The Schools and Registered settings were able to reopen fully on 11 August 2020.It is mandatory for children aged 5 and above to wear face coverings in public including public transport. https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-phase-3-staying-safe-and-protecting-others/pages/face-coverings/Strategic Framework for Reopening:https://www.gov.scot/publications/excellent-equity-during-covid-19-pandemic-strategic-framework-reopening-schools-early-learning-childcare-provision-scotland/pages/7/Care Inspectorate COVID-19 Evaluation Tool:https://www.careinspectorate.com/index.php/coronavirus-professionals/inspection-during-covid-19https://www.parentclub.scot/topics/coronavirus/startbackhttps://www.gov.scot/coronavirus-covid-19/Organised activities for childrenOn 24 September 2020 the Scottish Government released guidance for the safe running of organised activities for children and young people. The guidance covers training, working environment, risk assessments, infection prevention and control, communication, next steps and questions and answers. On 5 October 2020 the Scottish Government released an updated section to the guidance which stated:• the maximum number of adults who can attend indoor mother and baby groups and associated organised activities at any one time can be set to 10: - Where all children in the group are less than 12 months old• Babies would not count for total numbers or households taking part. Siblings under 5 can also attend, where unavoidable, and would also not count towards household numbers.• For indoor activities for children aged over 12 months, the maximum number of adults remains at 5.