First Minister Nicola Sturgeon addressed Parliament to explain the Scottish Government’s route map that will guide the country out of lockdown.
The route map gives practical examples of what people, organisations and businesses can expect to see change over time.
If the evidence shows transmission of COVID-19 is under cont
The NHS Scotland test, trace, isolate and support system – known as Test and Protect - will be ready for expansion in all 14 health boards from 28 May.
A plan agreed between councils, professional associations and parent representatives to schools from 11 August, subject to scientific advice that it is safe to do so, has also been published.
Commenting, Ms Constance said :
“We all know that we can’t live this way forever and we all want to get back some sense of normality.
“While we need to move carefully and gradually, the route map laid out by the Scottish Government clearly sets out the steps that will take us there.
“Too many people in West Lothian and across Scotland have lost their lives to this disease and we can’t risk another peak – so we must move in line with our own circumstances.
“We will get through this by working together by sticking to the advice to suppress the virus further and get back a way of life that is as close to normal as possible.”
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