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PICTURES: Inverness drinkers enjoy first indoor pint as coronavirus restrictions are further eased with mainland Scotland moves to level two


By Ian Duncan

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Pubs and bars in Inverness were finally able to serve alcohol indoors today with the easing of the recent Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.

Regulars at the Nip Inn in Grant Street were quick to take advantage when the bar was open from 9am this morning.

First to enjoy a pint was customer Norman Berry who joined friends at the pub.

For details of what is allowed under level two restrictions visit here.


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