Scotland to move back into level system with stay-at-home order ending on 5 April

Scotland’s route out of lockdown will come in stages, with the country’s stay-at-home order set to end on 5 April, followed weeks later by a return to a system of levels.

Unveiling the plan, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon told MSPs that at present there is “limited scope” to ease restrictions.

She said the Scottish government would be able to give more details in mid-March on how restrictions will be eased from April onwards.

The detail she unveiled this afternoon included:

15 March – Next phase of school returns; outdoor non-contact group sports; more mixing between households
5 April – Stay-at-home order to be lifted; communal worship; final phase of return to schools
26 April – Scotland to move back into Level 3

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