Uk News Nicola Sturgeon reveals roadmap for easing of Scotland lockdown rules United Kingdom news
PremierLeague-News.Com - The “stay at home” advice will stay in place until 5 April, but slightly greater outdoor social interaction will be permitted beforehand.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! People in Scotland should be allowed to leave their homes without an essential reason from 5 April, according to plans published by the Scottish Government.The stay-at-home advice will stay in place until that point, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said, but slightly greater outdoor social interaction will be permitted beforehand.In a statement at Holyrood, Ms Sturgeon said children in P4 to P7 should be allowed to return to school from 15 March, alongside some senior pupils.The i newsletter latest news and analysisEmail address is invalidThank you for subscribing!Sorry, there was a problem with your subscription.However, the First Minister also warned that all of these dates were only “indicative” and would be subject to change depending on the prevalence of the virus. Read More Covid vaccines cut hospital admissions in Scotland ‘by up to 94%’, new study shows From the same date, four people from two households will be allowed to meet outside, with social distancing in place, compared to only two people from two households now.Three weeks later, from 5 April, it is hoped the stay-at-home advice will be lifted and schools will fully reopen to all pupils.From that date, the restrictions on outdoor gatherings will be relaxed again, with six people from up to two households able to meet again.
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.From 26 April, Scotland will move back to the levels system that was in place before Christmas, with ministers hoping that most areas will be able to begin in level three.“Taking the brakes off too quickly will allow the virus to get ahead of us again and put our progress out of lockdown into reverse. I appreciate that this can be a frustrating message – but it is an essential one,” she told MSPs.“In short, our current position is extremely positive and promising – and we should all take heart from that. But it is still quite precarious and if we are to sustain our progress, we do need to exercise care and caution.”She said that in the last week of April, people could “expect to see phased but significant re-opening of the economy, including non-essential retail, hospitality and services like gyms and hairdressers”.She added: “Of course, the more of us who are vaccinated and the more we all stick by the rules now, the faster that safe pace is likely to be – if we all stay in this together, our progress will be greater.”
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