The Scottish Government has confirmed that from Monday 26 April, Scotland will enter level 3 lockdown.
The following can now open:
- Hospitality venues such as cafés, pubs and restaurants
- Tourist accommodation including holiday parks
- Non-essential retail outlets e.g. dealerships and close contact services
- Indoor attractions and public buildings such as galleries, museums and libraries
- Adults on the shielding list can return to the workplace, if they cannot work from home.
- Non-essential work inside people’s homes – such as painting, decorating or repairing – will be permitted, subject to mitigations.
- Gyms and swimming pools can reopen for individual exercise.
- Cafés, pubs and restaurants can resume full outdoor service, subject to local licensing, and serve food indoors without alcohol until 8pm.
- Takeaways to resume normal service, with physical distancing and face masks in premises.
Holyrood also stated that, should cases remain low, Scotland could enter Level 2 on Monday 17 May.