The reopening of Scotland’s economy – including shops, bars, restaurants, gyms and hairdressers – is expected to start in the last week of April, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced. She said there would be a “progressive easing” of restrictions before then, with four people from two households allowed to meet outdoors from 15 March. All primary and more secondary school pupils could also return from that date, after the youngest pupils returned to classrooms on Monday, while the government hopes to lift the stay at home restrictions on 5 April.
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