Scotland’s new coronavirus restrictions have come into force.
The five-tiered system, which started at 6am on Monday, has been put in place to curb the spread of the deadly virus.
Level zero represents the closest to normal the country can get without effective treatment or a vaccine, whereas level four is much closer to the full lockdown restrictions seen at the end of March.
Each local authority has been allocated a level, however none have been placed in either the lowest or highest tier – the latter of which would force pubs, restaurants and non-essential shops to close.
As the new system comes into force, STV News has spoken to people living and working in levels one, two and three for a glimpse into life across three different council areas.