In the rest of Scotland, rules which are going to be relaxed include physical distancing rules – meaning hugs will be allowed – the number of people allowed to socialise both indoors and outdoors, and the reopening of cinemas.
Here are the 10 rules which are going to change on May 17.
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5. Alcohol indoors
Restaurants, pubs, bars and cafes can open indoors until 10.30pm serving alcohol with two hour pre-booked slots. (Picture: AFP via Getty Images)
Photo: DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS
6. Holiday accommodation
Holiday accommodation was allowed to reopen in Level 3 but now you are allowed to holiday in the UK with at least one other household. The rules for indoor socialising apply here. (Picture credit: Etienne TORBEY / AFP)
Photo: ETIENNE TORBEY
Cinemas can reopen under Level 2 restrictions, but they must follow social distancing guidelines.
8. Theatres and concert halls
Theatre and concert halls can reopen but must operate within coronavirus guidelines. Small seated indoor events are advised to operate with a maximum of 100 people. (Picture credit: Mike Hume)
Photo: Mike Hume