The Scottish Government have confirmed that 146 people in the last 24 hours have tested positive for Covid-19.

This is a decrease from yesterdays figures of 175 new cases of Covid-19.

A further 14,213 new tests for Covid-19 were conducted that reported results. Of these 1.1% were positive the same as yesterdays 1.1%.

In the last 24 hours no deaths were reported.

In the last 24 hours 67 people are in hospital, nine of these were in intensive care.

Figures for the Covid vaccine now stand at 2,817,752 people having received their first dose and 1,297,664 people having received their second.

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These figures follow Scotland entering level 3 on Monday with Scots now being able to meet up in groups of six from up to six households in outdoor settings. 

Non-essential retail fully reopened as well as hospitality welcoming people back to sit inside in groups of up to six people from two households. 

From May 17 it is hoped that restrictions will be relaxed further in Scotland with a move to level 2. 

What changes in level 2?

  •  Adults can meet in groups of four from up to two households.
  • Six adults from three households can meet in an indoor public place including cafés, pubs and restaurants. 
  • Eight adults can meet in outdoor settings from up to eight households. 
  • You can travel to England, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man or the Channel Islands - before you travel you must check the travel rules in those countries. 
  • You can provide informal childcare.
  • Up to 50 people can attend weddings and funerals.
  • Tradespeople can carry out any work in your home such as painting, decorating or repairing.
  • You should work from home where possible.
  • Stadiums and events will reopen with maximum numbers. 
  • Cinemas, theatres, concert halls, amusement arcades and bingo halls can reopen.

Soft play areas, funfairs, indoor bowling, snooker/pool halls, nightclubs and adult entertainment must remain closed in level 2.