Coronavirus: High school pupils in Scotland to wear face coverings

Scottish secondary school pupils will have to wear face coverings in corridors, communal areas and school buses from next Monday.

Education Secretary John Swinney said the new guidance would apply to all pupils aged over 12.

He said the guidance would be updated based on new advice from the World Health Organization (WHO).

There will no requirement to wear face coverings in classrooms where social distancing measures are in place.

Pupils told BBC Scotland's The Nine programme how they felt about wearing face coverings in school.