Coronavirus in Scotland

Stopping the spread starts with all of us.

You should:

  • wear a face covering
  • avoid crowded places
  • clean hands and surfaces regularly
  • stay 2m away from other people
  • self-isolate and book a test if you have COVID-19 symptoms (new continuous cough, fever or loss of, or change in, sense of smell or taste)
COVID protection levels: check the protection level for your area and find out what you can and cannot do under each level.

View guidance for the festive period.

Download the Protect Scotland contact tracing app

Information and support

Local measures and restrictions (protection levels)

 

Check the protection level for your area and find out what you can and cannot do under each level. 

Test and Protect: getting tested and self-isolating

 

You should self-isolate and book a COVID-19 test if you have symptoms (new continuous cough, fever or loss of, or change in, sense of smell or taste).

Travel and quarantine

 

Health and wellbeing

 

Healthworkers, carers and social work

 

Mental health and wellbeing support

Health and social care workers mental health support helpline: 0800 111 4191

Care homes, carers and social work

Hospitals

Healthcare students

Clinical guidance

Data

Further information for health and social care professionals

Businesses, work places and self-employed people

 
Funding for local authorities to support businesses affected by COVID-19 will be announced shortly. This includes support for newly self-employed people who are not able to access other forms of financial support. These funds are not yet open for applications so please do not contact your local authority.

Sector specific guidance and support

Animal owners

 

Work and financial support

 

Offer help

 

Scottish Government strategy and evidence

 

Our approach is guided by the Chief Medical Officer, and we continue to monitor the situation closely and to work with the WHO and international community.

We are working with the Welsh Government, Northern Ireland Executive, and the UK Government to respond to the ongoing outbreak.