The remaining restrictions on non-essential travel between Scotland and north west England are to be lifted.
On Wednesday, the Scottish Government confirmed that journeys between Scotland and Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council will be permitted for any reason from midnight on Thursday, July 8.
It comes after a ban on travel between Scotland to Manchester and Salford, as well as Bolton, were lifted last week.
Public health minister Maree Todd said: “We have been carefully monitoring the situation in Scotland and across the common travel area, and following a weekly review we will ease travel arrangements between Scotland and Blackburn.
“Nobody wants travel restrictions in place for any longer than is absolutely necessary.
“Restrictions on non-essential travel between Scotland and parts of north west England were introduced in line with evidence, and have been removed as the situation has changed.”