The Scottish Government has announced that Scotland will move beyond level 0 of its coronavirus protection levels from Monday 9 August, bringing a further easing of restrictions.
You can read more about these measures and the very latest Scottish Government guidance here.
Under this move to beyond level 0 the lifting of most of the remaining legally imposed restrictions will be lifted including physical distancing and limits on the numbers of people who can gather together to socialise.
Face coverings must still be worn in indoor public places and on public transport.
To restrict the spread of outbreaks and protect against the risk of new variants, travel restrictions may be imposed, so please check ahead before traveling around Scotland.
Leisure and entertainment businesses, including soft play, cinemas, theatres, concert halls, music venues, comedy clubs, amusement arcades, casinos, snooker halls and bingo halls are open.
Travel accommodation, indoor attractions and public buildings such as galleries, museums and libraries are also open.
Renfrewshire has a great range of outdoor attractions that you can enjoy, while following the existing guidance. Find out more about places you can visit in Renfrewshire here.
As hospitality, retail and tourism businesses welcome more customers, we encourage everyone to spend local where possible.
It’s vital that we all continue to follow the guidance and help stop the spread of coronavirus. Nothing is more important to us than your health and wellbeing.
The Paisley.is team