New Coronavirus Restrictions in Scotland

Published: September 23, 2020

 
The First Minister of Scotland has announced new restrictions to help stop the spread of the virus.

The following restrictions cover all of Scotland

⚠️ Do not meet people from other households socially inside their home or yours. This applies across all age groups.

There are very limited exemptions, including for:
🔷 Extended households
🔷 Providing care and childcare
🔷 Couples living apart

⚠️ You can only meet one other household at a time outdoors, up to a maximum of 6 people, in spaces like private gardens or parks.

🔷 These limits don’t apply to under 12s.

⚠️ You can continue to meet indoors in public places, but only 6 people from a maximum of 2 households should meet at a time.

🔷 From Friday pubs, bars and restaurants will be required to close at 10pm.

⚠️ Work from home if you can.

The Scottish Commission for Learning Disability have produced an easy-read summary of these restrictions. CLICK HERE to download (PDF)

Information and support ➡ gov.scot/coronavirus
Essential health advice ➡ nhsinform.scot/coronavirus
 

 

Important Covid-19 update: New restrictions in Glasgow, East Renfrewshire & West Dunbartonshire

Published: September 2, 2020

 

•• Important Covid-19 update ••

 

As of last night (Monday 1st September 2020), new restrictions have come into place for people living within:
🔹 Glasgow City
🔹 East Renfrewshire
🔹 West Dunbartonshire

 

Those of us that live in these local authorities should not be inviting others in our homes or visiting others at their homes to socialise. Exceptions to this are where ‘extended households’ have been made. Restrictions are in place for 2 weeks however will be reviewed next week by The Scottish Government

 

We can continue to meet others outdoors if we follow safe guidelines including following FACTs

Face covering,

Avoid crowded places,

Clean hands regularly,

Two metres distance where possible,

Self isolate and seek a test if you have symptoms.

 

Find out more ➡️ nhsinform.scot/coronavirus