible for the response in England. Further powers were granted to the devolved administrations by the Coronavirus Act 2020.
According to a YouGov poll published in May, 74% of Scots think that the Scottish government is handling coronavirus well. Notably, this included 70% of 2019 Scottish Tory voters.
This appears to have remained the case a month later - despite approval of the UK government's handling of coronavirus sinking to a new low point on June 3rd, a large majority (44%) of GB adults said that they felt that the Scottish government had handled the pandemic better than the UK government (14%).
What differences exist between the two government's responses to the pandemic that have served to cause such a difference of opinion of their handling of the crisis?