Before we end our live coverage today, a reminder of Sunday's main developments:
- From Monday, people will be allowed to exercise more than once a day in Scotland, but other lockdown restrictions remain in place.
- Nicola Sturgeon insists the advice in Scotland remains 'stay at home' despite a new 'stay alert' slogan introduced by the UK government.
- Boris Johnson, in an address to the nation, says people in England can spend more time outdoors from Wednesday and people who cannot work at home should return to workplaces but avoid public transport.
- The prime minister also outlined a new Covid Alert System with five levels, while also unveiling plans to reopen some schools, shops and public places "if the science supports it".
- Nicola Sturgeon said everything in Boris Johnson's statement, apart from possible quarantine measures at UK borders, applied to England and not the devolved nations.
- The first minister said it is incumbent on Mr Johnson to stress "a bit more strongly than he did tonight" that he is talking about England.
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