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Scottish Beer Gardens, Pubs and Restaurants re-opening dates

Phase 3 dates for lockdown ease released

The Scottish government has given “indicative dates” for when phase 3 of lockdown easing can be implemented, subject to virus control. The news that beer gardens can open has certainly been appreciated given the weather.

We intend that pubs and restaurants will open indoors from the 15th of July, but on a limited basis initially and subject to a number of conditions. Detailed guidance will be issued as soon as possible.

Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister

3rd July

5 mile travel rule for leisure eased.
Self catering accommodation with no shared services can reopen.

6th July

Beer gardens and outdoor hospitality.
People can meet in extended groups outdoors(with physical distancing)
Households can meet indoors with up to a maximum of two other households (with physical distancing)

Cross Stobs Inn Barrhead Outside Beer garden

10th July

Organised outdoor sports can resume for children and young people.
All dental practices begin to see registered patients.
Optometrists can see emergency and essential eye care.
Non-essential shops inside shopping centres can re-open (following guidance and with physical distancing)

15th July

All holiday accommodation permitted (following relevant guidance)
Pubs, restaurants and indoor hospitality (subject to physical distancing rules and public health advice)
Hairdressers and barbers – with enhanced hygiene measures
Museums, galleries, cinemas, monuments, libraries – with physical distancing
Childcare providers can reopen.

Eda Turkish restaurant merchant city glasgow

 

For full Scottish Government documentation please click here.

 

 

 

Glasgow Foodie
Author: Glasgow Foodie

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