Announcing changes to the Scottish government’s route out of lockdown, Sturgeon said travel distance restrictions – which see people forced to stay within five miles of their home – will be relaxed on 3 July, along with the opening of self-catering accommodation.
Sturgeon also thanked the health workers and other front line workers for the “real and sustained progress” in suppressing the virus. She also added that beer gardens and other outdoor venues would be able to reopen on 6 July – and all other pubs and restaurants would be able to open on 15 July, if progress continues.
But the Shopping centers and the barbers and hairdressers will also be allowed to reopen on 15 July. Venues will be subject to physical distancing measures along with “a number of conditions” being followed, Sturgeon said. She advised to follow the two-meter rule will be reported on by 2 July.