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Restriction on non-essential travel between Scotland and north west England to be lifted

Christian Fernsby |
The last remaining restriction on non-essential travel between Scotland and north west England is to be lifted.

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Journeys between Scotland and Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council will be permitted for any reason from 00:01hrs on Thursday 8 July.

Public Health Minister Maree Todd said: “We have been carefully monitoring the situation in Scotland and across the common travel area, and following a weekly review we will ease travel arrangements between Scotland and Blackburn.

“Nobody wants travel restrictions in place for any longer than is absolutely necessary.

“Restrictions on non-essential travel between Scotland and parts of north west England were introduced in line with evidence, and have been removed as the situation has changed.”


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