First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will be updating the nation on coronavirus restrictions today.
Every Tuesday, the SNP leader announces whether regions will be moving up or down the tiered five-level system.
What time is the briefing?
There’s no lunchtime briefing today, with Ms Sturgeon instead updating parliament on the latest coronavirus statistics.
She is expected to start her speech at about 2.20pm.
Her address is being broadcast live on BBC Scotland and also on Scottish Parliament TV.
What is the First Minister going to announce?
We do not know for sure.
Ms Sturgeon has been very coy on whether regions will be moving up or down the five-level system.
All we know for sure is that the 11 local authorities under the toughest level four restrictions will be moved down on Friday.
They are: City of Glasgow, Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire, East Dunbartonshire, West Dunbartonshire, North Lanarkshire, South Lanarkshire, East Ayrshire, South Ayrshire, Stirling and West Lothian.
What about Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire?
However, this is not confirmed and the region could get another reprieve.
Ms Sturgeon said that the regions would be monitored very closely.
What about Moray, the Highlands and the islands?
Moray and Highland are both in level one but with extra restrictions meaning you cannot meet someone else in their home.
The islands are also in level one, with no extra restrictions.
Moving to level three restrictions
If Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire move to level three restrictions, a lot would change.
Restaurants, cafes and bars will only be allowed to open until 6pm indoor and outdoors and are not allowed to serve alcohol.
There can be no travelling in or out of the area, except for work, education or health.
Outdoor contact sports for over 18s are not permitted.
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