Travel agencies in Scotland could be permitted to reopen in late April, first minister Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed.
Sturgeon said the Scottish government was targeting a "significant re-opening" of Scotland’s economy in the last week of April.
This, she said on Tuesday (23 February), would likely include non-essential retail premises.
The government hopes to lift the country’s current stay at home order from 5 April, with the nation then returning to levelled restrictions – starting at level three.
"This could mean that from the last week of April, we would expect to see phased but significant re-opening of the economy, including non-essential retail," said the Scottish government.