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Scotland covid update LIVE as Nicola Sturgeon confirms easing of lockdown

People who have been shielding can return to work

Speaking about the changes from Monday April 26, Nicola Sturgeon said people who have been shielding can return to work, if they can not work from home.

In addition, children who have been shielding can return to school.

All shops will also be able to reopen from Monday, along with close-contact services, such as beauty parlors.

People will be able to go into premises to collect takeaways, rather than having to get them from a serving hatch, or at the door.

Meanwhile, cafes, pubs and restaurants will be able to reopen, with alcohol able to be served outside from Monday - when people can meet outside in groups of up to six from six different households.

But in indoor hospitality, Sturgeon said the "greater" risks would mean alcohol can still not be served, although pubs, cafes and restaurants can open till 8pm.

Six people can meet indoors in hospitality settings, but must be from two households.