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Coronavirus restrictions to be eased for majority of Scots

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Coronavirus restrictions to be eased for majority of Scots

Coronavirus restrictions to be eased for majority of Scots

Cafes, restaurants, shops and hairdressers will be able to reopen in manyareas of Scotland from Friday and Saturday as coronavirus restrictions areeased.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirmed to MSPs in the ScottishParliament on Tuesday that no area of Scotland will remain in Level 4 whenchanges come into force later this week.


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