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Covid: Why does lockdown easing vary in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland?

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But, parts of Scotland such as Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling have been put into tier two due to spikes of coronavirus cases being recorded in these areas.

In level two people can only meet inside groups of up to six and in groups of up to eight outside, indoor hospitality, gyms and all shops can reopen and 50 people can attend weddings and funerals.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will provide an update on the easing of restrictions on Monday, June 21.

An announcement is also planned for June 28 – this was the planned date for a country-wide move to level 0, but with the cautious approach of Ms Sturgeon in the past this looks unlikely.

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