Major news on meeting indoors, cafes, pubs and tourism reopening. Plus the list of what can open from Monday.
In an update to the Scottish Parliament on Tuesday, Nicola Sturgeon said ‘100 per cent normality’ was unlikely for quite some time.
Anyone travelling to Scotland from outside the UK or Ireland must have a negative test result from a Covid-19 test taken less than 72 hours before their arrival, says First Minister.
Rules around shopping, takeaways, alcohol, and being outdoors are all under the spotlight, parliament told.