Nicola Sturgeon has said that Scotland “needs to get some normality back” as she hinted that some measures to ease lockdown could be unveiled next week.
The first minister said that any easing would be careful and gradual, because lives are still at stake.
And while she was not yet able to give dates for when things might start to open again, she said that people “can’t live like this forever”.
Ms Sturgeon said she could outline some “minor changes” next week.
These would be unveiled alongside further details of the range of options the Scottish government has been looking at, she told her daily briefing.