The new restrictions, more powerful than the Declaration of England, prohibit Scottish people from visiting other families inside the home.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon the COVID-19 The sanctions will take effect tomorrow.
“We also want to introduce additional sanctions across the country, such as Northern Ireland, which is already located west of Scotland yesterday,” he said.
The first minister said the data showed that the system had reduced the spread of the virus in the west of Scotland and would reduce the hopeful spread of the virus to other parts of the country.
These changes only affect meetings in people’s homes, the rules for outdoor and public indoor meetings remain the same.
Those who live alone will be able to form extended families, and couples who do not live together, those who need child care and tradespool will be exempted from the arrangement.
However, the first prime minister announced that children under the age of 12 would be exempted from the six-person limit of two households when visiting outside and those between the ages of 12 and 18 would be able to achieve the six-person limit outside the six households.
Especially for teenagers, the first Prime Minister said: “I know how sad it is for you and you have been so patient.
“We’re trying to give you as much flexibility as possible. In return, please work with us and try your best to follow the rules for everyone.”
As the message is already in Scotland, anyone who can work from home should work from home.
And from Friday, pubs, bars and restaurants will be closed from 10pm.
But Miss Starzan said other restrictions would be inevitable if the face mask and social distance rules were not followed.
Ms Sturgeon said she wanted to keep schools and businesses as open as possible and would review all restrictions every three weeks.
It comes hours after Boris Johnson Announcement of further restrictions To deal with growth Coronavirus Case in England.
The Prime Minister announced that face masks would become mandatory for bar staff, shop workers, waiters and taxi drivers.
He added that the fine for not being able to wear a face mask would be raised to 200 200 and would be increased for customers when they do not sit at a table.