Scotland is facing tighter rules on quarantine and travel in a review of the country’s lockdown restrictions.
Nicola Sturgeon will outline what changes are being made in a statement at the Scottish Parliament around 2pm.
Yesterday, she signalled there will be no easing off until mid February at the earliest while Covid-19 continues to spread in high numbers.
Instead, the First Minister is expected to set out tweaks to the rules and the latest details for parents, teachers and pupils who have been dealing with remote learning since the winter break.
At her last briefing, Sturgeon said “lockdown is working” with the number of infections falling.
But she added: “That said, case numbers are still high, too high, much higher than we would want them to be, so we need to get them down further – then