Every local authority area in Scotland has been assigned a level which will set the Covid-19 restrictions in place for businesses and residents in that area.
The Scottish system ranges from the highest tier, level four – which would impose tough measures but stop short of a nationwide lockdown like in March – to the lowest, level zero, which is as close to normality as possible, with most businesses open.
The latest levels announced by the first minister on December 1 have placed 11 council areas into the highest level.
Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire will remain in level two with the Highlands and Islands still in level one.
This new lookup table is based on the tier which has been assigned to each area of Scotland. You can find your area by searching for your local authority.
At a glance, you can see how the rest of Scotland is tiered in our map below.
You can find a full break down of what each of the tiers mean, here.
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