Students are to be ordered not to go to pubs, parties or restaurants in a bid to stem a spate of coronavirus outbreaks at Scottish universities.
Hundreds of students have tested positive at campuses across the country, with many more self-isolating.
Universities have now pledged to make it “absolutely clear” to students that there must be no parties.
And they will not be allowed to socialise with anyone outside of their accommodation.
Students have also been warned that any breaches of the new rules “will not be tolerated”.
The stricter guidelines were announced after opposition leaders accused First Minister Nicola Sturgeon of a “basic failure” to anticipate the problem and provide more testing on university campuses.
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