Nicola Sturgeon has revealed the indicative dates for lifting more lockdown measures.

The First Minister said from July 3 the five mile leisure rule will be lifted and self-contained holiday accommodation like cottages and caravans can open. People are still advised to keep away from crowded places.

The outdoor hospitality trade can re-open from Monday July 6 which means pubs with outdoor spaces like beer gardens can open.

Phase three is due to start after the July 9 review but Ms Sturgeon said that it will be phased.

She said from July 13 indoor shopping centres can open.

People can meet indoors with up to two other households. Early learning and childcare facilities can open with distancing in place.

From July 15 all holiday accommodation can reopen as the tourism sector reopens. Pubs restaurants can open indoors with distancing measures in place.

And hairdressers and barbershops can also reopen.

She said other personal retail services will need to wait a little longer.

Theatres, cinemas, bingo and nightclubs will also have to wait with no indicative date yet given.