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Travel Advice for Visitors to South West Scotland


Travel Restrictions have now been lifted for whole of Dumfries and Galloway – 7th July 2020

Local restrictions in Dumfries and Galloway have been lifted following a cluster of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases last week in the Annan and Gretna areas.

The outbreak is now contained so travel is no longer restricted to five miles and care home visiting is now permitted.

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We love welcoming visitors to our beautiful corner of Scotland. In the context of COVID-19 pandemic, it is vitally important for the protection of all that we do that as safely as possible.

Tourism businesses across our region are working hard to put in place the necessary processes to keep you safe.

So we ask all visitors planning to come to the region to also play your part.

Please plan ahead, many businesses, attractions, outlets etc may not be open or have changed their opening hours, they may be limiting access or limiting group sizes etc, so please reach out to them ahead of your visit and check that they are opening and can accommodate you.

Please protect yourself and others by being considerate to local communities and following the Scottish Government guidelines which are there to keep us all safe.

Remember:

Phase 2 – Remaining dates/guidance, please note these are subject to change

From Friday 3 July

From Monday 6 July

Phase 3 – Please note these dates/guidance are subject to change

From Friday 10 July

From Monday 13 July

From Wednesday 15 July

Links for the latest updates:

Scottish Government Guidelines for retail, tourism and hospitality customers

Scottish Governement’s COVID-19 RouteMap

Visit Scotland Guidance

 
 
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