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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced details of the further relaxation of restrictions across Scotland. From Monday 26 April, hospitality venues such as cafés, pubs and restaurants can reopen, along with tourist accommodation. Non-essential retail outlets and close contact services … Continue reading
On 13 April 2021, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced an acceleration of the easing of Covid-19 lockdown restrictions in Scotland. Travel within Scotland for outdoor socialising, recreation and exercise will be allowed from Friday 16 April.
Scotland’s First Minister has set out a timetable for the re-opening of parts of society over the next two months. Stay at Home regulations will be lifted on 2 April and replaced with guidance to Stay Local, with more services … Continue reading
On 4th January 2021 the Scottish Government announced a new national lockdown in mainland Scotland to prevent the spread of the new, highly contagious strain of coronavirus (Covid-19). The new measures make it a legal requirement to stay at home … Continue reading
On 19th December 2020 the Scottish Government announced a tightening of protections against Coronavirus (COVID-19) to prevent the spread of the new, highly contagious strain of the virus in West Dunbartonshire and across Scotland.
It has been announced today (8 December 2020) that West Dunbartonshire is to move into Level 3 Covid-19 restrictions, alongside the other Scottish local authority areas currently subject to the highest Level 4 restrictions. The easing of restrictions will come … Continue reading
It has been announced today (17 November 2020) that West Dunbartonshire is to move into Level 4 Covid-19 restrictions alongside a number of local authorities within the Greater Glasgow & Clyde Health Board area and across central Scotland. The new … Continue reading
On 22nd September 2020 new nationwide measures were announced by the Scottish Government to protect the population from the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in response to rising number of cases in Scotland and across the UK. Full details of the … Continue reading