NEW restrictions on international travel are being discussed within the Scottish Government, the First Minister warned today.
Nicola Sturgeon told the daily briefing the issue was being considered as the country continues to fight the spread of the coronavirus with the latest infection rate “the R number” as high as 1.4.
All Scots living on the mainland are under a legal stay at home order and only allowed to go outside for exercise or essential activities including shopping for necessary items and caring duties.
Bans are also in place prohibiting people from travelling in and out of council areas in level 4 in and out of Scotland from other parts of the UK and the Republic of Ireland.
Six restrictions were announced yesterday by the First Minister including tighter curbs to click and collect and takeaway services, to the drinking of alcohol outdoors and to limit only essential repair…
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