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Scottish Can Meet Outside in Groups of No more than Eight

LONDON — People in Scotland can meet outside in groups of no more than eight as parts of the U.K. regain some freedom from coronavirus restrictions.

People are allowed to enjoy sunbathing and some non-contact sports such as golf and tennis.

In England, up to six people from different households will be allowed to meet outside in parks or gardens on Monday. In Wales, people from two households can start meeting outside starting Monday, but they must stay in their local area.

In Northern Ireland, the government plans to allow small outdoor weddings on June 8.

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