The First Minister has said face mask rules will remain in shops, hospitality and public transport for another two weeks.
Nicola Sturgeon addressed MSPs at the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday afternoon.
The FM said from next Monday, it will no longer be a legal requirement to wear a face covering in places of worship or while attending a marriage ceremony, a civil partnership registration, or a funeral service or commemorative event.
The wider legal requirement – applying to shops, certain other indoor settings and public transport – will be converted to guidance two weeks later on April 18.
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