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Nicola Sturgeon announced new local level levels for the coronavirus restrictions in Scotland that will take effect from Friday 20 November..
The Prime Minister addressed the Scottish Parliament this afternoon (Tuesday) explaining key updates to the tiered system, with 19 council districts – including Argyll and Bute – seeing no change.
The area, which covers Helensburg and Le Monde, will remain at level 2, but Ms Sturgeon has admitted that she hopes Argyle and Bute move to level 1 « soon »..
Elsewhere, nearby West Dunbartonshire will move to Level 4 for three weeks, with restrictions lifted on December 11th. Ten other regions, most of them in western Scotland, will face the most difficult set of restrictions.
Ms Sturgeon told Holyrood: “Level 4 is meant to be short and sharp. And in this case, it is specifically meant to have an effect before Christmas and the most difficult winter period. »
Under Tier 2 restrictions, up to six people from a maximum of two different families are permitted to meet outdoors or in hospitality spaces, with social interactions at home with others being prohibited..
Restaurants, cafes, pubs and bars can all open for the consumption of food and non-alcoholic beverages, along with a meal, with the last entry at 7 pm. All venues must be closed and all customers closed by 8 PM.
Outdoor areas are permitted to consume food and alcoholic beverages with the last entry at 9:00. 30 m. All places must be closed and all customers closed by 10. 30 m.
In the seven-day period through Saturday, November 14, there were 26 cases of Covid-19 virus in Argyll and Bute, an average of 30.. . 3 per 100,000 residents.
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