Every local authority area in Scotland will be assigned a tier which will set the type and level of Covid-19 restrictions in place for businesses and residents in that area.
The Scottish system ranges from the highest tier, level four – which would impose tough measures but stop short of the nationwide lockdown in March – to the lowest, level zero, which is as close to normality as possible, with most businesses open.
Dundee is among the places which could be in line for stricter measures due to a rise in cases in the city in recent days – while measures could be eased in areas such as the Highlands.
This new lookup table is based on the provisional tier set to be assigned to each area of Scotland. You can find your area by searching for your local authority.
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