The Scottish Government has now removed the remaining legal requirements in the Coronavirus regulations.
However, COVID still remains a concern for public health and the Scottish Government are still encouraging workplaces to continue with all protective measures you identify in your risk assessment, make any necessary changes to how you operate and maintain a vigilant approach to managing COVID-19.
The legal requirement to wear face coverings in most indoor public spaces and on public transport is now guidance from Monday. It is strongly recommended that face coverings continue to be worn where appropriate – including in indoor crowded spaces and on public transport.
Employers should support staff to isolate if they need to. This will help reduce the risk of transmission in the workplace. The Scottish Government has guidance for safer workplaces and public settings.
The Scottish Government has also published a recovery strategy.