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However, Duncan McConchie of the Wedding Industry Alliance said a continued ban on alcohol sales would "turn venue owners into police".

He said: "People will drink, but they will go to their cars and drink. They will go to the toilets and drink.

"Whereas, if we are allowed to sell alcohol, we are then in charge of the alcohol that those guests consume."

Mr McConchie said the industry was "broadly accepting and happy" with Tuesday's announcements, "but the devil is in the detail that comes back to bite us".
Julia Eeeles, who owns The One Lounge hairdressing and beauty salon in Glasgow, said partial reopening without allowing for beauty treatments would leave her worse off.

"The problem for me - and I think there will be a lot of beauty salons like this - is that I've got two hairdressers but 10 other members of staff.

"So I am actually under financial strain having to open up just for two people.

"It means I have to run the salon, run reception and use all my gas and electricity. It doesn't help me as a business owner."

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Ms Sturgeon also announced that the "stay at home" lockdown order will be lifted from 5 April.

People will still have to stay inside their own local authority areas until 26 April, when the travel ban will be lifted within Scotland.

All children should return to school full-time after the Easter break, which for some will be from 12 April.

The first minister said the government was on track to hit the target of giving a first dose of vaccine to all priority groups - including "a significant majority of Scotland's adult population" - by mid-April.

She said this would "give us confidence to ease restrictions much more significantly from 26 April".

It is expected that all areas which are under level four restrictions will move down to level three from that date.

Other changes from mid-May could include the return of cinemas, amusement arcades and bingo halls, along with adult outdoor contact sports and indoor group exercises. สล็อต ฝาก ทรูวอเลท

But Ms Sturgeon said that to come up with precise dates for other changes - like "normal family gatherings where we can hug our loved ones, sporting events, gigs and nightclubs" - would involve "plucking it out of thin air".




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