Today the first minister announced how Scotland would approach the easing of lockdown restrictions, with a focus on ensuring the virus remains under control.
Boris Johnson has today (Feb 22) set out a new road map for the easing of coronavirus restrictions, revealing a four-stage plan of how England will emerge from the current lockdown measures.
Boris Johnson has set Britain on a "one way road to freedom", after unveiling a four-point plan to lift lockdown by summer.
Outdoor sports will return from March 29, vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi has said.
The Scottish Government is to adopt a very cautious approach when it lays out a road map to easing lockdown restrictions next week, as the Scottish Conservatives say they want to see "clarity and hope."
A new roadmap out of lockdown will be published next week but restrictions will remain in place across Scotland until at least early March "and possibly for a period beyond that", Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
Relaxing Covid-19 restrictions will lead to another wave of coronavirus infections if it is not done in a cautious way, scientists advising the Government have warned.
Shielding advice for the most vulnerable Scots may have offered only "relatively modest" additional protection from coronavirus and less stringent measures may have delivered similar results, according to a new report.
The Scottish Government has continued to defend the speed of the coronavirus vaccine roll-out.
The SNP has defended MP Kenny MacAskill's two 500km round trips to visit his constituency from his second home in Banffshire.
Many more people across north and north-east Scotland are traveling to work than during the first lockdown and experts have warned not enough is being done to support workers to stay at home.
Nicola Sturgeon has insisted work carried out at Bute House was "essential" for safety reasons and that she has not been there for months.
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An Aberdeen shopping mall is partially closing following change in Covid restrictions.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is set to give her weekly Covid-19 update to the Scottish Parliament today, with schools and the national lockdown on the agenda.
Tougher new restrictions have begun in Scotland today as the government aims to stop Covid from spreading quicker.
Businesses offering food and drink takeaways will have to operate under new regulations from Saturday.
Sturgeon announces new restrictions on click and collect services and takeaways as virus variant spreads further
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced six changes in coronavirus guidance - including limitations on click and collect services and takeaways.
The operator of a north-east sports centre has called on the Scottish Government to outline how coronavirus measures are to be eased, warning that current restrictions are unsustainable.
Sitting on a park bench for a “short pause” during exercise is reasonable, but leaving the home just to sit in public is unlawful under coronavirus rules, Downing Street has clarified.
Takeaways and non-essential collection services at risk as Scotland records highest daily death toll
Takeaways, non-essential click and collect services and construction could be restricted further as ministers ponder even tougher lockdown measures after Scotland recorded its highest-ever daily coronavirus death toll.
Tougher lockdown restrictions could be needed in Scotland as the NHS is coming under “severe and increasing pressure” from coronavirus, Nicola Sturgeon has warned.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the Scottish Government was left with "no alternative" but to put mainland Scotland back into full lockdown in a bid to protect lives across the country.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will update the nation today on the fast-changing coronavirus situation amid rising case numbers and fears over the new strain.
Tightening level four restrictions: What changes could the first minister announce in Monday’s Covid-19 statement?
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will announce further measures to tackle a "rapid increase" in Covid-19 cases to parliament on Monday.
The first minister has said she "cannot rule out even tighter level four restrictions" as the country grapples with a new Covid-19 variant "fast becoming" the most dominant in the country.
The new Covid strain is becoming the most dominant one in Scotland.
The coronavirus restrictions have wrecked traditional Christmas celebrations for everyone across the country and Scotland’s politicians are no exception.
Five JD Wetherspoon pubs confirm closure as the north-east enters Level 3 of coronavirus restrictions
Several pubs in the north-east have closed until further notice after the Scottish Government tightened coronavirus restrictions.
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