Clubbers glad to be back as Scotland’s night venues open after pandemic closures

Clubbers glad to be back as Scotland’s night venues open after pandemic closures

Scottish clubbers dance night away as venues reopen for first time in over a year

The Metro says: Clubbers in Scotland have returned to dancefloors for the first time in more than a year as the country’s coronavirus restrictions eased at midnight.

Revellers vowed to be ‘out every night’ after the country moved beyond Level 0, the lowest level of a five-tier system of restrictions.

In Glasgow, dancers were out in force at the Boteco Do Brasil club. Martin Stewart, 24, was among the crowd and said he was glad to be back.

‘It’s been a long wait – I’ll be out till closing,’ he said.


https://metro.co.uk/2021/08/09/scotland-clubbers-dance-night-away-as-venues-open-as-covid-rules-ease-15059858/

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