If you are travelling to Scotland from other parts of the UK: Travel is allowed between Scotland and England, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. Note: Your plans may still be affected if the area you’re travelling to or from has local restrictions in place.
International travel: to find out the requirements for the country you are travelling from, please visit the Scottish Government’s COVID-19 international travel and managed isolation webpage.
Face coverings: By law, everyone aged 12 and over must wear a face covering, unless exempt, in most indoor public spaces. Please visit the Scottish Government face covering legislation webpage.
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