Scotland withdrew a tiring system from the final week of April, with Nicola Sturgeon saying it confirmed her “frame” would be moved three weeks – two weeks faster than England.
The Prime Minister told the MSP that the five-tier system is expected to move the entire country to Level 4 and fall to Level 3, with non-essential retail sectors reappearing from 26 April. 5.
She said: “So it is from the last week of April that we expect a gradual but significant reopening of the economy, including non-essential retail, hospitality and services such as gym and hairdressers.
“And, of course, the more we get vaccinated and the more we all follow the rules right now, the faster the speed of security is likely to increase – if we all stay together, our progress will be greater. . “
Nursing home restrictions will ease starting in early March, and will begin to include the next phase of back-to-school – elementary school students and some high school students – from March 15. The outdoor mix will also be expanded to four people from two houses.
Ms Sturgeon said community worship could resume, although “may be a few days earlier” if necessary for holidays such as Passover and Easter.
Ms Sturgeon said she hoped to be able to give more details in mid-March on easing sanctions in Scotland, but that she would “speed up change” where possible. She said she was “optimistic” about restoring “more normal” to people’s lives in the coming months.
This comes with all out-of-school children in early education and care, returning students in grades 1 through 3 at school full time on 22 February. A “limited number” of secondary school pupils may also return part-time to do practical work in the classroom, required to obtain a national diploma from the same date.
In addition, there is a “limited increase in provisions for vulnerable children”.
Mainland Scotland was placed on lockdown on 4 January to deal with the increasing prevalence of new strains of coronovirus. The measures include legally enforced house maintenance orders.
In addition, take-out and hot drinks can only be served outside a building and public alcohol consumption is banned in 4 areas, including those purchased in take-out services.
New guidelines have also been introduced for these shields. If you do preservation, but can’t work from home, don’t go to work – the chief medical officer will write to anyone to whom it applies and act as a doctor’s note.
How many vaccinations have there been in Scotland?
As of 28 February, 1,593,695 people had their first vaccine in Scotland since the deployment began on 28 February.
Nicola Sturgeon announced on 15 February that the Scottish Government had reached its goal of offering the first dose of the coronovirus vaccine to all members of the four main priority groups.
Ms Sturgeon said there was a ‘temporary drop’ in vaccines given in Scotland, due to a drop in supply and an increase in other doses.
However, the Prime Minister insisted that the program was continuing on schedule as he confirmed that all adults in Scotland should be given the first dose of the Kovid vaccine by the end of July.
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