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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Scotland’s route map

How Scotland is transitioning out of lockdown, including the framework that guides decision making.


Introduction

Information about Scotland’s phased approach through and out of the COVID-19 crisis.

The latest guidance and updates can be found via the Coronavirus (COVID-19) page.

All of Scotland is currently at Level 3. From 17 May:

  • mainland Scotland and some islands will move to Level 2
  • some islands will move to Level 1
  • Moray is likely to remain at Level 3 for a further period due to the number of COVID-19 cases - we will confirm this by the end of the week

Find out more about the changes from 17 May

Phase 3 - route map through and out of the crisis

Information about Route Map phases.

Phase 2 - route map through and out of the crisis

We announced the move to Phase 2 on 18 June 2020. Changes in this phase will be introduced in stages.

Phase 1 - route map through and out of the crisis

We announced the move to Phase 1 on 28 May 2020.

Scotland’s route map through and out of the crisis

The Route Map gives an indication of the order in which we will carefully and gradually seek to change current restrictions.

It provides practical examples of what people, organisations and businesses can expect to see change over time. The phasing table will continue to be updated.

Framework for decision making

These documents set out the approach and principles that will guide us as we make decisions about transitioning out of the current lockdown arrangements.