A survey by SIH of its members shows that 33% think that without additional government support they will have to close down before spring 2021.
Parking could be temporarily removed from part of Tobermory’s Main Street to enable people to socially distance better
‘This is the right decision for Mull and to ensure the rally is welcomed back in, hopefully, happier times in 2021,’ says Car Club chairman.
Places of worship will remain closed ‘but the ears of heaven are open’, says presbytery committee.
Around 4,500 pupils in Highland are receiving fortnightly vouchers to the equivalent of £15 per pupil, per week. This includes an average weekly increase of 50 pupils each week since lockdown began, according to Highland Council.
Increased cleaning regimes for buses will be carried out, especially when buses are used for different groups of passengers and for routes between different communities.
ScotRail is urging customers to take collective responsibility and continue following its five rules for safer travel, as the train operator warns it can’t guarantee physical distancing at all stages of a journey.
Thermal screening, intensive cleaning and face coverings will be the order of the day when Nevis Range re-opens as coronavirus lockdown restrictions are eased.