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Scotland's Covid self-isolation rules, when to get a test and when you are considered a 'close contact'

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Cases of coronavirus in Scotland reached a record high during this year's Christmas period, with over 15,000 new cases announced today.

This means that there are many of us self-isolating - whether we ourselves are infected or have been in contact with someone who has the virus during the festivities.Unfortunately, this year has seen lots of Scots forced to spend time away from loved ones - even during Christmas Day itself.But what are the current self-isolation rules in Scotland?

In Scotland, you are required to isolate if you have symptoms of coronavirus, have tested positive - whether that be via a lateral flow or a PCR test- you live with someone who has symptoms of the virus but has not yet received their results and also if you live

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