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The Health Protection (Coronavirus) (Restrictions and Requirements) (Local Levels) (Scotland) Regulations 2020

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Restriction on gatherings in private dwellings in a Level 0 area

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8.—(1) A person must not attend a gathering in a private dwelling located in a Level 0 area, unless the gathering—

(a)takes place indoors and consists of no more than eight persons from no more than three households,

(b)takes place outdoors and—

(i)where at least one person in the gathering has attained 12 years of age but has not attained 18 years of age, consists of no more than eight persons who are all under 18 years of age, or

(ii)all the persons in the gathering are under 12 years of age,

(c)is for the purpose of—

(i)work or providing voluntary or charitable services,

(ii)childcare, education or training,

(iii)providing care or assistance to a vulnerable person,

(iv)providing emergency or medical assistance,

(v)avoiding injury, illness or escaping a risk of harm,

(vi)facilitating a house move,

(vii)facilitating shared parenting arrangements,

(viii)fulfilling a legal obligation,

(d)relates to a funeral, marriage ceremony or civil partnership registration, or

(e)is taking place in student accommodation, where all the persons in the gathering—

(i)are using cooking, dining, toilet or washing facilities which are shared with any person who is not a member of their household, and

(ii)have the accommodation as their only or main residence.

(2) For the purpose of sub-paragraph (1)(a), children under 12 years of age are not to be included when counting the number of people or households attending a gathering.

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