Covid in Scotland: Relaxation of rules on outdoor meeting


Covid in Scotland: Relaxation of rules on outdoor meeting

Rules on รีบอ่าน หากคุณอยากได้เงินจากเกมสล็อตออนไลน์ meeting people outdoors in Scotland have been relaxed.

Up to four adults from two different households are now able to meet in any outdoor space, including in private gardens - an increase from two
adults from two households.

Restrictions on young people have also been eased, with four people aged between 12 and 17 able to meet even if they are all from different

Outdoor non-contact group sports for people aged over 12 can resume.

It has also been confirmed that children under the age of the 12 will now be able to start outdoor contact sports such as football and rugby.

Under-18s can also travel across local authority boundaries to attend a club.

Friday marked the first anniversary of the first confirmed Covid death in Scotland. A UK-wide minute's silence will be held on 23 March,
the anniversary of the first lockdown.

Prominent buildings and landmarks throughout the UK will be illuminated to mark the anniversary, with the Kelpies, Wallace Monument and Ness
Bridge among those in Scotland.

The government's previous plan for easing lockdown said that allowing four people from two households to meet outdoors was unlikely to happen
before 15 March.

But First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the "modest" easing that came into force on Friday was the result of the progress the country was making
in suppressing the virus.

People should only go into someone's else's home if it is essential to reach a back garden, or to use the toilet.

And the overall requirement to stay at home remains in place, except for specific purposes.