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People travelling from Luxembourg will now have to quarantine for 14 days after arriving in Scotland. The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.Scottish Premiership: Hibs 0-0 Motherwell - goalless at breakNo Edinburgh, no problem â fab festival highlightsScottish Premiership: Hibs 0-0 Motherwell - goalless at break'It was the very first time I found Scotland on Google'As the rain gets heavier, Noah's wife and daughter get wearier. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. VideoDay turns to night, and we're not out of the woods yetScot Squad: The Chief does New Normal. Frontline Scotland Watch BBC Scotland's investigative current affairs programme Frontline Scotland on this page. Despite keeping his distance, Brian Fairburn was delighted to see his mother doing so well "Son Brian said: "It was good to see her again and good to see her in such good spirits.
"Scotland is coming out of lockdown at a slower pace than England, something Ms Sturgeon has said she hopes will be "more likely to be sustainable than if we went faster".Outdoor hospitality, such as beer gardens and outdoor areas of cafes, can begin trading again from Monday.Further changes are expected to be confirmed by Ms Sturgeon in a statement at Holyrood on Thursday, 9 July.These will include allowing people to meet with two other households indoors from 10 July, and with extended groups outdoors, as long as physical distancing is maintained.Shopping centres are likely to be allowed to re-open from 13 July, and indoor areas of pubs and restaurants on 15 July.Hairdressers and barbers, museums, galleries, cinemas, monuments and libraries and the rest of the tourist industry will also be able to resume business on that date, subject to the continued suppression of the virus.The Prince of Wales led a two-minute silence, marking the day World War Two ended with Japan's surrender. Holiday cottages can reopen and the travel limit has been lifted as Scotland's virus lockdown is eased. Call 84322 - 'theAA' on your mobile or 0906 88 84322 from a land line for the latest travel news. BBC Radio Scotland For all the latest news, travel, sport and updates on Covid-19 in Scotland He said: "There are several trees down, the top and bottom roads out of … Travel warning as storms strike Reader's video ... Ken Humphreys, who runs a hill farm on the back road between Dingwall and Evanton, told the BBC Scotland news website that he had been virtually cut off. VideoJanice Galloway reflects on passing of time and childhood innocenceDay turns to night, and we're not out of the woods yet. Â© 2020 BBC. IPlayer-VideoFull match coverage from the Scottish Premiership. Getaways *** (BBC Scotland, 8pm) . AudioOff the Ball, 15 Aug 20 David Farrell & Jason LeitchScotland Outdoors, Mark and Helen climb Suilven, find out about the pipistrelle bat and the joys of river swimming. If you plan to travel to Scotland during this time you absolutely need a packable rain jacket, travel … VideoJanice Galloway reflects on passing of time and childhood innocenceDay turns to night, and we're not out of the woods yet. IPlayer-VideoThe story of the formidable duo who founded Glasgow City FC. AudioOff the Ball, 15 Aug 20 David Farrell & Jason LeitchScotland Outdoors, Mark and Helen climb Suilven, find out about the pipistrelle bat and the joys of river swimming. VideoAs the rain gets heavier, Noah's wife and daughter get wearierJanice Galloway reflects on passing of time and childhood innocence.
"One cafe owner on the island of Tiree has come up with a novel way of ensuring customers socially-distance as they queue for takeaways.Fiona Armstrong, owner of the Farmhouse Cafe in Balemartine, is using her Highland cow to keep people apart.Visits to care homes can also resume from Friday, although strict rules will be in place after the facilities were badly hit by the virus.Residents can have one named "key visitor" attend if their home has been virus-free for 28 days, but they will have to remain outdoors, 2m (6ft 6in) away and must wear a face covering throughout the visit.At Murray House and Evanthea House care home in Kelso there were no hugs, but lots of smiles as Brian Fairburn got the chance to catch up with his mum Moira face-to-face. Travel Updates Important issues that may affect your journey: Travel Updates | Traveline Scotland Timetables and journey planner for all bus, rail, coach, air and ferry services in Scotland.
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Noah, aged 6, was among children able to hug their grandparents for the first time on Friday "And only if we continue to stick to the rules will we be able to drive the virus down further, and live less restricted lives in the weeks and months ahead.