Most shops in Scotland are to reopen from 29 June as part of a further easing of the country’s lockdown rules.
The changes will also see anyone who lives on their own – or only with children – to form an “extended group” with one other household from tomorrow.
People will also be able meet outdoors with two other households at the same time rather than just one.
And people who have been told to shield are now able to exercise outside for the first time.
The announcement by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon means the country has now moved to the second phase of its four-phase “route map” to ending the lockdown while continuing to suppress the virus.
The Scottish government has generally been taking a more cautious approach to opening up the economy again than the UK government has in England, where shops were able to reopen earlier this month.
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