FIRST MINISTER Nicola Sturgeon has announced a change to coronavirus contact tracing. 

It comes as Scotland moves from Level 4 to Level 3 of coronavirus restrictions on Monday. 

As pubs, restaurants and cafes will reopen, all customers sitting at one table will be obliged to give their contact details to staff as opposed to only the lead member of each household.

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Ms Stuegeon announced the new change at a coronavirus media briefing held yesterday. 

She said: "We are also publishing today updated guidance on the collection of contact details.

"This guidance makes it clear that venues should take down contact details for all of their customers – rather than simply for the lead member of each household."

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From Monday, the hospitality sector can reopen outdoor venues for groups of up to six people from six households until 10pm with alcohol.

Indoors, groups of up to six people from up to two households can be served until 8pm without alcohol.