Coronavirus UK: Scotland’s COVID-19 lockdown to be eased next week

People in Scotland will be allowed to meet members of other households outdoors from 28 May as garden centres and some sports venues prepare to reopen.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said schools will reopen from 11 August with a ‘blended model’ that combines home-based learning with teaching in the classroom.

Outdoor cafes, recycling centres and drive-through restaurants will also be permitted to reopen.

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