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Public attitudes to Coronavirus – June and early July summary

Published: 5 Aug 2020

This report includes some high level findings from recent polling work on public attitudes to the coronavirus pandemic in Scotland. Reports covering earlier survey work were published on 8 May and 12 June 2020.

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Public attitudes to Coronavirus – June and early July summary
Annex B: Timeline of route map announcements

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Annex B: Timeline of route map announcements

11 May

People can exercise for more than once a day

29 May

Enter phase one. Subject to safe physical distancing and hygiene measures, the following things are permitted:

  • Two households are able to meet outdoors, in a maximum group of 8 people
  • Travel is allowed to exercise or meet another household, within a recommended 5 mile
  • Sunbathing is permitted
  • Child minding services and outdoor nursery provision is available
  • Food outlets are able to offer take away, delivery or drive-through
  • Some non-contact outdoor sports resume, such as golf, tennis and angling

19 June

Enter phase two. Easing of restrictions include:

  • People who are shielding can go outdoors to exercise and meet people from one other household
  • People who live on their own or only with children under 18 can form an extended household
  • Urgent dental care can resume
  • Places of worship will be allowed to open for particular reasons

29 June

Further easing of measures in phase two, as businesses and facilities reopen, these include: street-access retail, outdoor markets, outdoor sports grounds, playgrounds, zoos and garden attractions

3 July

Self-catered accommodation can reopen

6 July

Outdoor hospitality can reopen

10 July

Enter phase 3. Easing of restrictions include:

  • Up to eight people from three households can meet indoors
  • Up to 15 people from five households can meet outdoors, subject to physical distancing
  • Face coverings made compulsory in shops