Facemasks in Scotland

The Scottish Government have updated their list of where to wear Facemasks in indoor settings. A face covering must be worn by all people as listed below, except where an exemption applies (as defined in the legislation), or where there is a ‘reasonable excuse’ not to wear a face covering.

  • any premises which open to members of the public and used for the retail sale or hire of goods or services, such as shops, takeaway restaurants, estate agents, beauty parlours. This does not include hospitality premises such as bars and pubs or certain hospitality premises with table service such as cafes and restaurants
  • Inside Public Transport, including trains, buses and ferries.
  • aquariums, indoor zoos or visitor farms, and any other indoor tourist, heritage or cultural site
  • banks, building societies and credit unions
  • cinemas
  • community centres
  • crematoriums and funeral directors premises
  • libraries and public reading rooms
  • museums and galleries
  • places of worship
  • post offices
  • storage and distribution facilities, including collection and drop off points

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