Four people from two households will be able to meet outdoors in Scotland from Friday, Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
In an easing of lockdown restrictions, the first minister also said:
• For children aged between 12 and 17, outdoor meetings will also be limited to four people, but these can be from up to four households
• Outdoor, non-contact sports for adults in groups of up to 15 will also be able to start again from Friday
• Travel restrictions will be eased slightly for children taking part in sport where their club may be “a bit outside” their council area
• Communal worship in Scotland will restart from 26 March, with a limit of 50 people at services.
Source: Sky News