Coronavirus in Scotland: Boarded up during the lockdown

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image captionBars in the Grassmarket area of Edinburgh have closed

Pubs, hotels, shops and other businesses in Scotland have been boarded up after being forced to shut as part of the efforts to stop the spread of coronavirus. The security measures have been taken to try and prevent theft or damage from vandals.

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image captionThe wooden boards were also fitted to the Black Bull pub in the Grassmarket
image captionFisherman's Tavern is one of the pubs boarded up in Broughty Ferry...
image caption... along with the Post Office bar
image captionShops in Brook Street, Broughty Ferry, have also taken similar measures
image captionA number of bars and restaurants in the Shawlands area of Glasgow are also boarded up, including the Georgic on Kilmarnock Road.
image caption... as is Loks, which is located next to Pollok FC's stadium
image captionThe Palm Court Hotel in Aberdeen has also been boarded up
image captionThe boarded-up Balmoral hotel occupies a prominent location on Princes Street in Edinburgh
image captionThe Merlin bar is located in the Morningside area of Edinburgh

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