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Scotland impose higher local restrictions for certain areas Published Date: 17/05/2021

Most of mainland Scotland has moved to Level 2 but Moray and Glasgow City local council areas will stay at Level 3 for a further period due to the number of COVID-19 cases.

Under level 3:

Places and business that can open at Level 3 include:

  • cafés, pubs and restaurants can provide full outdoor service, subject to local licensing, and serve food indoors without alcohol until 8 pm
  • all shops and stores
  • all close contact services including hairdressers, barbers and beauty salons
  • gyms and swimming pools (no indoor group exercise classes allowed for over 18s)
  • tourist accommodation
  • all visitor attractions
  • all public buildings like libraries and community centres
  • drive-in events

Places and business that must close at Level 3 include:

  • leisure and entertainment venues such as cinemas, theatres, nightclubs and concert halls
  • stadiums