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This document is part of a collection To minimise the risk of spreading the virus, we should all stay at home as much as possible and avoid unnecessary travel. the following islands within Argyll and Bute: Coll, Colonsay, Erraid, Gometra, Iona, Islay, Jura, Mull, Oronsay, Tiree, and Ulva; and all islands in Highland, with the exception of Skye: you must, by law, remain within that area unless you have a reasonable excuse (see, Travel between Scotland and the rest of the UK, Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man, Under current Scottish law, given the state of the epidemic, unless you have a reasonable excuse (see. ) travel for healthcare, including: audiology; chiropody; chiropractic; dental; ophthalmic; and osteopathic services; services relating to mental health; and testing and vaccination services. By law, in a Level 4 area, you can only leave your home (or garden) for an essential purpose. On public transport you must by law wear a face covering, unless you are exempt, and comply with the physical distancing measures that are in place. This includes  the scattering of ashes, but not post-funeral events, such as wakes, if you are a minister of religion or worship leader, travel for the purposes of leading an act of worship. travel for work or an activity associated with seeking employment, or to provide voluntary or charitable services, but only where that cannot be done from your home. Updated information on travel between Scotland and the rest of the UK. For employers, you may wish to refer to guidance for safer workplaces. Travellers arriving in Scotland from abroad (with the exception of Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man) are required, by law, to quarantine by self-isolation for 10 days after arrival. Subject to approval by the Scottish parliament, the rules are: • Click-and-collect services limited to essential shopping such as clothing, baby equipment and books Please check any restrictions that may be in place in your destination before you travel. Exceptions for travel to or from Level 3 areas (certain islands): travel for work or an activity associated with seeking employment, or to provide voluntary or charitable services, but only where that cannot be done from your home. Covid regulations will make it illegal to enter or leave Scotland This article is more than 2 months old Scottish government accused of … Updated to reflect the islands of Barra and Vatersay moving to lockdown. Your feedback will help us improve this site, Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance on travel and transport. For taxis and private hire vehicles you should refer to guidance on taxis and private hire vehicles. See: guidance on international travel and quarantine. This is to protect against the risk of imported cases of coronavirus. For employers, you may wish to refer to, Find How to report coronavirus … From Tuesday 5 January 2021, mainland Scotland will move from Level 4 to a temporary Lockdown, with new guidance to stay at home except for essential purposes. Nicola Sturgeon has tightened COVID restrictions in Scotland, laying out six changes which will come into effect on Saturday. Specifically, it states by law private dentistry in Scotland must not currently provide cosmetic or aesthetic procedures. This is why we have introduced a legal requirement to stay at home unless you live in Orkney; Shetland; the following islands within Argyll and Bute: Coll, Colonsay, Erraid, Gometra, Iona, Islay, Jura, Mull, Oronsay, Tiree, and Ulva; and all islands in Highland, with the exception of Skye, which will remain at Level 3. Covid restrictions will only be relaxed on Christmas … Scientists at the University of Aberdeen have been researching how well people in Scotland have adopted Covid-19 preventative behaviours such as the FACTS guidance issued by the Scottish Government.. Updated information on car/vehicle sharing. Looking after yourself and others Coronavirus (COVID-19): stay at … Coronavirus in Scotland, Public safety and emergencies, Transport Guidance on travel rules and restrictions and protection levels, including information on essential travel. Further information. Health Protection Scotland continues to update its guidance for health protection teams and healthcare practitioners as the situation evolves, as well as providing guidance for non-healthcare settings including schools, places of detention, and separate guidance for social care settings. Suzanne Allan from BBC Scotland says Scottish football was issued with a red card last year for breaching Covid rules. Updated to reflect new lockdown regulations to take effect on 5 January 2021. 13 January: COVID-19 Update. Nicola Sturgeon has told Scots 'don't book foreign trips' for the October break amid fears England will have to follow Scotland's even tougher new Covid rules. From 15 February, all arrivals to Scotland from outside the Common Travel Area must book and pay for managed isolation in quarantine hotels to help protect against the importation of COVID-19. The First Minister confirmed that a number of further measures will come into effect today to … out more about cookies, travel between Scotland and the rest of the UK, Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man, information on what the test result must include, exceptions for a range of examples of reasons for which travel is permitted, guidance on international travel and quarantine. chlorine-based product) should be used, You should not travel to work/car share if you have any, Note the above guidance relates to private vehicles. travel to avoid injury, illness or to escape a risk of harm, or support someone that is doing so, for those involved in professional sports, travelling to training or competing in an event, to visit a person receiving treatment in a hospital, staying in a hospice or care home, or to accompany a person to a medical appointment, travel to register or vote in an Scottish or UK Parliament, Local Government or overseas election or by-election, including on behalf of someone else by proxy, travel to visit a person detained in prison, young offenders institute, remand centre, secure accommodation or other place of detention, travel to facilitate the formation of an end of term household, where either or both of the student or the other household which will make up the end of term household live out with the same area. Where possible you should consider walking, wheeling or cycling, if you can, to reduce pressure on the road network and on public transport where capacity will be limited. You can find information here: The restrictions let you leave your home in a Level 4 area, and travel between areas in Levels 3 and 4  where you have a “reasonable excuse” for essential travel. Feedback. travel for under 18s organised activities and sport. ... We will only accept reports of breaches occurring in Scotland. Coronavirus (COVID-19): General advice; Coronavirus (COVID-19): Testing Gov.scot uses cookies which are essential for the site to work. See, More information on testing for people travelling to Scotland and self-quarantine is in the. Updated information on international travel. out more about cookies, Coronavirus (COVID-19): what you need to know. Here's what the new rules in Scotland are for the festive period. 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A letter was jointly issued on 8 January by Scotland’s CDO and the National Clinical Director, describing newly introduced amendments to COVID-19 regulations affecting private and independent clinics. Find Any data collected is anonymised. Mainland Scotland was placed into lockdown on Jan 4 to tackle the rising spread of the new coronavirus strain. Travellers who do arrive in Scotland without proof of a negative test result could be fined £480. COVID protection levels by area Mainland Scotland and some islands are in lockdown with guidance to stay at home, except for essential purposes. The latest guidance for Golf Clubs and Golfers on the return to golf in Scotland can be viewed here. The guidance for care homes provides advice about COVID-19 for those working in care home settings for adults and older people. travel for essential shopping, including essential shopping for a vulnerable person. where you live in a level 3 area in Scotland, travel to attend a gathering which relates to a marriage ceremony or civil partnership registration, those who do not live in a level 3 area in Scotland, travel to attend a marriage ceremony or registration of a civil partnership but only where you are either the person getting married, a witness or the person conducting the ceremony (or interpreter if required), travel for gatherings related to funerals or for compassionate reasons which relate to the end of a person’s life. Under current Scottish law, given the state of the epidemic, unless you have a reasonable excuse (see exceptions) you must not travel between Scotland and: You should be aware that, if you travel for essential reasons, rules may apply in other countries or Crown Dependencies within the Common Travel Area that may restrict your ability to enter or travel within them, or which may require you to self-isolate for a period of time after your arrival. As we continue to respond to the COVID-19 crisis, it's important to stay up to date with travel advice. These rules will be kept under review and if the prevalence of the virus in all, or part of, any of these countries reduces it may be possible to relax these restrictions for some areas. What are the 33 countries on the 'red list'? Exercise can start and finish at a place in your local authority area (or up to 5 miles from the boundary of your local authority area), but you should travel no further than you need to reach a safe, non-crowded place to exercise in a physically distanced way. Scotland's transport secretary says he is pressing the UK government to close a loophole which could allow travellers to avoid new Covid quarantine rules. You can provide feedback or make a complaint about your contact tracing experience by emailing NHS National Services Scotland. Scotland has its own restriction levels - from zero to four. To minimise the risk of spreading the virus, we should all stay at home as much as possible and avoid unnecessary travel. Any data collected is anonymised. Transport providers will have procedures to promote the safety of customers and staff, but it is an individual’s responsibility to comply with guidance. To suppress the spread of COVID-19, including the new variant, it is essential that, with limited exceptions, there is no travel to or from areas where higher numbers of people may be carrying the virus. Find out, if sharing a vehicle with anyone from another household, limit the number of people in the vehicle to as few as possible, ideally no more than 2 (applies to adults and children aged 12 and over), use the biggest vehicle available for car sharing purposes, occupants should sit as far apart as possible, ideally the passenger should sit in the back seat diagonally opposite the driver, aiming for 2 metre distancing between occupants, windows in the car should be opened as far as possible taking account of weather conditions to improve ventilation in the space, occupants in the car, including the driver, should wear a face covering provided it does not compromise driver safety in any way, occupants should perform hand hygiene before entering the vehicle and again on leaving the vehicle, occupants should avoid eating in the vehicle, passengers in the vehicle should minimise any surfaces touched, keep the volume of any music/radio to a minimum to prevent the need to raise voices in the car, the longer the journey, the higher the risk; keep journey times to the minimum feasible and do not linger in the vehicle before or after the journey itself, where non-household members are car-sharing, the car must be cleaned regularly (at least daily) and particular attention should be paid to high risk touch points such as door handles, electronic buttons and seat belts. Scotland Covid rules: all the things you can't do in Glasgow from today. travel for essential services, including: services provided by the Department for Work and Pensions, services provided to victims (including victims of crime), asylum and immigration services and interviews, services of a charitable or voluntary nature such as food banks. See information on what the test result must include at gov.uk. Travellers who do not present proof of a negative test result certificate will not be able to board any form of transport to Scotland. The measures include a legally-enforceable stay-at-home order. For example, those travelling on a Friday, must take a test no earlier than Tuesday. Updated to reflect change in self-isolation period from 14 days to 10 days. If you are travelling in a vehicle as part of your job or business, safe operation of workplaces applies, therefore please refer to your employer. local outdoor informal exercise such as walking, cycling, golf, or running (in groups of up to 2 people, plus any children under 12, from no more than 2 households). If you have to travel for essential purposes, follow the guidance on travelling safely. See exceptions for a range of examples of reasons for which travel is permitted. travel for healthcare, including: audiology; chiropody; chiropractic; dental; ophthalmic; and osteopathic services; services relating to mental health; and testing and vaccination services, waste disposal or recycling services, when services are not available in your local authority area. You should not stay longer than for the length of time required to undertake the necessary work. . Guidance about coronavirus (COVID-19), including business, health, education and housing. Some islands will remain at Level 3. This includes travel for home education, training, school day trips or for other essential purposes connected with a course of study. international travel (outside the UK, Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man). Travelling for the purposes of undertaking maintenance on a property other than your main residence should not be used as a pretext for a holiday. travel to school – when not being undertaken remotely - (including travel to or from boarding school), college, or university (for example to or from home at the start or end of term). travel in connection with moving home (including viewing a property), or for activities in connection with the maintenance, purchase, sale, letting, or rental of residential property that the person owns or is otherwise responsible for. travel to school – when not being undertaken remotely - (including travel to or from boarding school), college, or university (for example to or from home at the start or end of term). Coronavirus (COVID-19): Scotland’s route map is a collection of documents setting out how Scotland will transition out of lockdown. Amendments made to text of sections relating to informal exercise. If you arrive in Scotland from abroad via another part of the UK you must follow the rules that are in place in Scotland when you arrive. waste disposal or recycling services, and again within your local authority area unless such services are not available there. What rules are in place for breaching Covid rules? Where possible you should consider walking, wheeling or cycling, if you can, to reduce pressure on the road network and on public transport where capacity will be limited. Although you can travel for these purposes, you should stay as close to home as possible. Coronavirus (COVID-19): protection level reviews and evidence Test, Trace, Isolate, Support sets out our plans to help disrupt community transmission of coronavirus Coronavirus (COVID-19): Scotland’s route map is a collection of documents setting out how Scotland will transition out of lockdown. Exemptions information updated to reflect latest changes. By continuing to use this site, you agree to our use of cookies. See: you must, by law, stay at home unless you have a reasonable excuse (see, if you have to travel for essential purposes, you should follow the. What are the new rules? out more about cookies, Coronavirus (COVID-19): what you need to know. You are advised also to check that your insurance policy provides cover for cancellations. The exceptions for Level 3 and Level 4 are different. 5 January: COVID-19 Update. You must self-isolate for 10 full days if you arrive in Scotland from a country outside the Common Travel Area (UK, Republic of Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man). Guidance on travel rules and restrictions and protection levels, including information on essential travel. This includes  the scattering of ashes, as well as post-funeral events, such as wakes, travel to attend your normal place of worship, travel to or from a level 3 area or the purposes of driving lessons or taking a driving test, guidance on travelling safely in all forms of transport. Updated Level 3 and 4 exceptions covering marriage. The results so far show that the majority of Scots are following the guidance although women are better than men and young people at following the rules. However, you should use online shopping or shops, banks and other services in your local authority area wherever you can. 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