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What are the new tiers?

The new five-tier system sees Scottish council areas subject to different limitations based on the infection rate.

Scotland as a whole is now subject to general rules, such as remote working where possible, mandatory masks on public transport, and a ban on non-essential travel to or from Level 3+ areas.

Level 0 (low)

Level 0 will see the most lenient restrictions applied to low-risk areas in Scotland.

Indoor household mixing will be permitted in homes and public places up to a maximum of eight people from three households. Socialising will be permitted outdoors up to a maximum of 15 people from five households.

Hospitality venues will be permitted to open at normal licensing times, although social distancing rules will still apply. 

Hotel-stays will be permitted. However, non-essential travel to/from Level 3+ areas in the UK will be prohibited.

Non-essential shops, hairdressers, cinemas and libraries will remain open.

Gyms will remain open and all sports will be permitted.

Weddings, funerals and places of worship will be limited to a maximum of 50 people.

Outdoor and indoor events will be permitted with restricted numbers with the exception of indoor grouped standing events.

Level 1

Indoor household mixing will be prohibited, barring exceptions such as caring duties. Socialising will be permitted outdoors and in public places up to a limit of six people from two households.

Indoor and outdoor hospitality establishments will remain open until 10.30pm (9.30pm last entry).

Hotel stays will be permitted. However, non-essential travel to/from Level 3+ areas in the UK will be prohibited.

Non-essential shops, hairdressers, cinemas and libraries will remain open.

Gyms will remain open and all sports will be permitted, with the exception of indoor contact sports played by over-18s.

Weddings and funerals will be limited to a maximum of 20 people and places of worship will be restricted to a maximum of 50 people.

Seated indoor/outdoor events will be permitted with restricted numbers, but grouped standing events will not be permitted. 

Level 2

Restrictions on socialising will remain unchanged from Level 1.

Indoor hospitality establishments will close at 8pm (7pm last entry) and alcohol may only be served with a main meal. Outdoor hospitality venues may remain open until 10.30pm (9.30pm last entry).

Hotel stays will be permitted, but non-essential travel to/from Level 3+ areas in the UK will be prohibited.

Non-essential shops, hairdressers, cinemas and libraries will remain open.

Gyms will remain open and all sports will be permitted, with the exception of indoor contact sports played by over-18s.

Weddings and funerals will be limited to a maximum of 20 people and places of worship will be restricted to a maximum of 50 people.

Level 3

Restrictions on socialising will remain unchanged from Level 2, but the maximum number of people at weddings, funerals and religious ceremonies will be capped at 20.

There will be further limits on public venues with closures of cinemas, arcades and bingo halls. Drive-in events will also be banned.

Hospitality establishments will be prohibited from selling alcohol and will close at 6pm (last entry at 5pm). Non-essential shops and hairdressers will remain open.

Gyms will remain open but indoor exercise will be limited to individual workouts. Outdoor exercise will be limited to non-contact sport with the exception of under-18s. Professional sport will continue.

Hotel-stays will be permitted where essential. Non-essential hotel stays will be permitted for locals only.  

Level 4 (very high)

Scots in areas with severe Covid-19 outbreaks will face being placed into near-full lockdowns, with restrictions on travel and instructions to stay at home.

Restrictions on socialising will remain the same as in Level 3 areas, but non-essential shops and hospitality establishments will be closed without exception.

Hairdressers and other close contact services (for example, beauticians) will be closed.

Homeworking will be advised for all sectors with the exception of essential work, outdoor work, construction and manufacturing jobs.

Non-essential travel into or out of Level 4 areas will be prohibited and public transport should only be used when essential.

Gyms will be closed and outdoor sports will be restricted to non-contact games. However, professional sports will be allowed to continue.

Informal childcare will be permitted for the children of key workers, and formal childcare will be subjected to “targeted intervention”.

Which areas are in which tier?

Nicola Sturgeon announced on October 29 which level of the new five-tiered system each council area will be operating from November 2 onwards: 

Level 0

No local authorities will be in Level 0 (the most lenient tier) from November 2.

Level 1

Five local authorities will sit in Level 1 when the new restrictions are applied from November 2 onwards:

  • Highland
  • Moray
  • Orkney
  • Shetland
  • Western Isles

Level 2

Eight local authorities have been assigned to Level 2 in the new system:

  • Aberdeen
  • Aberdeenshire
  • Angus
  • Argyll & Bute
  • Borders
  • Dumfries & Galloway
  • Fife
  • Perth & Kinross

Level 3

The vast majority of local authorities (19 in total) have been classified as Level 3, and will see the second most restrictive rules in the five-tier system:

  • Glasgow City
  • Renfrewshire
  • East Renfrewshire
  • East Dunbartonshire
  • West Dunbartonshire
  • East Ayrshire
  • North Ayrshire
  • South Ayrshire
  • South Lanarkshire
  • North Lanarkshire
  • Inverclyde
  • City of Edinburgh
  • Midlothian
  • East Lothian
  • West Lothian
  • Clackmannanshire
  • Falkirk
  • Stirling
  • Dundee

Level 4

No local authorities were in Level 4 (the most restrictive tier) from November 2. 

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