Covid: Close down down curb curbs in western Scotland | UK News

More than 2 million Scots will face near-lockdown sanctions for three weeks after Nicola Sturgeon imposed covid sanctions at the country’s highest level in the west of Scotland.

After a cabinet meeting on Tuesday morning, Scotland’s first minister told the MSP that 4 of the 11 local authority areas would be entered – the highest of Scotland’s five-tier system of virus control – for a limited period this Friday from 6pm.

Local authorities are West Dunbartonshire, East Dunbartonshire, Ranfrushire, East Ranfrewshire, Glasgow City, North Lanarkshire, South Lan Lan Nakshire, West Lothian, East Ayrshire, South Ayrshire and Stirling.

Level 0

Effective November 2: light control on socialization with possible time limits on licensed space; A maximum of eight people from three households inside the house and 15 people from five households outside the house. Inner worship, marriage and funeral imprisoned over 50 people; Car-sharing should be avoided and covered on public transport.

Level 1

According to the above but only six people from two houses can be found inside or outside the house; Numbers at weddings and funerals are not indoor contact games for 20-and-over-18-years; Work in offices is limited to just what is needed.

Level 2

As above, but there is no indoor socializing and only six people in two houses outside; Enhanced protective measures for schools; Ban on outdoor events, stadiums closed to spectators but drive-in events and theaters allowed; Do not sell alcohol indoors, unless served with a meal; Soft play, snooker halls, nightclubs and casinos closed.

Level 3

Not indoor socializing; Six people from two households allowed to meet out of town; No non-essential travel; No sale of indoor or outdoor alcohol; Hotels, B&B and camp sites are limited to locals or essential workers; All stadiums and events closed; Colleges and universities will have more restrictions on mixing; Restrict amateur outdoor contact sports; All leisure places closed; Only required public services.

Level 4

Like level 3 but closed except hotels and B&B essential workers; May apply “stay at home” rules or limit travel distance; Only essential travel on public transport; All non-essential shops are closed; Ban on hairdresser, beautician and driving lessons; Pooja imprisoned over 20 people; Only five people allowed at the wedding; Gym off; All leisure venues, pubs, rest restaurants rent, visitor attractions and cinemas closed; Only required indoor work place, outdoor building and manufacturing are allowed.

Severin Carell, Scotland editor

People living under Level Under Restrictions are advised to keep all travel to a minimum.

Sturz said police would enforce the new law banning travel at the level and areas as a “last resort” and “where clear and explicit violations occur”, but stressed the importance of not traveling from top to bottom. Wide areas.

She said: “Passing these rules sends a very clear and strong message to people about our importance of following these rules.”

Sturgeon said Level 4 was going to be “short and sharp”, promising that the restrictions would be lifted on December 11, adding that “especially the anticipation of Christmas and the impact of the most challenging winter period”.

Level 4 limitations are very close to the lockdown imposed in March, however, two houses are still allowed out of town for a maximum of six people and there is no limit to outdoor exercise.

All non-essential shops will close with pubs, restaurants and cafes, as well as gym and leisure centers, hairdressers, male, beautician and indoor visitor attractions.

Schools and nurseries will remain open.

UK coronavirus case

Sturgeon told the chamber that although the level of infection in the west of Scotland had stabilized or decreased slightly as a result of the 3-tier measure, the infection rate was “stubbornly and worryingly high”.

“At this level, we are confident that we will not be able to cope with the hospital and ICU services going into the winter.”

“And at this level further we should not need to relax restrictions on Christmas – which we generally want to tighten as much as other countries in the UK.”

Sturgeon told MSP that this week the total number of coronavirus deaths in Scotland is likely to exceed 1,000, which he called a “sombre and deeply painful milestone”.

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