First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced the stricter rules on 1 September after 66 new positive tests were recorded in the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde area.
So will similar restrictions be imposed in Edinburgh, as coronavirus cases continue to increase?
Why was a local lockdown imposed?
Tougher restrictions were put in place in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area after more than 130 new coronavirus cases were recorded in the space of two days.
Ms Sturgeon said that transmission mainly appeared to be occurring inside people’s homes and between households, rather than in pubs and restaurants.
In response to fears that more people will enter hospital and intensive care if cases continue to rise further, the Scottish Government made the decision to impose stricter rules in the area in regard to visiting households.
Exceptions to the new rules…