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  1. JTweedie

    Anyone else got a plan a and plan b trip?

    If you're thinking about visiting Scotland, these are the relevant points in the Scottish Government's latest document (PDF) published today and it applies to the situation right now. Measures to reduce importation of the virus. Key actions: We are: prohibiting non-essential international...
  2. JTweedie

    Anyone else got a plan a and plan b trip?

    I'm not going to plan anything major this year, but a couple of day/weekend trips might be on the cards. First up is I'd like to visit the Isle of May on the east coast, and Ailsa Craig on the west coast. I don't want to go a second year without seeing any seabirds (other than our city-dwelling...
  3. JTweedie

    Anyone else got a plan a and plan b trip?

    I think that's already happened. I've seen people tweeting about prices on Scottish islands being pushed right up and many places already fully booked for later in the year.
  4. JTweedie

    Anyone else got a plan a and plan b trip?

    We're still at around 800 positive cases a day just now and the trend has been falling which is a good sign, well down from the peak of more than 3000 day if the first week of the year. Last week though numbers look like they've levelled off a little bit so it'll be good to see in a week's time...
  5. JTweedie

    Anyone else got a plan a and plan b trip?

    I can't see plan A working for you unfortunately, I'd expect long distance travel within the UK to still be limited into the summer.
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