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Nicola Sturgeon coronavirus update LIVE - major briefing due on lockdown easing

Nicola Sturgeon is set to give a live briefing later today to confirm the most important stage in the easing of lockdown restrictions.

The First Minister will announce a list of changes due to begin next Monday 26 April.

She will give details of travel between Scotland, England and Wales and the reopening of gyms, non-essential shops and the hospitality sector.

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Restrictions on travel around Scotland and also regulations on meetings outdoors were significantly eased last Friday.

For all updates on today’s significant developments and details of how to watch the briefing visit our LIVE blog below.

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