Nicola Sturgeon will reveal which areas in Scotland could be plunged into tier four restrictions tomorrow, leaving certain council areas in a March style full-blown lockdown, just before Christmas.
Much of West Central Scotland is ‘likely’ to be placed in the highest level of restrictions following tomorrow’s lockdown review, according to reports in the Scottish Daily Mail.
According to the report, 12 local authority areas in Scotland are being considered for tier four, this includes Glasgow, the three Ayrshire councils, the two Renfrewshire authorities, West and East Dunbartonshire, North and South Lanarkshire, Inverclyde and Stirling.
It is possible that the March style regional lockdown could come into affect from Friday onwards, and this is what it could mean and how it would affect those living in Edinburgh and the Lothians.
A level 4 lockdown closes everything from restaurants, cafes, pubs and bars, non-essential retail,…