Coronavirus Scotland LIVE as pubs, shops and restaurants reopen, recovery continues
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Scotland has moved to level three lockdown restrictions from today as the number of coronavirus infections continues to decline.
The country can finally take its first real steps out of the lockout since Boxing Day.
Pub beer bars will reopen for the first time in four months, allowing six people from six different households to hang out outside and consume alcohol.
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Restaurants, bars and cafes will also be able to open indoors until 8 p.m. but will not be allowed to sell alcohol.
Shops, gymnasiums, beauty salons, swimming pools, libraries, galleries and museums will also resume operations as the whole country moves to level three.
However, Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon continued to urge caution and told the Scots to ‘relax’.
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