What time can you buy alcohol?
In Scotland, alcohol can be sold between the hours of 10am and 10pm in supermarkets.
For 16 days, starting on Friday, October 16, all pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes must operate on a daytime-only basis, from 6am to 6pm.
They will only be allowed to serve food and non-alcoholic drinks, but can continue serving alcohol outdoors to the current 10pm curfew.
Unlike in England and Wales, there are no 24-hour alcohol sellers in Scotland.