Face coverings will be mandatory in more places to prevent an increase in coronavirus cases rising further, the First Minister has announced.

Nicola Sturgeon revealed there is to be more changes to the guidance on indoor hospitality as recent cases are linked to pubs.

As well as shops and public transport it will be mandatory to wear a face covering in museums, libraries and places of worship from next Friday.

Ms Sturgeon also said that new evidence on visors shows that they do not provide enough protection and they must be worn with another face covering.

She revealed that it will be mandatory for pubs, restaurants and cafes to collect customer details for test and protect.

Ans she said there would be further guidance announced next week for the indoor hospitality trade.

Ms Sturgeon said: “We know that the majority of businesses are complying but also clear that for some that’s not been the case.

We want to ensure hospitality can remain open.”