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Scottish lockdown easing starts 28 May

Scottish lockdown easing starts 28 May

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Scottish lockdown easing starts 28 May 

Lockdown restrictions in Scotland are likely to be relaxed slightly from 28 May, Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed.

The first minister made the announcement as she unveiled a four-phase “route map” aimed at restarting society while suppressing the virus.

The first phase will include allowing people to meet outside with people from one other household.

Schools will reopen on 11 August – meaning many will return a week earlier than planned after the summer holiday.

But the first minister said children will return to a “blended model” where they will do a mix of school and home learning.

Teachers will return to schools in June, with transition support being given, where possible, to children going into Primary 1 or moving from primary to secondary schools.

video: BBC

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