LEVEL 4 coronavirus restrictions are to be lifted across Scotland on Friday, the Health Secretary has confirmed.
Eleven local authorities, including much of the west of Scotland, are currently at the highest level of restrictions that stops pubs, restaurants, gyms, non-essential shops and hairdressers from opening. There are also restrictions on travel.
The Scottish Government is set to review lockdown levels across Scotland on Tuesday and it has been confirmed that all areas currently under level 4 restrictions will have that level reduced on Friday, December 11.
In a tweet, Jeane Freeman said: “Eleven local authorities currently in level 4 will come out of that level on Friday. That position has not changed.
“The Cabinet will decide on Tuesday what level below 4 they’ll go into.
“My comments were intended to mean in respect of that decision, all options are on the table.”
11 local authorities currently in Level 4 will come out of that level on…
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