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The Scottish Government Assuming has today seen an easing restrictions including the reopening of non-essential ‘click and collect’ retail; the resumption of outdoor contact sport for 12-17 year olds, and the return of college students.

The list of retail sites permitted to reopen include: garden centres (indoor and outdoor), and hairdressers and barbers with shop fronts, not mobile (by appointment only).

From 26 April, the following easings will take place:
° outdoor hospitality to open until 10pm with alcohol permitted
° indoor hospitality permitted without alcohol and closing at 8pm
° gyms and swimming pools can reopen for individual exercise
° tourist accommodation to reopen
° weddings and funerals for up to 50, including wakes and receptions with no alcohol permitted
° museums and galleries reopen
° remaining shops can reopen and mobile close contact services can resume

Also:
° extending outdoor socialising to permit up to 6 people from up to 3 households to gather
° social mixing in indoor public places will be subject to current maximum of 4 people from up to 2 households
° allowing 12-17 year olds to meet outdoors in groups of 6 from up to 6 households
° travel within all of mainland Scotland permitted (subject to other restrictions that remain in place)

(source: www.gov.scot/, image: pexels)