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Hugging now back on the cards

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The FM Nicola Sturgeon has today outlined further the path out of COVID-19 lockdown in Scotland.

Monday May 17th, we will now be able to again meet inside each others homes and regain some intimacy as hugging will once again be acceptable.

Mainland Scotland will move to level two restrictions – Meaning pubs will once again resume serving alcohol indoors in pubs or restaurants, which will be now able to stay open until 22:30 with up to six adults from three households will be able to meet indoors in a public place. 6 adults from upto 3 different households will be able to meet in their homes, and can also stay overnight.

Outdoor sports involving contact in adults will also be again resumed and public places such as; Cinemas, bingo halls and amusement arcades are also likely to reopen.

Events held both indoor and outdoor such as: concerts can restart – but its expected capacity will be capped.

Most of Scotland will move to Level 2 as of Monday with the exception of Moray staying at Level 3 and the Islands of Scotland dropping to Level 1

Written by: Brad Yule

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