Aberdeen has gone into lockdown again following a spike in coronavirus cases.

The First Minister imposed strict restrictions on the city following a cluster of infections linked to more than 20 pubs.

It's the first local lockdown to be enforced in Scotland, with changes to be reviewed after one week and extended if the outbreak is not under control.

The restrictions apply to the Aberdeen City Council area - but could also stretch to neighbouring Aberdeenshire if cases continue to rise.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been calling for Scots to follow the rules on lockdown.

Here are the new restrictions those living in the city will now face:

What are the new rules for Aberdeen?

The cluster of coronavirus cases in Aberdeen was first traced to four people in The Hawthorn Bar, Holburn Street.

A number of other bars in the city had been publicly linked to the virus.

The test and protect system has since found 54 cases. Sturgeon said 191 close contacts have been traced, but said the number will increase.

It comes after 64 new cases of coronavirus were confirmed in Scotland over the past 24 hours - the biggest jump since lockdown.

Of the Scottish total, 36 of the new daily cases are in the Grampian area but it is not clear how many are linked to Aberdeen.

At her regular briefing in Edinburgh, Sturgeon said: "The decisions are not being taken lightly but we are at a stage of this pandemic where strong action is necessary and sensible."