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COVID-19: Scotland moves from 'Stay at Home' to 'Stay Local'

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Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has that the country's guidance would change from 'stay at home' to 'stay local' on 2 April - Good Friday.

Then three days later, some non-essential shops and services would be allowed to open, including hairdressers, barbers and garden centres.

She said she hoped that further restrictions would be able to be lifted in May and June as the COVID data eases.

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