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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Phase 3: Scotland's route map update - 20 August 2020

Update to Scotland's route map setting out further phase 3 changes, as we transition through and out of the COVID-19 crisis.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Phase 3: Scotland's route map update - 20 August 2020
Guide to re-opening and scaling up over the remainder of Phase 3

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Guide to re-opening and scaling up over the remainder of Phase 3

Not all details are shown. Please refer to guidance and Q&A for more details.

Relevant guidance and public health advice (such as physical distancing rules and enhanced hygiene measures) will apply to all changes shown below.

Confirmed date: Monday 24 August

Organised outdoor contact sports – all ages – following the guidance of relevant sports bodies.

Certain outdoor live events (involving open space or organised seating) with physical distancing and restricted numbers – subject to guidance.

Driving lessons can resume – following guidance

Child contact centres – following guidance.

Face-to-face advice services can resume – following guidance.

Bingo halls (with physical distancing and following guidance).

Amusement arcades and casinos following guidance (incl. enhanced hygiene).

Snooker/pool halls, indoor bowling – following guidance (incl. enhanced hygiene).

Funfairs – static and travelling – following guidance.

Confirmed date: Monday 31 August

Gyms (indoor) – following guidance.

Swimming pools following guidance.

Indoor sports courts – including skating and dance studios – subject to relevant guidance:

  • Children (under 12): All activity
  • Adults and Young People (12 plus): Non-contact only.

Indoor activities for children and young people (unregulated) – following guidance which will vary by activity.

10 September Review

Indicative dates liable to delay if epidemic deteriorates

Indicative date: Monday 14 September

Soft play (indoor) – following guidance (e.g. no ball pools, enhanced hygiene).

Certain indoor live events - subject to guidance – with physical distancing, enhanced hygiene, and restricted numbers.

Other indoor entertainment venues – following guidance – with physical distancing requirements (e.g. theatres, music venues). Not nightclubs.

Indoor sports courts – including skating and dance studios – can be used by adults and young people for contact sports – subject to guidance.

Stadia (limited re-opening) – following guidance (e.g. physical distancing, restricted numbers) – with option for testing on earlier dates subject to agreement.

Certain outdoor live events (involving focussed standing) with physical distancing and restricted numbers – subject to guidance.

Await further review

Non-essential offices and call centres can re-open following implementation of relevant guidance (including on physical distancing). Working from home and working flexibly remain the default.

Other indoor live events – subject to guidance – with physical distancing, enhanced hygiene, and restricted numbers.

Public Services continue to scale up and re-open safely including NHS Mobilisation Plan


Contact

Email: covidexitstrategy@gov.scot