Most of the Covid restrictions in Scotland will be lifted on เข้าเกมสล็อต when the country moves beyond the current level zero rules.
Physical distancing rules and the limits on gatherings will be removed, and all venues will be allowed to reopen.
There will also be changes to rules on self-isolation - but face coverings will still need to be worn in many public spaces, including schools.
What will happen on 9 August?
The restrictions on physical distancing and limits to the size of social gatherings will be removed, and nightclubs will be allowed to reopen.
Large-scale events will be able to resume - but organisers of outdoor events for more than 5,000 people and indoor events for more than 2,000 will have to apply for permission.
Indoor hospitality venues will still have to collect the contact details of customers to help with Test and Protect.
Close contacts of those who test positive for Covid will no longer have to automatically self-isolate - as long as two weeks have passed since they received their second dose of the vaccine, and they have no symptoms.
What about schools?
Pupils and teachers in secondary schools will continue to wear face coverings and the 1m social distancing rule will remain for at least six weeks.
But whole classes will no longer need to self-isolate when a pupil tests positive, with only the closest contacts of positive cases required to test and isolate.
All school staff and secondary school pupils will be asked to take a lateral flow test one or two days before they return to school for the new term.
They should then take them twice a week after that.