This guidance is for the Horticulture, Fruit and Vegetable sector. It comes into effect immediately and extends until further notice. Guidance will be reviewed on a regular basis in line with the regular three weekly review of lockdown requirements.

Social distancing guidance horticulture fruit vegetable sectors The Scottish Government 2020 DOWNLOAD

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