Based on Tuesday’s government announcements, the MYA position remains unchanged.
Groups of up to six people who are not in the same household can now meet outdoors.
26th June – Holiday accommodation can reopen for business
3rd July – Pubs and restaurants can open.
To summarise the Scottish government announcements – Scotland currently continues in Phase 2
29th June – five mile travel limit remains in place
People from up to three households are able to meet outdoors in groups of up to eight people.
3rd July – five mile rule for leisure and recreation will be relaxed
The use of self-contained holiday accommodation (such as cottages, lodges and caravans with no shared services) will be allowed along with second homes.
6th July – Pubs and restaurants will be able to open outdoor spaces, such as beer gardens.
Scotland – Phase 3: aspiration is to announce on 9th July
10th July – Allow people to meet other households indoors.
13th July – Non-essential shops inside shopping centres will be able to reopen, children and young people will also be allowed to play organised outdoor contact sports, dentists will be able to see patients for routine treatment and optometrists can begin to scale up work.
15th July – Reopening pubs, restaurants, holiday accommodation, hairdressers and barbers.